Humanoid Interfaces


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ARI (Augmented Reality Interface) | Brain-Computer Interface Games 2017 | Conversational Interface & Dialog Systems 2017 | Extended Reality & Voice User Interface 2017 | Integration User Interface | Natural Language Interface


How to address smart homes with a social robot? A multi-modal corpus of user interactions with an intelligent environment
P Holthaus, C Leichsenring, J Bernotat… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
… user interactions with an intelligent apartment. Besides offering various interactive capabilities itself, the apartment is also inhabited by a social robot that is available as a humanoid interface. This paper presents a multi-modal …

4th workshop on eye gaze in intelligent human machine interaction: eye gaze and multimodality
YI Nakano, K Jokinen, HH Huang – Proceedings of the 14th ACM …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… The first workshop held at IUI 2010 [1] addressed issues of eye- tracking technologies, analyses of human eye-gaze behaviors, multimodal interpretation, user interfaces using an eye-tracker, and presenting gaze behaviors in humanoid interfaces …

Evaluating anthropomorphic product recommendation agents: A social relationship perspective to designing information systems
L Qiu, I Benbasat – Journal of Management Information Systems, 2009 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. Journal of Management Information Systems / Spring 2009, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 145–181. © 2009 ME Sharpe, Inc. 0742–1222 / 2009 $9.50 + 0.00. DOI 10.2753/MIS0742-1222250405 Evaluating Anthropomorphic Product Recommendation Agents: A Social …

Eye gaze in intelligent user interfaces: gaze-based analyses, models and applications
YI Nakano, C Conati, T Bader – 2013 – Springer
… workshop has continued to explore this important topic and covers a wider range of topics, including eye-tracking technologies, analyses of human eye-gaze behaviors, multimodal interpretation, gaze-based interactive IUIs, and presenting gaze behaviors in humanoid interfaces …

Observing human movements to construct a humanoid interface
Y Ariki, T Inamura, J Morimoto – Humanoid Robots (Humanoids …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
We introduce a novel approach to learn a humanoid interface by using observed human behaviors. We propose using the observed human movements to extract task-relevant degrees-of-freedoms (DOFs) so that we can construct the humanoid interface to generate …

Greta: Towards an interactive conversational virtual companion
E Bevacqua, K Prepin, R Niewiadomski… – … : perspectives on the …, 2010 – academia.edu
… communication that characterizes human conversation. The recent technological progress has made the creation of this type of humanoid interfaces, called Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs), possible. An ECA is a computer …

Sparsely extracting stored movements to construct interfaces for humanoid end-effector control
Y Ariki, T Inamura, S Ikeda, J Morimoto – Robotics and Biomimetics …, 2015 – cns.atr.jp
… In Section IV, we show our experimental results using the simulations and a real humanoid robot. We also present control performances with a designed humanoid interface, which we compare with a standard task-space control interface …

Zinc oxide nanowire-based pressure and temperature sensor
KH Lee, M Sim, M Ryu, JH Shin, JE Jang… – … (IEEE-NANO), 2015 …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Especially, mimicking the sensing capabilities of human skins for the variety of applications including prosthetic limbs, robotics, electronic wearable electronic skins and humanoid interfaces have recently drawn much attention. Electronic skin (e-skin) aims …

Virtual assistants support customer relations and business processes
K Kuligowska, M Lasek – The 10th International Conference on …, 2011 – wne.kuligowska.com
Page 1. Karolina Kuligowska Dr., Department of Information Systems and Economic Analysis, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, kkuligowska@wne. uw.edu.pl Miros?awa Lasek Prof., Department of Information …

Avlaughtercycle
J Urbain, R Niewiadomski, E Bevacqua, T Dutoit… – Journal on Multimodal …, 2010 – Springer
… The articulatory system gave better results, but they were still evaluated as significantly less natural than human laughs. The recent technological progress has made the cre- ation of a humanoid interface to computer systems pos- sible …

2nd workshop on eye gaze in intelligent human machine interaction
Y Nakano, C Conati, T Bader – … of the 16th international conference on …, 2011 – dl.acm.org
… the first eye-gaze workshop held at IUI 2010[1], which addressed issues of eye-tracking technologies, analyses of human eye-gaze behaviors, multimodal interpretation, user interfaces using an eye-tracker, and presenting gaze behaviors in humanoid interfaces, this workshop …

Teleoperation from Mars orbit: A proposal for human exploration
GA Landis – Acta Astronautica, 2008 – Elsevier
… Tools for human telepresence in orbit are already being developed, such as the “Robonaut” [11,12] shown in Fig. 2. The concept uses a humanoid interface, allowing the operator to use the telerobot in the same way that the human body operates …

