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Regulation and Entrainment in Human—Robot Interaction

Cynthia Breazeal
2002 The international journal of robotics research  
We present evidence for mutual regulation and entrainment of the interaction, and we discuss how this benefits the interaction as a whole.  ...  A critical capability of such robots is their ability to interact with humans, and in particular, untrained users.  ...  Acknowledgments Support for this research was provided by ONR and DARPA under MURI N00014-95-1-0600, by DARPA under contract DABT 63-99-1-0012, and by NTT.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0278364902021010096 fatcat:bkennwlf4rhunfb6yer7uwergq

Regulation and Entrainment in Human-Robot Interaction

Cynthia Breazeal
2002 The international journal of robotics research  
We present evidence for mutual regulation and entrainment of the interaction, and we discuss how this benefits the interaction as a whole.  ...  A critical capability of such robots is their ability to interact with humans, and in particular, untrained users.  ...  Acknowledgments Support for this research was provided by ONR and DARPA under MURI N00014-95-1-0600, by DARPA under contract DABT 63-99-1-0012, and by NTT.  ... 
doi:10.1177/027836402128964134 fatcat:tigvss7uffhatddqio72ndafxm

Regulation and Entrainment in Human-Robot Interaction [chapter]

Cynthia Breazeal
Experimental Robotics VII  
We present evidence for mutual regulation and entrainment of the interaction, and we discuss how this benefits the interaction as a whole.  ...  A critical capability of such robots is their ability to interact with humans, and in particular, untrained users.  ...  Acknowledgments Support for this research was provided by ONR and DARPA under MURI N00014-95-1-0600, by DARPA under contract DABT 63-99-1-0012, and by NTT.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45118-8_7 dblp:conf/iser/Breazeal00 fatcat:qih45aphjfevlmwxwjju6g63ci

HUMAN-ROBOT HANDSHAKING USING NEURAL OSCILLATORS

Minoru HASHIMOTO, Tomofumi KASUGA
2009 Kansei Engineering International  
In this study we propose a framework using neural oscillators for human-robot physical interaction such as "handshaking".  ...  In addition, the experiments with a joint torque sensing robot arm show that a handshake between a robot and a human being can be realized by the proposed method.  ...  This research seeks to apply a neural oscillator to a human-robot physical interaction in order to realize a natural interaction based on synchronization between human and robot motions.  ... 
doi:10.5057/er080404-1 fatcat:janzdibpvbaj5ko7i6bvdagghm

Ethics of Corporeal, Co-present Robots as Agents of Influence: a Review

AJung Moon, Shalaleh Rismani, H. F. Machiel Van der Loos
2021 Current Robotics Reports  
Recent work in human-robot interaction highlights the impact a robot's presence, capacity to touch, and move in our physical environment has on people, and helping to articulate the ethical issues particular  ...  to the design of interactive robotic systems.  ...  In an imitation game involving a NAO robot, Ansermin et al. observed that humans entrain to the rhythmic behavior of the robot unidirectionally and unintentionally [32] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43154-021-00053-6 fatcat:6szut754rjflrm2ydhgtzs46v4

Toward sociable robots

Cynthia Breazeal
2003 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
This paper explores the topic of social robots-the class of robots that people anthropomorphize in order to interact with them.  ...  From the diverse and growing number of applications for such robots, a few distinct modes of interaction are beginning to emerge.  ...  The author would like to give special thanks to Sherry Turkle of MIT's Science, Technology, and Society Department for our many useful and enjoyable conversations regarding human relationships with interactive  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0921-8890(02)00373-1 fatcat:6ttstp4er5gpjneir4xlxkqxve

Robotic Dance in Social Robotics—A Taxonomy

Hua Peng, Changle Zhou, Huosheng Hu, Fei Chao, Jing Li
2015 IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems  
Robotic dance is an important topic in the field of social robotics. Its research has a vital significance to both humans and robotics.  ...  Robotic dance is classified into four categories: cooperative human-robot dance, imitation of human dance motions, synchronization for music, and creation of robotic choreography.  ...  By the compatibility and variation of the defined entrainment factors, a long-term dance interaction between human and robot is built.  ... 
doi:10.1109/thms.2015.2393558 fatcat:zv5yzzr275b4fld2qmxbm6zrrq

Developmental robotics: a survey

Max Lungarella, Giorgio Metta, Rolf Pfeifer, Giulio Sandini
2003 Connection science  
Developmental robotics is an emerging field located at the intersection of robotics, cognitive science and developmental sciences.  ...  This paper elucidates the main reasons and key motivations behind the convergence of fields with seemingly disparate interests, and shows why developmental robotics might prove to be beneficial for all  ...  Rolf Pfeifer has greatly benefited from the project Explorations in Embodied Cognition , and by discussions with Gabriel Gomez and David Andel, who are sponsored by this project. Thanks  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540090310001655110 fatcat:u657nlgehzbtlazek5pcfydxf4

