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RO-MAN 2004. 13th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE Catalog No.04TH8759)
To achieve natural human-robot interaction robots will need to distinguish humans from other parts of the environment. I n this paper we investigate how infrared sensors currently being used on a mobile robot can be used to distinguish human interaction. Different from previous work, that had been conducted under laboratory conditions involving selected children, the current study took place in noisy school environments with a mix of children. Also, while in previous work each child was onlydoi:10.1109/roman.2004.1374822 fatcat:kbvl6c7rnfhbhpy62gd3ph3oum