Robot intelligence technology and applications 2012: an edition of the presented papers from the 1st international conference on robot intelligence …
JH Kim, ET Matson, H Myung, P Xu – 2013 – books.google.com
… Method in a 3-D space….. 273 In-Bae Jeong, Jong-Hwan Kim Humanoid Interface for Artificially Intelligent Role-Based Game Playing….. 283 Lisa J. Golden, Zachary …

AVLaughterCycle: An audiovisual laughing machine
J Urbain, E Bevacqua, T Dutoit, A Moinet… – Proceedings of the 5th …, 2009 – academia.edu
… and entertaining people from all over the world through the universal signal of laughter are also successful, like the World Laughter Day or the Skype Laughter Chain [1]. In addition, the recent technological progress made the creation of a humanoid interface to computer …

User Interface for Interaction with a Virtual and Real Humanoid Robot
V Nunez, U Zaldivar, D Rodriguez… – XIII Congreso …, 2011 – sistemanodalsinaloa.gob.mx
… and feet. It is convenient to easily highlight some interesting aspects of the robot via its virtual visualization. The Edit virtual robot Tab of Humanoid Interface shown in Figure 9 covers this. Fig. 8 Frames of the virtual robot. Fig. 9 Edit Virtual Robot. Page 15 …

Biomimetic eye-neck coordination
M Lopes, A Bernardino, J Santos-Victor… – … and Learning, 2009 …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Instead we intend to model the behavior of biological gaze control systems as observed by an external agent. For the design of human-humanoid interfaces, it is the external robot behavior that influences human perception, rather than the driving internal models …

ChibiFace: A sensor-rich Android tablet-based interface for industrial robotics
B Nurimbetov, A Saudabayev… – … (SII), 2015 IEEE …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… C. Humanoid Interface Design Chibi is the Japanese slang word which can be translated as “little, but rather cute.” Chibi is the anime and manga drawing style, which is identified by deformed character depiction (eg, oversized head) or drawing a character’s childish version …

Web-based e-learning and virtual lab of human–artificial immune system
T Gong, Y Ding, Q Xiong – Pak. J. Pharm. Sci, 2014 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… knowledge according to their own learning progresses. The virtual teaching assistant is the humanoid interface between the web-based immune e-learning system and the graduate students. This virtual teaching assistant has the …

Using 3d virtual agents to improve the autonomy and quality of life of elderly people
P Garrido, A Sanchez, FJ Martinez… – Ambient Intelligence …, 2013 – Springer
… The prototype developed covers all of these factors, as follows: (i) as for health, it reminds users their daily intake of medication, and manages their weekly pill box, (ii) regarding psychological welfare, users interact with a ”humanoid” interface through voice, (iii) as for physical …

The design of interactive conversation agents
OS Goh, CC Fung – WSEAS Transactions on …, 2008 – researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au
… Providing CAs with knowledge, intelligence and humanoid interface has allowed them to be used in several practical applications. This paper presented the development and its performance of the interactive CAs called Artificial Intelligent Natural- language Identity or AINI …

Humanoid path planning from hri perspective: A scalable approach via waypoints with a time index
SH Ryu, Y Kang, SJ Kim, K Lee… – IEEE transactions on …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… j). B. Experimental Result 1) HIL Validation: As a prestage of real implementation, a hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) validation [27], [28] has been performed using a direct humanoid interface module called IHC [29]. This validation …

An Embedded System for Tracking Human Motion and Humanoid Interfaces
MJ Tsai, HW Lee, TN Chau, CH Chao – International Journal of …, 2012 – ausmt.org
The aim of this research is using embedded CPU to develop a human motion tracking system and construct a motion replication interface for a humanoid robot. In the motion tracking system, we use a CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic Device) which is built in a …

Humanoid Interface for Artificially Intelligent Role-Based Game Playing
LJ Golden, ZT Golden, JM McAtee… – … and Applications 2012, 2013 – Springer
Innovations of technology can change the way humans interact with their world. The demand for robotic technology is not exclusively influenced by the component specifications of what a robot is built of, but instead driven by the applications and potential of a robot …

Generating iconic gestures based on graphic data analysis and clustering
Y Kadono, Y Takase, YI Nakano – The Eleventh ACM/IEEE International …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… Abstract— Gesture generation is one of the most important tasks in humanoid interfaces because hand gestures by humanoid robots and animated agents are useful in improving the comprehensibility of conversation content …

