Integrating Verbal and Nonverbal Communication in a Dynamic Neural Field Architecture for Human–Robot Interaction

@inproceedings{Bicho2010IntegratingVA,
  title={Integrating Verbal and Nonverbal Communication in a Dynamic Neural Field Architecture for Human–Robot Interaction},
  author={Estela Bicho and Luis Louro and Wolfram Erlhagen},
  booktitle={Front. Neurorobot.},
  year={2010}
}
How do humans coordinate their intentions, goals and motor behaviors when performing joint action tasks? Recent experimental evidence suggests that resonance processes in the observer's motor system are crucially involved in our ability to understand actions of others', to infer their goals and even to comprehend their action-related language. In this paper, we present a control architecture for human-robot collaboration that exploits this close perception-action linkage as a means to achieve… CONTINUE READING
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