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An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot

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An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot. / Asghari Oskoei, Mohammedreza; Walters, Michael; Dautenhahn, K.

Proceedings of the AISB 2010 Symposium on New Frontiers for Human Robot Interaction. AISB, 2010. p. 9-15.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Asghari Oskoei, M, Walters, M & Dautenhahn, K 2010, An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot. in Proceedings of the AISB 2010 Symposium on New Frontiers for Human Robot Interaction. AISB, pp. 9-15.

APA

Asghari Oskoei, M., Walters, M., & Dautenhahn, K. (2010). An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot. In Proceedings of the AISB 2010 Symposium on New Frontiers for Human Robot Interaction (pp. 9-15). AISB.

Vancouver

Asghari Oskoei M, Walters M, Dautenhahn K. An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot. In Proceedings of the AISB 2010 Symposium on New Frontiers for Human Robot Interaction. AISB. 2010. p. 9-15

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Asghari Oskoei, Mohammedreza ; Walters, Michael ; Dautenhahn, K. / An Autonomous Proxemic System for a Mobile Companion Robot. Proceedings of the AISB 2010 Symposium on New Frontiers for Human Robot Interaction. AISB, 2010. pp. 9-15

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