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Human activity recognition is a key component for socially enabled robots to effectively and naturally interact with humans. In this paper we exploit the fact that many human activities produce characteristic sounds from which a robot can infer the corresponding actions. We propose a novel recognition approach called Non-Markovian Ensemble Voting (NEV) able(More)
The ability to act in a socially-aware way is a key skill for robots that share a space with humans. In this paper we address the problem of socially-aware navigation among people that meets objective criteria such as travel time or path length as well as subjective criteria such as social comfort. Opposed to model-based approaches typically taken in(More)
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