ROILA (Robot Interaction Language) is a spoken language that is specifically designed for use by robots in human-robot interaction (HRI) scenarios. It is intended to be easy for humans to learn and use, and is optimized for use with automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems, which allow robots to understand and respond to spoken commands and requests.
ROILA is based on natural language, and is designed to be as similar as possible to the way that humans speak and communicate. It includes a range of words, phrases, and sentence structures that are commonly used in human-human communication, and is designed to be flexible and adaptable to different situations and contexts.
ROILA is used by robots to understand and respond to spoken commands and requests from humans, and is typically integrated into the robot’s natural language processing (NLP) system. It is a key component of many HRI systems, as it allows robots to understand and respond to spoken input from humans in a natural and intuitive way.
Improving speech recognition with the robot interaction language O Mubin, C Bartneck, L Feijs… – Disruptive Science …, 2012 – online.liebertpub.com … ABSTRACT. This article presents the design and evaluation of a Robot Interaction Language (ROILA). This speech recognition friendly spoken artificial language is designed to be used by humans for interacting with robots. … Cited by 9 Related articles All 5 versions Cite Save
RoboDB: an application of Semantic Web Technologies to robotics A Juarez, J Hu, L Feijs – Poster on The 10 th International …, 2011 – idemployee.id.tue.nl … It serves as a platform to demonstrate the use of the Robot Interaction Language (ROILA), a language designed especially to improve speech recognition in robots . ROILAbot has its virtual counterpart in the virtual world Second Life, and virtual agents can interact with it and … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions Cite Save More
Developing a tactical language for future robotic teammates E Phillips, J Rivera, F Jentsch – Proceedings of the Human Factors …, 2013 – pro.sagepub.com … non-native speakers. For instance, The Robot Interaction Language (ROILA) was developed to be speech recognition-friendly to the state-of-the-art in robotic language comprehension (Mubin et al., 2012). While ROILA itself … Cited by 1 Related articles Cite Save
Talk ROILA to your Robot O Mubin, J Henderson, C Bartneck – Proceedings of the 15th ACM on …, 2013 – dl.acm.org … for humans to talk to robots. We call this language Robot Interaction Language (ROILA). In this paper, we describe our current work with ROILA that utilizes the Nao hu- manoid robot. Our current demo implementation will allow … Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save
Robot Assisted Language Learning through Games: A Comparison of Two Case Studies O Mubin, S Shahid, C Bartneck – 2013 – ir.canterbury.ac.nz … about feeling bored (as a matter of fact many expressed to be highly motivated) at the time of learning ROILA and our approach … Mubin, O., Bartneck, C., Feijs, L., Hooft van Huysduynen, H., Hu, J., Muelver, J.: Improving Speech Recognition with the Robot Interaction Language. … Related articles All 4 versions Cite Save
Designing the Workflow of a Language Interpretation Device Using Artificial Intelligence J Hossain, MA Rashid – iosrjournals.org … Robot Interaction Language (ROILA) is another measure which can be brought up to the scenario for making the interpreting device more user friendly. V. CONCLUSION Interpreting devices now a days, generally interpret after a speaker speaks but not simultaneously. … Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save More
A Study of Non-Linguistic Utterances for Social Human-Robot Interaction R Read – 2014 – pearl.plymouth.ac.uk Page 1. This copy of the thesis has been supplied on condition that anyone who consults it is understood to recognise that its copyright rests with its author and that no quotation from the thesis and no information derived from … Related articles All 3 versions Cite Save
Autonomy and Intelligent Technologies for Advanced Inspection Systems J Bardina – 2013 – papers.sae.org … applications. For example, Robot Interaction Language (ROILA) addresses problems associated with speech interaction using natural languages learnable by the human user and optimized for efficient recognition . Nuance … Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save
Survey on Speech, Machine Translation and Gestures in Ambient Assisted Living D Anastasiou – Tralogy, Session, 2011 – d-anastasiou.com Page 1. Survey on Speech, Machine Translation and Gestures in Ambient Assisted Living Dimitra Anastasiou SFB/TR8 Spatial Cognition Computer Science/Languages and Literary Studies University of Bremen Bremen, Germany email@example.com … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions Cite Save More
Survey on Speech, Machine Translation and Gestures in Ambient Assisted Living. http://webcast. in2p3. fr/videos- … D Anastasiou – 2011 – lodel.irevues.inist.fr … (2002) to develop a speech system to design robot trajectories that would fit with CAD paradigms. Mubin et al. (2010) developed ROILA (Robot Interaction Language) in order to improve the accuracy of speech recognition and to make it learnable for a user. … Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save More
The Contemporary Esperanto Speech Community A Solis – Perspectives, 2005 – fiatlingua.org Page 1. Fiat Lingua is produced and maintained by the Language Creation Society (LCS). For more information about the LCS, visit http://www.conlang.org/ Fiat Lingua Title: The Contemporary Esperanto Speech Community Author: Adelina Solis MS Date: 10-02-2012 … Related articles All 2 versions Cite Save More