Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

Inaugural Special Issue: Intersection of Systems Sciences and Human Sciences

In an effort to encourage the truly interdisciplinary work that is at the heart of HRI, the inaugural special issue focuses on interdisciplinary work at the intersection systems sciences (e.g., computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering) and human sciences (e.g., human factors, social sciences, humanities). Guest editors for the special issue were Leila Takayama and Brian Scassellati.

Table of Contents

Welcome to the Journal of Human-Robot Interaction PDF
Sara Kiesler, Michael A. Goodrich
Introduction to Inaugural Issue PDF
Leila Takayama, Brian Scassellati
Timing in Multimodal Turn-Taking Interactions: Control and Analysis Using Timed Petri Nets PDF
Crystal Chao, Andrea Lockerd Thomaz
Bridging the Research Gap: Making HRI Useful to Individuals with Autism PDF
Elizabeth S Kim, Rhea Paul, Frederick Shic, Brian Scassellati
Distance-Based Computational Models for Facilitating Robot Interaction with Children PDF
David Feil-Seifer, Maja Mataric'
Children Teach a Care-Receiving Robot to Promote Their Learning: Field Experiments in a Classroom for Vocabulary Learning PDF
Fumihide Tanaka, Shizuko Matsuzoe
User-Centered Design of a Dynamic-Autonomy Remote Interaction Concept for Manipulation-Capable Robots to Assist Elderly People in the Home PDF
Marcus Mast, Michael Burmester, Katja Kr├╝ger, Sascha Fatikow, Georg Arbeiter, Birgit Graf, Gernot Kronreif, Lucia Pigini, David Facal, Renxi Qiu
Wizard of Oz Studies in HRI: A Systematic Review and New Reporting Guidelines PDF
Laurel D. Riek


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ISSN: 2163-0364