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Core Elements of Social Interaction for Constructive Human-Robot Interaction

@article{Ligthart2021CoreEO,
  title={Core Elements of Social Interaction for Constructive Human-Robot Interaction},
  author={Mike Ligthart and Mark A. Neerincx and Koen V. Hindriks},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.04054}
}
We present a discovery-based, first version, explicit model of social interaction that provides a basis for measuring the quality of interaction of a human user with a social robot. The two core elements of the social interaction model are engagement and co-regulation. Engagement emphasizes the qualitative nature of social interaction and the fact that a user needs to be drawn into the interaction with the robot. Co-regulation emphasizes the interaction process and the fact that a user and a… 

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