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Universal emotional behavior decision model for applying to various social robots with different specifications and purposes

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4 Author(s)
Ho Seok Ahn ; Dept. of Appl. Robot Technol., Korea Inst. of Ind. Technol., Ansan, South Korea ; Jin Young Choi ; Dong-Wook Lee ; Woong Hee Shon

Emotional reaction should be different from the purpose of the robot system. The method for emotional reaction is also different from the specification of the robot system. Therefore, emotional behavior decision model, which is applied to social robots regardless of specifications and purposes, is necessary. This paper introduces a universal emotional behavior decision model designed for applying to various social robots that have different specifications and purposes. Multiple emotions, a set of probability value of every emotion, are calculated independently and expressed according to the purpose of the robot system. Then, behavior, for emotional reaction according to the calculated multiple emotions, is decided regarding the specification of the robot system. The decided behavior is a combination of unit behaviors that indicates the smallest expressible behaviors in each expression parts. It is possible to express various undefined behaviors by generating unit behavior combinations according to multiple emotions. The universal emotional behavior decision model is applied to two kinds of social robot systems that have different specifications and purposes.

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Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS), 2011 11th International Conference on

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26-29 Oct. 2011