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Behavioral Implicit Communication for Human-Robot Interaction

@inproceedings{Giardini2004BehavioralIC,
  title={Behavioral Implicit Communication for Human-Robot Interaction},
  author={Francesca Giardini},
  year={2004}
}
In Human-Robot Interaction domain many solutions have been proposed in order to achieve a smooth and natural communication and interaction: speech and other kinds of language, as well as others human typical ways of communication, such as gestures and facial expressions. We argue that a very necessary and effective way of improving HRI, at least from a theoretical point of view, could be purposive mutual understanding, i.e. practical behaviors aimed to achieve a pragmatic goal as well as a… Expand
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