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Be a Robot! Robot Navigation Patterns in a Path Crossing Scenario

Abstract : In this paper we address the question how a human would expect a robot to move when a human is crossing its way. In particular we consider the problem that physical capabilities of robots differ from humans. In order to find out how humans expect a robot, with non humanlike capabilities, to move we designed and conducted a study were the participants steer the robot. We identified four motion patterns and our results show that driving straight towards the goal and stoping when a human might collide with the robot is the favored motion pattern.
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Christina Lichtenthäler, Annika Peters, Sascha Griffiths, Alexandra Kirsch. Be a Robot! Robot Navigation Patterns in a Path Crossing Scenario. Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction, 2013, Tokyo, Japan. ⟨hal-01684317⟩



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