Robot-based autism therapy is a rapidly developing area of research, with a wide variety of robots being developed for use in clinical settings. Specific, detailed requirements for robots and user interfaces are needed to provide guidelines for the creation of robots that more effectively assist therapists in autism therapy. This paper enumerates a set of requirements for a clinical humanoid robot and the associated human interface. The design of two humanoid robots and an intuitive and flexible user interface for use by therapists in the treatment of children with autism are described.
Original Publication Citation
N. Giullian, D. Ricks, A. Atherton, M. Colton, M. Goodrich, and B. Brinton. Detailed Requirements for Robots in Autism Therapy. To appear in IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, October 21, Istanbul, Turkey.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Atherton, Alan; Brinton, Bonnie; Colton, Mark; Giullian, Nicole; Goodrich, Michael A.; and Ricks, Daniel, "Detailed Requirements for Robots in Autism Therapy" (2010). All Faculty Publications. 93.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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