A Computational Model of Human-Robot Spatial Interactions Based on a Qualitative Trajectory Calculus

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In this paper we propose a probabilistic sequential model of Human-Robot Spatial Interaction (HRSI) using a well-established Qualitative Trajectory Calculus (QTC) to encode HRSI between a human and a mobile robot in a meaningful, tractable, and systematic manner. Our key contribution is to utilise QTC as a state descriptor and model HRSI as a probabilistic… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/robotics4010063

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@article{Dondrup2015ACM, title={A Computational Model of Human-Robot Spatial Interactions Based on a Qualitative Trajectory Calculus}, author={Christian Dondrup and Nicola Bellotto and Marc Hanheide and Kerstin Eder and Ute Leonards}, journal={Robotics}, year={2015}, volume={4}, pages={63-102} }