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2013 IEEE 3rd Portuguese Meeting in Bioengineering (ENBENG)
We present a control architecture for nonverbal HRI that allows an anthropomorphic assistant robot with a pro-active and anticipatory behaviour. The control architecture coordinates action and goal coordination between a motor impaired human and the robot as a dynamic process that combines contextual cues, shared task knowledge, and predicted outcomes of the human behaviour. The control architecture is formalized through a coupled system of dynamic neural fields, representing a distributeddoi:10.1109/enbeng.2013.6518438 fatcat:wdw3chniz5etllk2ujzaiassfa