Affective State Recognition and Adaptation in Human-Robot Interaction: A Design Approach

@article{Liu2006AffectiveSR,
  title={Affective State Recognition and Adaptation in Human-Robot Interaction: A Design Approach},
  author={Changchun Liu and Pramila Rani and Nilanjan Sarkar},
  journal={2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2006},
  pages={3099-3106}
}
It is argued that a robotic system that is capable of implicit communication with a human and can modify its behavior appropriately based on such communication could be useful. This paper presents a closed loop human-robot interaction framework where the robot can recognize the affective state of the human implicitly and adapt to it appropriately. Affective cues are inferred by a robot in real-time using psychophysiological analysis where the physiological signals are measured through wearable… CONTINUE READING

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