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TitleCombining goal inference and natural-language dialogue for human-robot joint action
Author(s)Foster, Mary Ellen
Giuliani, Manuel
Müller, Thomas
Knoll, Alois
Erlhagen, Wolfram
Bicho, E.
Hipólito, Nzoji
Louro, Luís
KeywordsGoal inference
Natural-language dialogue
Human-robot interaction
Joint action
Issue dateJul-2008
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Abstract(s)We demonstrate how combining the reasoning components from two existing systems designed for human-robot joint action produces an integrated system with greater capabilities than either of the individual systems. One of the systems supports primarily non-verbal interaction and uses dynamic neural fields to infer the user’s goals and to suggest appropriate system responses; the other emphasises natural-language interaction and uses a dialogue manager to process user input and select appropriate system responses. Combining these two methods of reasoning results in a robot that is able to coordinate its actions with those of the user while employing a wide range of verbal and non-verbal communicative actions.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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