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Towards Legible Robot Navigation - How to Increase the Intend Expressiveness of Robot Navigation Behavior

Abstract : The work at hand addresses the question: How can we achieve legible robot navigation? To this end, we investigate current state-of-the-art assumptions and methods regarding legible robot navigation in order to propose key factors for the development of a legible robot navigation. We reviewed 18 articles regarding legible robot behavior and present the conclusions from our own research. We found three important factors for legible robot navigation: straight lines, stereo-typical motions and the use of additional gestures.
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Christina Lichtenthäler, Alexandra Kirsch. Towards Legible Robot Navigation - How to Increase the Intend Expressiveness of Robot Navigation Behavior. International Conference on Social Robotics - Workshop Embodied Communication of Goals and Intentions, 2013, Bristol, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01684307⟩

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