Simulation and HRI Recent Perspectives with the MORSE Simulator

Abstract : Simulation in robotics is often a love-hate relationship: while simulators do save us a lot of time and effort compared to regular deployment of complex software architectures on complex hardware, simulators are also known to evade many of the real issues that robots need to manage when they enter the real world. Because humans are the paragon of dynamic, unpredictable, complex, real world entities, simulation of human-robot interactions may look condemn to fail, or, in the best case, to be mostly useless. This collective article reports on five independent applications of the MORSE simulator in the field of human-robot interaction: It appears that simulation is already useful, if not essential, to successfully carry out research in the field of HRI, and sometimes in scenarios we do not anticipate.
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Séverin Lemaignan, Marc Hanheide, Michael Karg, Harmish Khambhaita, Lars Kunze, et al.. Simulation and HRI Recent Perspectives with the MORSE Simulator. International Conference on Simulation, Modeling, and Programming for Autonomous Robots (SIMPAR), Oct 2014, Bergame, Italy. pp.13 - 24, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-11900-7_2⟩. ⟨hal-01568845⟩

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