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An efficient programming framework for socially assistive robots based on separation of robot behavior description from execution
2013 6th IEEE Conference on Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics (RAM)
One of the main challenges in socially assistive robotics is providing flexible and easy-to-use programming tools for users. Unlike other robots, designing socially assistive robots includes the subject-matter-experts (SMEs) from nonengineering disciplines. Therefore, the provided tools should be suitable for users with less programming experience. On the other hand, socially assistive robotic research involves field trials and user-centric studies, in which user and subject matter expertdoi:10.1109/ram.2013.6758575 dblp:conf/ram/JayawardenaKM13 fatcat:4ivyiwwyx5gedf3dtcc4lei7zi