Survey Regarding The Communication Between A Human And A Humanoid Robot
E Mogo?, L Dumitriu – Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati …, 2018 – ann.ugal.ro
… 21 the same with what it is expressed in words and it is created by the electrical current passing through the hardware device. The best example of the human-humanoid interface is the assisted communication tutoring through the music …

Humanoid robots: will they ever be able to become like us, and if so, do we want this to happen?
B Schnieders – 2011 – airesearch.de
… therapy. [8][15] The goal is to create a user in- terface that acts like a human, reducing human-machine-interaction to human interaction. 5 Designing humanoid interfaces faces one major problem: the uncanny val- ley. When …

Evaluation of recent game interfaces for the command of a humanoid robot
D Aragao – fenix.tecnico.ulisboa.pt
… VI. CONCLUSION The motivational question for this work was “how can novel gaming interfaces compare as a humanoid interface?”. The answer was explored through an evaluation made where several interfaces were used with the same goal so that their performance could …

A Review of Humanoid Robots Technical Characteristics in the Application for Robotic Teacher.
N Blar, FA Jafar, SA Idris… – Applied Mechanics & …, 2015 – search.ebscohost.com
… According to Kawamura et al. [2], there are three aspects in human-humanoid interface: physical, sensory, and cognitive. Applied Mechanics and Materials Vol 761 (2015) pp 158-162 Submitted: 2014-11-19 © (2015) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland Accepted: 2014-11-20 …

Gaze-in 2014: the 7th Workshop on Eye Gaze in Intelligent Human Machine Interaction
HH Huang, R Bednarik, K Jokinen… – Proceedings of the 16th …, 2014 – infomus.org
… This year’s workshop continues in these lines and explore the growing area of gaze in intelligent interaction research by bringing together researchers from domains of human sensing, multimodal processing, humanoid interfaces, intelligent user interfaces, and communication …

SPECIAL ISSUE: Intelligent Robotics (1/2)
YH Liu – International Journal of Automation and Smart …, 2012 – ausmt.org
… The paper entitled “An Embedded System for Tracking Human Motion and Humanoid Interfaces” co-authored by Ming-June Tsai, Hung-Wen Lee, Trinh-Ngoc Chau, and Chia-Hong Chao, proposed a human motion tracking system and constructed a motion replication interface …

Smartphone-based Home Robotics
L Jibawi, S Said, K Tadakuma… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2018 – arxiv.org
… Signaling future motion through gaze lowers the risk of a fortuitous collision with the human operator [3]. Humanoids are also used in the fields of therapeutics (to treat autism) and in social robotics, to name a few. The benefits of using a humanoid interface are multiple …

Invariant Problem Understanding For Structural Engineers
M VAN DE RUITENBEEK, Y KER-WEI, F LEON – researchgate.net
… Our approach attempts to fill the gap between a structural engineer and his engineering tools. These tools will be more accessable through humanoid interfaces (visual and audio). In addition they can learn & apply invariant representations such as knowledge and emotions …

UMA-P: Smart Bike Interaction that Adapts to Environment, User Habits and Companions
J Du, R Luo, M Zou, Y Shen, Y Yang – International Conference on …, 2018 – Springer
… bike. They also made use of the information provided by the light animations. The pilot user test also provided us design insights that we need to create a more humanoid interface for users to feel playful during their biking. The …

Estimating a user’s conversational engagement based on head pose information
R Ooko, R Ishii, YI Nakano – International Workshop on Intelligent Virtual …, 2011 – Springer
… Studies on virtual agents and communication robots have revealed that conversational engagement is fundamental to communication between human users and humanoid interfaces [1, 2]. By engagement, we refer to “the process by which two (or more) participants establish …

Exploiting model-based techniques for
T Griffiths, J McKirdy, P Barclay, R Cooper… – … Database Systems 4 …, 2013 – books.google.com
… Application Presentation Semantics#—-Model Design Design—#– Manipulation Specification | V ncing Action Seque Side-effects Specification Specification Figure 7. The HUMANOID Interface Development Methodology Methodology Figure 7 shows that HUMANOID’s …

Touch-triggered withdrawal reflexes for safer robots
TS Dahl, EAR Swere, A Palmer – New Frontiers in Human-Robot …, 2011 – books.google.com
… al., 2006) they have separated the hardware from higher level application by pre- senting a well defined interface to the hardware in terms of YARP modules for the head, arms, legs, etc. This work will abstract the iCub interface further to create a standard humanoid interface …

