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This paper investigates human behavior around an interactive robot at a science museum. To develop a communication robot that works in daily environments, it is important to investigate the available information from a robot about people's behavior. Such information will enable the robot to predict people's behavior so that the robot can optimize its interactive behavior. We analyzed visitor behavior toward a simple interactive robot exhibited at a science museum in relation to information fromdoi:10.1145/1121241.1121282 dblp:conf/hri/NabeKHIKH06 fatcat:yczizf5blfhs7b63ltrqcdbxla