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The Role of Autonomy and Interaction Type on Spatial Comfort in an HRI Scenario. / Syrdal, D.S.; Walters, M.L.; Koay, K.L.; Dautenhahn, K.

University of Hertfordshire, 2008.

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title = "The Role of Autonomy and Interaction Type on Spatial Comfort in an HRI Scenario",
abstract = "This extended abstract presents findings from a live HRI study carried out in the UH robot house. The participants (33 in total) were approached by a robot for 3 different interaction types and the amount of control the participant had over the robot's approach was varied. This study focuses on the participant post-experimental evaluation of their comfort with the robots approaches in these different scenarios. The results--indicate that both the degree of control and the purpose of the interaction independently influence how comfortable participants were with the spatial behaviour of the robot.",
author = "D.S. Syrdal and M.L. Walters and K.L. Koay and K. Dautenhahn",
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AU - Koay, K.L.

AU - Dautenhahn, K.

PY - 2008

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N2 - This extended abstract presents findings from a live HRI study carried out in the UH robot house. The participants (33 in total) were approached by a robot for 3 different interaction types and the amount of control the participant had over the robot's approach was varied. This study focuses on the participant post-experimental evaluation of their comfort with the robots approaches in these different scenarios. The results--indicate that both the degree of control and the purpose of the interaction independently influence how comfortable participants were with the spatial behaviour of the robot.

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M3 - Other report

BT - The Role of Autonomy and Interaction Type on Spatial Comfort in an HRI Scenario

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