Effective learning system techniques for human-robot interaction in service environment

@article{Bien2007EffectiveLS,
  title={Effective learning system techniques for human-robot interaction in service environment},
  author={Z. Zenn Bien and Hyong-Euk Lee},
  journal={Knowl.-Based Syst.},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={439-456}
}
HRI (Human–Robot Interaction) is often frequent and intense in assistive service environment and it is known that realizing humanfriendly interaction is a very difficult task because of human presence as a subsystem of the interaction process. After briefly discussing typical HRI models and characteristics of human, we point out that learning aspect would play an important role for designing the interaction process of the human-in-the loop system. We then show that the soft computing toolbox… CONTINUE READING
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