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With the advances in robotic technology, research in human-robot collaboration (HRC) has gained in importance. For robots to interact with humans autonomously they need active decision making that takes human partners into account. However, state-of-the-art research in HRC does often assume a leader-follower division, in which one agent leads the interaction. We believe that this is caused by the lack of a reliable representation of the human and the environment to allow autonomous decisionarXiv:1705.10146v1 fatcat:skqfe6uxefhtvcd7lmzl7hyzvy