The Human-Robot Interaction Operating System

Terrence W. Fong, Clayton Kunz, Laura Hiatt, and Magda Bugajska
2006 Human-Robot Interaction Conference, March, 2006.


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Abstract
In order for humans and robots to work effectively together, they need to be able to converse about abilities, goals and achievements. Thus, we are developing an interaction infrastructure called the "Human-Robot Interaction Operating System" (HRI/OS). The HRI/OS provides a structured software framework for building human-robot teams, supports a variety of user interfaces, enables humans and robots to engage in task-oriented dialogue, and facilitates integration of robots through an extensible API.

Keywords
human-robot interaction, interaction infrastructure, robot architecture, multi-agent system

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Text Reference
Terrence W. Fong, Clayton Kunz, Laura Hiatt, and Magda Bugajska, "The Human-Robot Interaction Operating System," 2006 Human-Robot Interaction Conference, March, 2006.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Fong_2006_5288,
   author = "Terrence W Fong and Clayton Kunz and Laura Hiatt and Magda Bugajska",
   title = "The Human-Robot Interaction Operating System",
   booktitle = "2006 Human-Robot Interaction Conference",
   publisher = "ACM",
   month = "March",
   year = "2006",
}