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2002 AAAI Fall Symposium: Human Robot Interaction Technical Report FS-02-03. Nov. 2002, pp.1-8 Critical Considerations for Human-Robot Interface Development
 

Summary: 2002 AAAI Fall Symposium: Human Robot Interaction Technical Report FS-02-03. Nov. 2002, pp.1-8
Critical Considerations for Human-Robot Interface Development
Julie A. Adams
Department of Computer Science
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY
jaa@cs.rit.edu
ABSTRACT:
The purpose of this paper is to draw upon the vast
bank of Human Factors Research and indicate how the
existing results may be applied to the field of Human-
Robotic interfaces (HRIs). HRI development tends to
be an after thought, as researchers approach the
problem from an engineering perspective. Such a
perspective implies that the HRI is designed and
developed after the majority of the robotic system
design has been completed. Additionally, many
researchers claim that their HRI is "intuitive", "easy to
use", etc. without including actual users in the design
process or performing proper user testing. This paper

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences