A review of verbal and non-verbal human–robot interactive communication

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Mavridis, Nikolaos;

In this paper, an overview of human-robot interactive communication is presented, covering verbal as well as non-verbal aspects of human-robot interaction. Following a historical introduction, and motivation towards fluid human-robot communication, ten desiderata are pr... View more
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