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”­•\ƒ^ƒCƒgƒ‹Robot-Directed Speech Detection by Situated Understanding in Physical Interaction
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ƒAƒuƒXƒgƒ‰ƒNƒg In this paperCwe propose a novel method to detect robot-directed speech by situated understanding in human-robot physical interaction. The originality of this work is the introduction of MSC measureCwhich is used to decide whether the speech can be interpreted as a feasible action under the current physical situation in an object manipulation task. Then we Integrate MSC measure with a face tracking systemCand did experiments under the conditions of natural human-robot interaction.
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