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Partner Orientation in Asymmetric Communication: Evidence from contingent robot response

@inproceedings{Fischer2014PartnerOI,
  title={Partner Orientation in Asymmetric Communication: Evidence from contingent robot response},
  author={K. Fischer and K. Lohan and Katharina J. Rohlfing and K. Foth},
  year={2014}
}
  • K. Fischer, K. Lohan, +1 author K. Foth
  • Published 2014
  • Economics
  • In this paper, we present evidence from empirical studies of human-robot interaction with different kinds of robot feedback, which suggests that speakers take their communication partners into account on the basis of partner models, which are constantly and concomitantly updated on the basis of the partner’s feedback. Thus, the partner’s contributions are not reacted to directly, but instead feed into a partner model, on the basis of which utterances are produced. 

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