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Can the Modeling of Pedestrian Movements Improve Robot Behaviors?

By Michael Göller, Malco Blümel, Thilo Kerscher, J. Marius Zöllner and Rüdiger Dillmann

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Abstract. This position paper discusses the added value for service robots that can be obtained by modeling the movements of pedestrians. Two main fields of benefits can be identified here: improving the robot’s capability to adapt to nearby humans and enabling the robot to guess imminent confusion due to actions it is going to perform. Here the robot would be able to take the initiative and initiate a clarifying communication with bystanders to explain its actions...

Year: 2014
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