Expressing Robot's Mind by Human-like Motion
擬人化したモーションによるロボットのマインド表出

Kazuki Kobayashi, Seiji Yamada
2006 Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence  
We consider that human-like behavior of a robot causes a user to understand its internal state of mind easily. A small sweeping robot which performs "back-and-forth" motion is designed based on MO.  ...  In experiments, we compare the expressing by MO with sounding by a buzzer and lighting by a LED as conventional nonverbal expressing. We investigate effects on users' reaction for the sweeping robot.  ...  back-and- forth LED ♦ ♦ [Baron-Cohen 95] Baron-Cohen, S.: Mindblindness: An Es- say on Autism and Theory of Mind, MIT Press (1995) [Breazeal 02] Breazeal, C.: Regulation and entrainment for human-robot  ... 
doi:10.1527/tjsai.21.380 fatcat:lh7m4mwt3rft3ocnrm5upz6yme

A Recipe for Empathy

Angelica Lim, Hiroshi G. Okuno
2014 International Journal of Social Robotics  
To test our hypothesis, we implemented a robot called MEI (multimodal emotional intelligence) with these functions, and allowed it to interact with human caregivers using comfort and approval motherese  ...  Could a robot feel authentic empathy? What exactly is empathy, and why do most humans have it?  ...  Background and Challenges The Role of Empathy in Human-Robot Interaction In the field of human-robot interaction, researchers have demonstrated the benefits of empathy in robot behavior design.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-014-0262-y fatcat:hfwmzuypjbb53g5saf3gvzveh4

Computational Analysis and Simulation of Empathic Behaviors: a Survey of Empathy Modeling with Behavioral Signal Processing Framework

Bo Xiao, Zac E. Imel, Panayiotis Georgiou, David C. Atkins, Shrikanth S. Narayanan
2016 Current Psychiatry Reports  
Empathy is an important psychological process that facilitates human communication and interaction. Enhancement of empathy has profound significance in a range of applications.  ...  In this paper, we review emerging directions of research on computational analysis of empathy expression and perception as well as empathic interactions, including their simulation.  ...  human dyadic interactions in the future [70] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11920-016-0682-5 pmid:27017830 pmcid:PMC5405768 fatcat:gkjcrmnhyne4fhca5wl2jriuli

SBC for motion assist using neural oscillator

Xia Zhang, M. Hashimoto
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
A neural oscillator is used to accomplish synchronization and entrainment between periodic motions by the human and robot.  ...  The mutual joint torque between the human and robot is used as an external input signal for the neural oscillator, which generates the desired trajectory of a robot joint angle, so that the robot motion  ...  of entrained and synchronized motions between the human user and the assist suit.  ... 
doi:10.1109/robot.2009.5152411 dblp:conf/icra/ZhangH09 fatcat:mfa2pjqcivcfhggcdgigqfh3ye

Behaviour delay and robot expressiveness in child-robot interactions

Ben Robins, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Rene te Boekhorst, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv
2008 Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Human robot interaction - HRI '08  
This paper presents results of a novel study on interaction kinesics where 18 children interacted with a humanoid child-sized robot called KASPAR.  ...  Each child took part in six experimental trials involving two games in which the dynamics of interactions played a key part: a body expression imitation game, where the robot imitated expressions demonstrated  ...  The work described in this paper was conducted within the EU Integrated Project RobotCub ("Robotic Open-architecture Technology for Cognition, Understanding, and Behaviours") and was funded by the European  ... 
doi:10.1145/1349822.1349826 dblp:conf/hri/RobinsDBN08 fatcat:r7rkybvstnbofiftoi473u4mey

A dancing robot for rhythmic social interaction

Marek P. Michalowski, Selma Sabanovic, Hideki Kozima
2007 Proceeding of the ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction - HRI '07  
This paper describes a robotic system that uses dance as a form of social interaction to explore the properties and importance of rhythmic movement in general social interaction.  ...  The system was demonstrated, and an exploratory study conducted, with children interacting with the robot in a generalized dance task.  ...  in designing robots that interact socially with humans.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1228716.1228729 dblp:conf/hri/MichalowskiSK07 fatcat:c6xwqu4junh37acs7v4mcchchi

Stable and spontaneous self-assembly of a multi-robotic system by exploiting physical interaction between agents

Kazuya Suzuki, Tsunamichi Tsukidate, Masahiro Shimizu, Akio Ishiguro
2009 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
In this paper we validate proposed method by exploiting real physical robotic agents.  ...  While this remarkable phenomenon are not thoroughly understood in biology, the concept of self-assembly becomes undeniably indispensable also in artificial systems as they increase in size and complexity  ...  In order to achieve this goal, this study has focused on a mutual entrainment between nonlinear oscillators and a passive deformation mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2009.5354316 dblp:conf/iros/SuzukiTSI09 fatcat:d7xp6q47mbaijiylhjkhawaxhu
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