Human Robot Interaction
by Nilanjan Sarkar
Publisher: InTech 2007
Number of pages: 522
This book, which presents outstanding work from the leading HRI researchers covering a wide spectrum of topics, is an effort to capture and present some of the important contributions in HRI in one volume. We hope that this book will benefit both experts and novice and provide a thorough understanding of the exciting field of HRI.
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