Midas touch-chunking information on a robotic user interface using spatial and functional metaphor
SC Kim, S Koo, DS Kwon – … , 2009. RO-MAN 2009. The 18th …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… A Robotic User Interface (RUI) is not only an interface for a robot but is also an interface that itself has robot features [2]. Shimizu defined an RUI as a device that has three features: a portable humanoid interface, an intuitive interaction method, and (various) haptic display [19] …

PHD Thesis: Investigating Perceptual Features For a Natural Human Humanoid Robot Interaction Inside a Spontaneous Setting
M Giardina – iris.unipa.it
… Since robots have become part of human life, several studies have been done with the aim of discovering salient social rules at the basis of the collaboration between human beings and humanoid robot (Human Humanoid Interface – HHI)(Sorbello et al., 2014), (Pereira et al …

GRETA: Towards an Interactive Conversational Virtual Companion
K Prepin, R Niewiadomski, E de Sevin, C Pelachaud – academia.edu
… communication that characterizes human conversation. The recent technological progress has made the creation of this type of humanoid interfaces, called Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs), possible. An ECA is a computer …

Generating robot gaze on the basis of participation roles and dominance estimation in multiparty interaction
YI Nakano, T Yoshino, M Yatsushiro… – ACM Transactions on …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… If the system can perceive the group dynamics of a given group based on the dominance of each partici- pant, the system can exploit such information to determine appropriate conversational behaviors by humanoid interfaces. 2.3 …

Estimating user’s engagement from eye-gaze behaviors in human-agent conversations
YI Nakano, R Ishii – Proceedings of the 15th international conference on …, 2010 – dl.acm.org
… INTRODUCTION Recent studies on virtual agents and communication robots have revealed that conversational engagement is fundamental and indispensable in communication between human users and humanoid interfaces [1, 2]. By engagement, we refer to “the process by …

The persuasiveness of humanlike computer interfaces varies more through narrative characterization than through the uncanny valley
H Patel – 2015 – scholarworks.iupui.edu
Page 1. THE PERSUASIVENESS OF HUMANLIKE COMPUTER INTERFACES VARIES MORE THROUGH NARRATIVE CHARACTERIZATION THAN THROUGH THE UNCANNY VALLEY Himalaya Patel Submitted to the faculty …

Humanoid robot control using depth camera
HB Suay, S Chernova – Proceedings of the 6th international conference …, 2011 – dl.acm.org

Psychological tactile sensor structure based on piezoelectric sensor arrays
M Sim, Y Jeong, K Lee, K Shin, H Park… – … (WHC), 2017 IEEE, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… High pressure can be categorized as painful sense, detection of this signal is meaningful for the tactile sensor. Another pain sense can be the burning-hot temperature that can cause severe damage to the humanoid interface. Fig …

Inertial sensor-based touch and shake metaphor for expressive control of 3D virtual avatars
S Patil, HR Chintalapalli, D Kim, Y Chai – Sensors, 2015 – mdpi.com
… In daily life, the use of human gestures to communicate and control interactive applications such as computer games and humanoid interfaces in virtual environments is increasing. Gestural interfaces enable users to naturally interact with the virtual environment …

Standardization in virtual worlds: Prevention of false hope and undue fear
M Otte, JF Hoorn – 2009 – dare.ubvu.vu.nl
… When the user makes mistakes above an empirical threshold value, the humanoid interface could morph back into dissimilarity. If the error rates decrease, the face of the user is once again morphed with the face of the embodied agent …

Object tagging for human-robot interaction by recolorization using gaussian mixture models
M González-Fierro, MA Maldonado… – … of Robocity2030 12th …, 2013 – researchgate.net
… IEEE International Conference on (pp. 1432-1435). IEEE. P.Pierro; D.Hernandez; MGFierro; C.Balaguer. L. Blasi; A. Milani. A human-humanoid interface for collaborative tasks. Second workshop for young researchers on Human-friendly robotics. Sestri Levante. Italy. Dec, 2009 …

Mobile A2K: Resources, Interfaces and Contents on Urban Transformations
LC Visiva – mobilea2k.supsi.ch
Page 1. University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland Department for Environment Constructions and Design Laboratory of Visual Culture Mobile A2K: Resources, Interfaces and Contents on Urban Transformations Conference Proceedings …

