TitleA Preliminary Study of Peer-to-Peer Human-Robot Interaction
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsFong, TW, Scholtz, J, Shah, J, Flueckiger, L, Junz, C, Lees, D, Schreiner, J, Siegel, M, Hiatt, LM, Nourbakhsh, I, Simmons, R, Ambrose, R, Burridge, R, Antonishek, B, Bugajska, MD, Schultz, AC, Trafton, JG
Conference NameInternational Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics
Date Published10/2006
PublisherIEEE
Abstract

The Peer-to-Peer Human-Robot Interaction (P2PHRI)
project is developing techniques to improve task coordination
and collaboration between human and robot partners. Our
work is motivated by the need to develop effective human-robot
teams for space mission operations. A central element of our
approach is creating dialogue and interaction tools that enable
humans and robots to flexibly support one another. In order to
understand how this approach can influence task performance,
we recently conducted a series of tests simulating a lunar
construction task with a human-robot team. In this paper, we
describe the tests performed, discuss our initial results, and
analyze the effect of intervention on task performance.

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06-1226-1126
pub_tags: 
HRI
Space exploration
teams