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Human-Robot Teams in Entertainment and Other Everyday Scenarios

Author: Pooyan Fazli, Alan K. Mackworth
Organisation: Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia & Department of Computer Science
Publish Date: 2009
Country: Global
Sector: Technology
Method: Scenarios
Theme: General
Type: Other publication
Language: English
Tags: Robot-Human-Agent Teams, Robot-Human-Agent Team Coordination and Cooperation, Robot-Human-Agent Planning, Entertainment Industry.

A new and relatively unexplored research direction in robotics systems is the coordination of humans and robots working as a team. In this paper, we focus upon problem domains and tasks in which multiple robots, humans and other agents are cooperating through coordination to satisfy a set of goals or to maximize utility. We are primarily interested in applications of human robot coordination in entertainment and other activities of daily life. We discuss the teamwork problem and propose an architecture to address this.
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