Exploring Spoken Dialog Interaction in Human-Robot TeamsRobots, Games, and Research: Success stories in USARSim IROS Workshop, St. Louis, MO
Date of Original Version1-1-2009
Abstract or DescriptionWe describe TeamTalk: A human-robot interface capable of interpreting spoken dialog interactions between humans and robots in consistent real-world and virtual world scenarios. The system is used in real environments by humanrobot teams to perform tasks associated with treasure hunting. In order to conduct research exploring spoken human-robot interaction, we have developed a virtual platform using USARSim. We describe the system, its use as a high-fidelity simulator with USARSim, and current experiments that benefit from a simulated environment and that would be difficult to implement in real-world scenarios.
Citation InformationMatthew R Marge, Aasish K Pappu, Benjamin Frisch, Thomas K Harris, et al.. "Exploring Spoken Dialog Interaction in Human-Robot Teams" Robots, Games, and Research: Success stories in USARSim IROS Workshop, St. Louis, MO (2009)
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