Journal of Physical Agents - 2008, Vol. 2, No. 2


JoPha 2-2

There is a great deal of current research centred upon the creation of artificial systems which might be considered, by humans, to be social entities, agents or actors. In particular, the development of social robots is a highly active field which is being driven by the widespread belief that we will, within a matter of a few years, be expected to engage in social interactions with embodied robotic systems in everyday environments.

Table of Contents

Catz, Dogz & Robotz? Human interaction with domestic robotic devices — Lawson, Shaun; Chesney, Thomas

On the design of the huggable robot Probo — Saldien, Jelle; Goris, Kristof; Yilmazyildiz, Selma; Verhelst, Werner; Lefeber, Dirk

Children’s responses and opinion on three bots that motivate, educate and play — Looije, Rosemarijn; Neerincx, Mark A.; Lange, Vincent de

Domestic applications for social robots: an online survey on the influence of appearance and capabilities — Lohse, Manja; Hegel, Frank; Wrede, Britta

The influence of social presence on acceptance of a companion robot by older people — Heerink, Marcel; Kröse, Ben; Evers, Vanessa; Wielinga, Bob

Inter-classifier feedback for human-robot interaction in a domestic setting — Lee, Juhyun; Knox, W. Bradley; Stone, Peter

GlowBots: designing and implementing engaging human-robot interaction — Jacobsson, Mattias; Fernaeus, Ylva; Holmquist, Lars Erik

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