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A Testbed for Adaptive Human-Robot Collaboration

Abstract : This paper presents a novel method for developing and evaluating intelligent robot behavior for joint human-robot activities. We extended a physical simulation of an autonomous robot to interact with a second, human-controlled agent as in a computer game. We have conducted a user study to demonstrate the viability of the approach for adaptive human-aware planning for collaborative everyday activities. The paper presents the details of our simulation and its control for human subjects as well as results of the user study.
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Alexandra Kirsch, Yuxiang Chen. A Testbed for Adaptive Human-Robot Collaboration. 33rd Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI 2010), 2010, Karlsruhe, Germany. ⟨hal-01405758⟩



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