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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
A team develops competency by progressive mutual adaptation and learning, a process we call co-learning. In human teams, partners naturally adapt to each other and learn while collaborating. This is not self-evident in human-robot teams. There is a need for methods and models for describing and enabling co-learning in human-robot partnerships....
conference paper 2021
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Pupa, A. (author), van Dijk, W. (author), Secchi, C. (author)
In collaborative robotic applications, human and robot have to work together during a whole shift for executing a sequence of jobs. The performance of the human robot team can be enhanced by scheduling the right tasks to the human and the robot. The scheduling should consider the task execution constraints, the variability in the task execution...
article 2021
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van Zoelen, E.M. (author), van den Bosch, K. (author), Neerincx, M. (author)
Becoming a well-functioning team requires continuous collaborative learning by all team members. This is called co-learning, conceptualized in this paper as comprising two alternating iterative stages: partners adapting their behavior to the task and to each other (co-adaptation), and partners sustaining successful behavior through communication...
article 2021
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Saad, E. (author), Hindriks, K.V. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
Task allocation and management is crucial for human-robot collaboration in Urban Search And Rescue response efforts. The job of a mission team leader in managing tasks becomes complicated when adding multiple and different types of robots to the team. Therefore, to effectively accomplish mission objectives, shared situation awareness and task...
conference paper 2018
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Mioch, T. (author), Ledegang, W. (author), Paulissen, R. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), van Diggelen, J. (author)
Sharing and re-using design knowledge is a challenge for the diverse multi-disciplinary research and development teams that work on complex and highly automated systems. For this purpose, a situated Cognitive Engineering (sCE) methodology was proposed that specifies and assesses the functional user requirements with their design rationale in a...
conference paper 2014
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