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|Title:||Dynamic Communication of Humanoid Robot with Multiple People Based on Interaction Distance|
Okuno, Hiroshi G.
|Author's alias:||奥乃, 博|
distance based behavoir selection
|Publisher:||The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence|
|Journal title:||人工知能学会論文誌(Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence)|
|Abstract:||Research on human-robot interaction is getting an increasing amount of attention. Since most research has dealt with communication between one robot and one person, quite few researchers have studied communication between a robot and multiple people. This paper presents a method that enables robots to communicate with multiple people using the "selection priority of the interactive partner" based on the concept of Proxemics. In this method, a robot changes active sensory-motor modalities based on the interaction distance between itself and a person. Our method was implemented into a humanoid robot, SIG2. SIG2 has various sensory-motor modalities to interact with humans. A demonstration of SIG2 showed that our method selected an appropriate interaction partner during interaction with multiple people.|
|Rights:||© 2005 JSAI (The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence)|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal Articles|
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