Gaze in Human-Robot Communication

Frank Broz (Editor), Hagen Lehmann (Editor), Bilge Mutlu (Editor), Yukiko Nakano (Editor)

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Abstract

Gaze in Human-Robot Communication is a volume collecting recent research studying gaze behaviour in human-robot interaction (HRI). The selected articles draw inspiration from related research into gaze in human-human interaction in fields ranging from ethnography to neuroscience. The major themes of these articles include: the experimental investigation of human responses to robot gaze, the investigation of the impact of coordinating gaze acts with speech, and the development of hardware and software technologies for enabling robot gaze. This volume provides an excellent introduction to the depth and breadth of this growing research area in HRI. The highly interdisciplinary nature of the work presented should make it of interest both to robotics researchers and to researchers from other fields with an interest in the role of gaze in communication.

Originally published in Interaction Studies Vol. 14:3 (2013).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherJohn Benjamins Publishing Company
Number of pages162
ISBN (Print)9789027242693
Publication statusPublished - 16 Dec 2015

Publication series

NameBenjamins Current Topics
PublisherJohn Benjamin
Volume81

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    Broz, F., Lehmann, H., Mutlu, B., & Nakano, Y. (Eds.) (2015). Gaze in Human-Robot Communication. (Benjamins Current Topics; Vol. 81). John Benjamins Publishing Company.