Human-Robot Interaction-Based Intention Sharing of Assistant Robot for Elderly People
Intention reading has been considered as one of the essential issues in the field of human-robot interaction (HRI). Specifically, for the cooperation between human and robotic system a robot should be aware of a given situation and human intention, which necessarily requires high-level knowledge and balanced interaction. For the disabled and elderly peoples not familiar with manipulating robotic system, intention sharing between two different agents is preferable to accurate intention reading. In this paper, we focused on the intention sharing of human and robot assistant to improve the cooperation.
Keywordscomponent Intention sharing human-robot interaction human-robot cooperation
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