Coherence in One-Shot Gesture Recognition for Human-Robot Interaction. Cabrera, M., M., E., Voyles, R., M., R., & Wachs, J., J., P. In ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, volume Part F1351, pages 75-76, 2018.
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An experiment was conducted where a robotic platform performs artificially generated gestures and both trained classifiers and human participants recognize. Classification accuracy is evaluated through a new metric of coherence in gesture recognition between humans and robots. Experimental results showed an average recognition performance of 89.2% for the trained classifiers and 92.5% for the participants. Coherence in one-shot gesture recognition was determined to be gamma = 93.8%. This new metric provides a quantifier for validating how realistic the robotic generated gestures are.
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