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Needs and Research Directions in Human-Robot Interactive Systems

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Author(s)

V Lumelsky, Jean C. Scholtz

Abstract

The advantages of using robotic systems will only be realized if non-experts in robotics are able to use the systems. This paper outlines some directions needed for research in human-robot interaction (HRI).
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of Symposium on Human-Robot Interactions
Conference Dates
September 12, 2001
Conference Location
Madison, WI, US

Keywords

human-robot interaction, research directions, robotics

Citation

Lumelsky, V. and Scholtz, J. (2001), Needs and Research Directions in Human-Robot Interactive Systems, Proceedings of Symposium on Human-Robot Interactions, Madison, WI, US (Accessed July 14, 2024)

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Created September 11, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021