How humans behave and evaluate a social robot in real-environment settings


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Niculescu, Andreea and Dijk, Betsy van and Nijholt, Anton and See, Swan Lan and Li, Haizhou (2010) How humans behave and evaluate a social robot in real-environment settings. In: 28th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, ECCE 2010, 25-27 Aug 2010, Delft, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 351-352).

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Abstract:Behavioral analysis has proven to be an important method to study human-robot interaction in real-life environments providing highly relevant insights for developing new theoretical and practical models of appropriate social robot design. In this paper we describe our approach to study human-robot interaction by combining human behavioral analysis with robot evaluation results. The approach is exemplified by a case study performed with a social robot receptionist in real-life settings. Our preliminary results are encouraging, as many behavior categories could be successfully related to certain evaluation patterns. With our analysis we hope to add a useful contribution to social-robotic design concerning user modeling issues and evaluation predictions.
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