Nicholas H. Müller

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The operation of an airline is a very complex task and disruptions to the planned operation can occur on very short notice. Already a small disruption like a delay of some minutes can cost the airline a tremendous amount of money. Hence, it is crucial to proactively control all operations of the airline and efficiently prioritize and handle disruptions. Due(More)
The development of pedagogical agents has been focused on the empirical relevance of outward appearance and the voiced conveyance of information. Rather than following these steps of analysing agents' looks, the following paper is focused on having pedagogical agents function proactively in regard to the environment the learner is situated in. This means(More)
We have established an emotional model to enhance a virtual worker simulation, which could be also used to support robots in a joined human-robot work-task inside an industrial setting. The robot is able to understand people's individual and specific knowledge as well as capabilities, which are ultimately linked to an emotional consequence. As a result, the(More)
We developed an emotional model, which could help supporting robots to accommodate humans during a working task inside an industrial setting. The robot would recognize when a human is experiencing increased stress and decides whether it should assist the human or should do other tasks. We propose the model as a framework which was developed as part of "The(More)
Within the framework of the project ‘The Smart Virtual Worker’ we put forward a sound and functioning emotional model which adequately simulates a worker’s emotional feelings throughout a typical task in an industrial setting. We restricted the model to represent the basic emotions by Ekman and focused on the implementation of ‘joy’ and ‘anger’. Since(More)