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학술지 Behavior Hierarchy-Based Affordance Map for Recognition of Human Intention and Its Application to Human-Robot Interaction
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저자
한지형, 이승제, 김종환
발행일
201605
출처
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, v.46 no.5, pp.708-722
ISSN
2168-2291
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/THMS.2016.2558539
협약과제
15PC5200, 중소 제조산업의 4M (Man, Machine, Materiel, Method) 데이터 통합 분석을 활용한 프리틱디브 매뉴펙춰링 시스템 개발 , 지수영
초록
To prepare for the anticipated age of human-robot symbiosis, robots should be able to interact and cooperate with humans effectively by understanding the meaning and intention of human behavior. In this paper, we define human intention as 'desired behavior of the human using objects.' To infer the defined human intention, a robot should learn the object affordance along with a behavior hierarchy structure. Thus, in this paper, we propose a behavior hierarchy-based affordance network (BHAN) and a behavior hierarchy-based affordance map (BHAM) to represent the object affordance, behavior hierarchy structure, and object hierarchy structure, simultaneously. Autonomous and interactive BHAN/BHAM learning algorithms are also proposed to make a robot develop the BHAN and BHAM by itself, as well as by interacting with a human. Based on the newly developed BHANs and BHAM, a robot could infer the human intention from information observed in context and from human behavior. The effectiveness of the proposed method was demonstrated through experiments on human-robot interaction with building blocks using a simulated differential wheel robot and a real human-sized humanoid robot.
키워드
Behavior hierarchy, human intention reading, human-robot interaction (HRI), Object affordance
KSP 제안 키워드
Behavior hierarchy, Building block, Hierarchy structure, Human Intention, Human-Robot Interaction(HRI), Human-Robot Symbiosis, Intention reading, Object affordance, Wheel Robot, human behavior, humanoid robot