That and There: Judging the Intent of Pointing Actions with Robotic Arms

@inproceedings{Alikhani2020ThatAT,
  title={That and There: Judging the Intent of Pointing Actions with Robotic Arms},
  author={Malihe Alikhani and Baber Khalid and Rahul Shome and Chaitanya Mitash and Kostas E. Bekris and Matthew Stone},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2020}
}
Collaborative robotics requires effective communication between a robot and a human partner. This work proposes a set of interpretive principles for how a robotic arm can use pointing actions to communicate task information to people by extending existing models from the related literature. These principles are evaluated through studies where English-speaking human subjects view animations of simulated robots instructing pick-and-place tasks. The evaluation distinguishes two classes of pointing… Expand
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