Gracefully Mitigating Communication Protocol Reuse Breakdowns

@article{Khaoula2017GracefullyMC,
  title={Gracefully Mitigating Communication Protocol Reuse Breakdowns},
  author={Youssef Khaoula and Michio Okada},
  journal={J. Commun.},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={187-193}
}
In our current research, we assessed the feasibility of integrating a dual coded robot’s feedback. Dual coded feedback consists of the robot combining it visible behaviors (e.g.: the robot’s movement) with auditory icons which we refer to as Inarticulate Utterances (IUs). In our study, we investigate whether using dual coded robot’s feedback during the HumanRobot Interaction (HRI) may help maintaining the rules of interaction (protocol) that are previously established in an adaptive way between… 

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