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Provedor de dados:  InTech
País:  N/A
Título:  Affective Communication Model with Multimodality for Humanoids
Autores:  Hyun Seung Yang
Yong-Ho Seo
Il-Woong Jeong
Ju-Ho Lee
Data:  2007-06-01
Ano:  2007
Palavras-chave:  Humanoid Robots
Human-like Machines
Resumo:  This chapter presented the affective communication model for humanoids that is designed to lead human robot interactions by recognizing human emotional status and expressing its emotion through multimodal emotion channels like a human, and behaves appropriately in response to human emotions. We designed and implemented an affective human-robot communication model for a humanoid robot, which makes a robot communicate with a human through dialogue. Through this proposed model, a humanoid robot can communicate with humans by preserving emotional memories of users and topics, and it naturally engages in dialogue with humans. With explicit emotional memories on users and topics, in the proposed system, we successfully improved the affective interaction between humans and robots. Previous sociable robots either ignored emotional memories or maintained them implicitly. Our research proves that explicit emotional memory can help high-level affective dialogue interactions. In several experiments, the robots chose an appropriate conversation topic and behaved appropriately in response to human emotions. They could ask what the human is angry about and then make a joke to console him or give pleasure to him. Therefore, this robot is able to help human mentally and emotionally as a robot therapy function. The human
Tipo:  28
Idioma:  Inglês
Editor:  INTECH Open Access Publisher
Relação:  ISBN:978-3-902613-07-3

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