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Legibility of Robot Behavior : A Literature Review

Abstract : The objective of the work at hand is to give an overview of the work done so far regarding legible robot behavior. Legibility roughly means that a person intuitively understands the intentions of a robot. To this end, we systematically reviewed 32 articles published in the primary HRI publication venues. The purpose of the following review is to answer the questions: How do other researchers define legibility?, How can legibility be measured? How can one implement legible robot behavior?, and Which factors are correlated with legibility?
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Submitted on : Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 8:48:27 AM
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Christina Lichtenthäler, Alexandra Kirsch. Legibility of Robot Behavior : A Literature Review. 2016. ⟨hal-01306977⟩



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