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An Affective Robot Guide to Museums

Vogiatzis, D. and Spyropoulos, C. and Konstantopoulos, S. and Karkaletsis, V. and Kasap, Z. and Matheson, C. and Deroo, O.


Abstract: The basic goal of human robot interaction is to establish an effective communication between the two parties. In particular, robot emotion, speech, and facial expressions determine the way humans regard the robot, and they are deemed as essential for a natural form of communication. Addressing those issues is the focal point of this paper, while as a testbed we deployed a robot in a museum, where it serves as a guide to visitors. Our aim is a system that exhibits basic rational and intelligent behaviour.


@inproceedings{502,
  booktitle = {Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Conversation},
  author = {Vogiatzis, D. and Spyropoulos, C. and Konstantopoulos, S. and Karkaletsis, V. and Kasap, Z. and Matheson, C. and Deroo, O.},
  title = {An Affective Robot Guide to Museums },
  month = oct,
  year = {2008},
  topic = {Personality and Emotion Simulation}
}