Communicating emotional states with the Greta agent
R Niewiadomski, M Mancini, S Hyniewska… – A Blueprint for …, 2010 – books.google.com
Chapter 5.5 Communicating emotional states with the Greta agent1 Rados?aw Niewiadomski, Maurizio Mancini, Sylwia Hyniewska, and Catherine Pelachaud Summary Recent technological progress has made the creation of a humanoid interface to computer systems possible …

“May I help You?” Increasing Trust in Cloud Computing Providers through Social Presence and the Reduction of Information Overload
N Walter, A Öksüz, M Walterbusch, F Teuteberg… – 2014 – aisel.aisnet.org
… Even with the additional humanoid interface, ie, a SRA, this functionality does not change … Social Presence A SRA is a recommendation agent with a humanoid interface that assists users in information filtering and decision-making (Hess et al. 2009; Wang and Benbasat 2005) …

Avatar-mediated networking: Increasing social presence and interpersonal trust in net-based collaborations
G Bente, S Rüggenberg, NC Krämer… – Human …, 2008 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. This study analyzes the influence of avatars on social presence, interpersonal trust, perceived communication quality, nonverbal behavior, and visual.

Computational model of listener behavior for embodied conversational agents
E Bevacqua – 2010 – books.google.com
… Called Embodied Conversa- tional Agents (ECAs), these humanoid interfaces can be able, on the one hand, to simulate human verbal and non-verbal behavior (like speaking in natural language, performing ges- tures, displaying facial expressions, shifting their gaze and …

Distributed E-learning Based on SOA
K Bahrami, B Daemi, M Abedi – E-learning, 2010 – intechopen.com
… 10.3. making interactive intelligent humanoid interface for course presentation An interactive intelligent human user interface is a good choice for course presenter. The idea that is behind Chatbots like Alice and Ellen could be very useful for this user interface …

Smart tourist information points by combining agents, semantics and AI techniques
P Garrido, FJ Seron, J Barrachina, FJ Martinez – 2017 – zaguan.unizar.es
… Our system is able to inform users about tourism issues, as well as to suggest addi- tional related information, allowing them to get more information. Tourists are able to directly talk with a humanoid interface, making communication much more natural and closer …

Realizing the Agent Interface
C Draude – Computing Bodies, 2017 – Springer
… system. The conversation metaphor is thus taken literally. As Nicole Krämer et al. state: “The metaphor of the dialog partner experiences a particular implementation in the context of so-called ‘humanoid interface agents’. Here …

Framework for visual analysis of user behaviour in ambient intelligence environment
I Maly, J Curin, P Slavik, J Kleindienst – Ambient Intelligence, 2010 – intechopen.com
… www.intechopen.com Page 21. Ambient Intelligence 104 • Talking Head actuator giving audio/visual feedback to the inhabitant. It serves as a communication channel from the Netcarity server and as a humanoid interface to

Distributed E ? learning Based on SOA
K Bahrami, B Daemi, M Abedi – cdn.intechweb.org
… 10.3. making interactive intelligent humanoid interface for course presentation An interactive intelligent human user interface is a good choice for course presenter. The idea that is behind Chatbots like Alice and Ellen could be very useful for this user interface …

Rise of the humanbot
R Sole – arXiv preprint arXiv:1705.05935, 2017 – arxiv.org
… Robots capable of identifying the needs of their human partners can be helpful even if not emotionally engaged, while robots with a large amount of available data sets can be interesting as expert systems with user- friendly (humanoid) interfaces …

Gaze awareness in conversational agents: Estimating a user’s conversational engagement from eye gaze
R Ishii, YI Nakano, T Nishida – ACM Transactions on Interactive …, 2013 – dl.acm.org
… Recent studies on virtual agents and communication robots have revealed that con- versational engagement is fundamental and indispensable in communication between human users and humanoid interfaces [Peters 2005; Sidner et al. 2005] …

Neural Network for Large-Scale Problems, with Application to Human Motion
M Bataineh, T Marler – Journal of Computer Science, 2016 – cosmosscholars.com
… There is minimal work that targets increased accuracy with limited available data. With respect to the use of ANNs in applications related to motion prediction, recent advancements have been achieved in machines and humanoid interfaces [20-23] …

Is a profile worth a thousand words? How online support-seeker’s profile features may influence the quality of received support messages
B Feng, S Li, N Li – Communication Research, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
Although there is an increasing amount of research on support-seeking in cyberspace, very little is known about what features of online support-seeking can enha…

Evolutionary, Unconscious Design Support for the Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industry
HKM Van de Ruitenbeek – 2012 – letsconstruct.nl
… Introducing a new socio-evolutionary standard at this point would viol- ate the CAS principle that new imposed standards are unlikely to remain unchanged. Enterprises rather should create competing socio-evolutionary systems together with humanoid interfaces …

