Toward Integrating Natural-HRI into Spoken Dialog

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Abstract

This paper summarizes our previous works in modeling non-verbal behaviors for natural human-robot interaction (HRI) and discusses a path for integrating them into spoken dialogs. While some non-verbal behaviors can be considered “optional” elements to be added to a spoken dialog, some non-verbal behaviors substantially require a harmonized plan that simultaneously considers both spoken dialog and non-verbal behavior. The paper discusses such unique HRI features.

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  • AAAI Technical Report FS-10-05

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  • SGR: 79960110355
  • ISBN: 9781577354871
  • PUI: 362107550
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-79960110355

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  • Takayuki Kanda

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