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Part A: SYSTEMS AND HUMANS
35 Issue: 4
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35 Issue: 4
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Date: Aug. 2005
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on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
A: SYSTEMS AND HUMANS
Volume: 35 Issue: 4 Date: July 2005
to the Special Issue on Human–Robot Interaction
Adams, J.A.; Skubic, M.
Page(s): 433- 437
human-robot interaction schemes in multitasking environments
Crandall, J.W.; Goodrich, M.A.; Olsen, D.R., Jr.; Nielsen, C.W.
Page(s): 438- 449
of a situation awareness assessment tool for evaluation of human-robot
Scholtz, J.C.; Antonishek, B.; Young, J.D.
Page(s): 450- 459
effective human-robot interaction using perspective-taking in robots
Trafton, J.G.; Cassimatis, N.L.; Bugajska, M.D.; Brock, D.P.; Mintz,
F.E.; Schultz, A.C.
Page(s): 460- 470
spherical mobile robot for child-development studies
Michaud, F.; Laplante, J.-F.; Larouche, H.; Duquette, A.; Caron,
S.; Letourneau, D.; Masson, P.
Page(s): 471- 480
flexible delegation-type interface enhances system performance in
human supervision of multiple robots: empirical studies with RoboFlag
Parasuraman, R.; Galster, S.; Squire, P.; Furukawa, H.; Miller,
Page(s): 481- 493
understanding for collaborative control
Bruemmer, D.J.; Few, D.A.; Boring, R.L.; Marble, J.L.; Walton, M.C.;
Page(s): 494- 504
(in)accuracy of novice rover operators' perception of obstacle height
from monoscopic images
Kanduri, A.K.; Thomas, G.; Cabrol, N.; Grin, E.; Anderson, R.C.
Page(s): 505- 512
control properties of human-robotic systems based on impedance control
Tsuji, T.; Tanaka, Y.
Page(s): 523- 535
of virtual fixtures for a robot programming by demonstration interface
Aleotti, J.; Caselli, S.; Reggiani, M.
Page(s): 536- 545
block-based image restoration employing the improved best neighborhood
Wen Li; Zhang, D.; Zhiyong Liu; Xiangzhen Qiao
Page(s): 546- 555
effects of consumers' product class knowledge and agent search strategy
on consumer decision making in electronic commerce
Page(s): 556- 573
haptic interface design using stochastic resonance methods
Repperger, D.W.; Phillips, C.A.; Berlin, J.E.; Neidhard-Doll, A.T.;
Page(s): 574- 582
performance measures for public services
Berman, O.; Vasudeva, S.
Page(s): 583- 591
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