Social Robotics: 7th International Conference, ICSR 2015, Paris, France, October 26-30, 2015, Proceedings

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Adriana Tapus, Elisabeth André, Jean-Claude Martin, François Ferland, Mehdi Ammi
Springer, 27.10.2015 - 717 sivua

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Social Robotics, ICSR 2015, held in Paris, France, in October 2015. The 70 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 126 submissions. The papers focus on the interaction between humans and robots and the integration of robots into our society and present innovative ideas and concepts, new discoveries and improvements, novel applications on the latest fundamental advances in the core technologies that form the backbone of social robotics, distinguished developmental projects, as well as seminal works in aesthetic design, ethics and philosophy, studies on social impact and influence pertaining to social robotics, and its interaction and communication with human beings and its social impact on our society.

 

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The Effect of Applying Humanoid Robots as Teacher Assistants to Help Iranian Autistic Pupils Learn English as a Foreign Language
1
Framework of Activities for Aging in Place with Robots
11
Considering Expectation and Satisfaction of Children as EndUsers
21
A Reactive Competitive Emotion Selection System
31
Group Vs Individual Comfort When a Robot Approaches
41
Understanding Group Comfort Through Directional Statistics
51
Adaptive Interaction of Persistent Robots to User Temporal Preferences
61
Incremental Speech Production for Polite and Natural PersonalSpace Intrusion
72
Formations for Facilitating Communication Among Robotic Wheelchair Users and Companions
370
Young Users Perception of a Social Robot Displaying Familiarity and Eliciting Disclosure
380
Youre Doing It Wrong Studying Unexpected Behaviors in ChildRobot Interaction
390
Supporting SelfEfficacy in Diabetic Children with an Autonomous Robot
401
SociallyAssistive Emotional Robot that Learns from the Wizard During the Interaction for Preventing Low Back Pain in Children
411
Does the Presence of Social Agents Improve Cognitive Performance on a Vigilance Task?
421
Agent Appearance Modulates Mind Attribution and Social Attention in HumanRobot Interaction
431
Design and Performance of a Robotic Hearing Apparatus
440

Evidence for the Utility of Verbal but not Necessarily Spoken Protest
83
A Portable LowCost Social Device for HomeBased Autism Therapy
93
Improving HumanRobot Physical Interaction with Inverse Kinematics Learning
103
TeamBuilding Activities for Heterogeneous Groups of Humans and Robots
113
Automatic Joint Attention Detection During Interaction with a Humanoid Robot
124
Characterizing the State of the Art of HumanRobot Coproduction
135
KeJia RobotAn Attractive Shopping Mall Guider
145
CaseSensitive Methods for Evaluating HRI from a Sociological Point of View
155
Social Facilitation in a GameLike HumanRobot Interaction Using Synthesized Emotions and Episodic Memory
164
Motions of Robots Matter The Social Effects of Idle and Meaningful Motions
174
A Users Perspective on Characteristics for Social HumanRobot Interaction
184
An Adaptive and Proactive HumanAware Robot Guide
194
The Effects of Social Gaze in HumanRobot Collaborative Assembly
204
Influence of Upper Body Pose Mirroring in HumanRobot Interaction
214
RobotCentric Activity Recognitionin the Wild
224
Yes Dear that Belongs into the Shelf Exploratory Studies with Elderly People Who Learn to Train an Adaptive Robot Companion
235
Using Video Manipulation to Protect Privacy in Remote Presence Systems
245
A SingleCase Study
255
Personalized ShortTerm Multimodal Interaction for Social Robots Assisting Users in Shopping Malls
264
Interference in Human Perception
275
A Multidisciplinary Approach
285
RobotAssisted Training of Joint Attention Skills in Children Diagnosed with Autism
296
Implicit Nonverbal Behaviors Expressing Closeness by 3D Agents
306
A User Evaluation Study intheWild
317
Higher Nonverbal Immediacy Leads to Greater Learning Gains in ChildRobot Tutoring Interactions
327
Exploring the Four Social Bonds Evolvement for an Accompanying Minimally Designed Robot
337
Maintaining the Communication Protocol Through Mixed Feedback Strategies
348
Personalized Assistance for Dressing Users
359
A ParticleFilter Approach for Active Perception in Networked Robot Systems
451
Impact of Robot Actions on Social Signals and Reaction Times in HRI Error Situations
461
SocialTask Learning for HRI
472
Constructs of Peoples Attitudes Towards Domestic Robots
482
Humanoid Robot Assisted Training for Facial Expressions Recognition Based on Affective Feedback
492
Interaction Design Students and Childrens Views
502
Healthcare Robots in Homes of Rural Older Adults
512
More Social and Emotional Behaviour May Lead to Poorer Perceptions of a Social Robot
522
Towards a Robot Computational Model to Preserve Dignity in Stigmatizing PatientCaregiver Relationships
532
Predicting Extraversion from Nonverbal Features During a FacetoFace HumanRobot Interaction
543
An Analysis of Gender Typecasts in Social HumanRobot Interaction
554
Effects of Perspective Taking on Ratings of Human Likeness and Trust
564
Timing is Key for Robot Trust Repair
574
Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues
584
Robots Gender Age and Accent
594
Supervised Progressively Autonomous Robot Competencies
603
A Case Study of Robot Interaction Among Individuals with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities
613
Impact of Humanoid Social Robots on Treatment of a Pair of Iranian Autistic Twins
623
CrossCorpus Experiments on Laughter and Emotion Detection in HRI with Elderly People
633
Recognition and Resolution of Conflict Situations in Narrow Passages for Polite Mobile Robot Navigation
643
Study on Adaptation of Robot Communication Strategies in Changing Situations
654
Investigating the Effect of Relative Cultural Distance on the Acceptance of Robots
664
Role of Social Robotics in Supporting Employees and Advancing Productivity
674
Effects of Perspective Taking on Implicit Attitudes and Performance in Economic Games
684
Smile and Laughter Detection for Elderly PeopleRobot Interaction
694
Peer Versus Tutor
704
Author Index
714
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