Human Centered Robotic Systems must be able to interact with
humans such that the burden of adaptation lies with the machine and
not with the human. This book collates a set of prominent papers
presented during a two-day conference on "Human Centered Robotic
Systems" held on November 19-20, 2009, in Bielefeld University,
Germany. The aim of the conference was to bring together
researchers from the areas of robotics, computer science,
psychology, linguistics, and biology who are all focusing on a
shared goal of cognitive interaction. A survey of recent
approaches, the current state-of-the-art, and possible future
directions in this interdisciplinary field is presented. It
provides practitioners and scientists with an up-to-date
introduction to this dynamic field, with methods and solutions that
are likely to significantly impact on our future lives.
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