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Human-Aware Robot Navigation: A Survey

Abstract : Navigation is a basic skill for autonomous robots. In the last years human-robot interaction has become an important research field that spans all of the robot capabilities including perception, reasoning, learning, manipulation and navigation. For navigation, the presence of humans requires novel approaches that take into account the constraints of human comfort as well as social rules. Besides these constraints, putting robots among humans opens new interaction possibilities for robots, also for navigation tasks, such as robot guides. This paper provides a survey of existing approaches to human-aware navigation and offers a general classification scheme for the presented methods.
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Thibault Kruse, Amit Pandey, Rachid Alami, Alexandra Kirsch. Human-Aware Robot Navigation: A Survey. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Elsevier, 2013, 61 (12), pp.1726-1743. ⟨hal-01684295⟩



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