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IEEE International Conference on Robotics, Intelligent Systems and Signal Processing, 2003. Proceedings. 2003
This paper reports about an experiment addressing different modes of natural language instructions in spatial human-robot interaction. The experimental setting involves a mobile robot equipped with an elementary dialogue system and human users unfamiliar with it who are required to achieve joint spatial reference with the robot either in spoken or in written mode. In addition, the robot's output is varied between an initial scene description (indicating the robot's conceptual and linguisticdoi:10.1109/rissp.2003.1285546 fatcat:m7gmzwdx65cpfd5snyx573zuei