Adding Communicative and Affective Strategies to an Embodied Conversational Agent to Enhance Second Language Learners’ Willingness to Communicate
E Ayedoun, Y Hayashi, K Seta – International Journal of Artificial …, 2018 – Springer
… Recent technological progress has led to the appearance of humanoid interfaces, or embodied conversational agents (ECAs). An ECA is a computer-generated animated character that can carry on natural, human-like communication with users (Cassell et al. 2000) …

Embodied agents from a user’s perspective
HC van Vugt – 2008 – dare.ubvu.vu.nl
… Page 12. 6 embodied agents than with non-humanoid interfaces: one study found that a pic- ture of a pair of eyes near a coffee machine where people had to leave money in a so called ‘honesty box’ tripled the amount of money collected (Bateson et al., 2006) …

The lights in the tunnel: Automation, accelerating technology and the economy of the future
MR Ford – 2009 – books.google.com
Page 1. The lights in the Tunnel Automation. Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future MARTIN FORD Page 2. THE LIGHTS IN THE TUNNEL Page 3. Page 4. THE LIGHTS IN THE TUNNEL AUTOMATION, ACCELERATING …

Converting decoded sub-band signal into a stereo signal.
EGP Schuijers, E Gosuinus – Acoustical Society of America …, 2013 – researchgate.net
Find researchers and browse publications, full-texts, contact details and general information related to the Philips Research at Philips.

How social context cues in online support-seeking influence self-disclosure in support provision
S Li, B Feng, N Li, X Tan – Communication Quarterly, 2015 – Taylor & Francis
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A method for the user centered and model-based development of interactive applications.
S Feuerstack – 2008 – d-nb.info
Page 1. A Method for the User-centered and Model-based Development of Interactive Applications vorgelegt von Diplom-Informatiker Sebastian Feuerstack Von der Fakultät IV Elektrotechnik und Informatik der Technischen …

Design and Analysis of Social Interaction in Virtual Meeting
H Nakanishi – self – core.ac.uk
Page 1. Title Design and Analysis of Social Interaction in Virtual Meeting Space( Dissertation_?? ) Author(s) Nakanishi, Hideyuki Citation Kyoto University (????) Issue Date 2001-03-23 URL http://dx.doi.org/10.11501/3183652 Right Type Thesis or Dissertation …

Not just a pretty (inter) face: A critical analysis of Microsoft’s’ Ms. Dewey’
M Sweeney – 2014 – ideals.illinois.edu
Page 1. © 2013 Miriam E. Sweeney Page 2. NOT JUST A PRETTY (INTER)FACE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MICROSOFT’S ‘MS. DEWEY’ BY MIRIAM E. SWEENEY DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements …

Real virtuality: a code of ethical conduct. Recommendations for good scientific practice and the consumers of VR-technology
M Madary, TK Metzinger – Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 2016 – frontiersin.org
The goal of this article is to present a first list of ethical concerns that may arise from research and personal use of virtual reality (VR) and related technology, and to offer concrete recommendations for minimizing those risks. Many of the recommendations call for focused …

Computational model of listener behavior for Embodied Conversational Agents
JC MARTIN – 2009 – enib.fr
… of communication that characterizes human conversations. Called Embodied Conversa- tional Agents (ECAs), these humanoid interfaces can be able, on the one hand, to simulate human verbal and non-verbal behavior (like speaking in natural language, performing ges …

Software architecture for social robots
M Saerbeck – 2009 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. Software Architecture for Social Robots Martin Saerbeck Page 2. Software Architecture for Social Robots Martin Saerbeck Page 3. The work described in this thesis has been carried out at the Philips Re- search Laboratories …

Kyoto Animation: A Critical Study and Filmography
D Cavallaro – 2018 – books.google.com
Page 1. 7?T%BFi 7:X—93′ Kyoto_ _ ‘ Ammatmn /5 AND FILMOGRAPHY Dani Cavallaro Page 2. KYOTO ANIMATION Page 3. ALSO BY DANI CAVALLARO AND FROM MCFARLAND CLAMP in Context: A Critical Study ofthe …

Haruhi in USA: A case study of a Japanese anime in the United States
R Mihara – 2009 – ecommons.cornell.edu
Page 1. HARUHI IN USA: A CASE STUDY OF A JAPANESE ANIME IN THE UNITED STATES A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Cornell University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts by Ryotaro Mihara August 2009 …

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