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000170416 245__ $$aHRI in the home: A Longitudinal Ethnographic Study with Roomba
000170416 269__ $$a2011
000170416 260__ $$c2011
000170416 336__ $$aPosters
000170416 520__ $$aPersonal service robots, such as the iRobot Roomba vacuum cleaner provide a promising opportunity to study human-robot interaction (HRI) in domestic environments. Still rather little is known about long-term impacts of robotic home appliances on people’s daily routines and attitudes and how they evolve over time. We investigate these aspects through a longitudinal ethnographic study with nine households, to which we gave a Roomba cleaning robot. During six months, data is gathered through a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods.
000170416 6531_ $$ahuman-robot interaction
000170416 6531_ $$adomestic service robots
000170416 6531_ $$alongitudinal field study
000170416 6531_ $$asocial factors in robotics
000170416 700__ $$0244070$$aFink, Julia$$g203131
000170416 700__ $$aBauwens, Valérie
000170416 700__ $$aMubin, Omar
000170416 700__ $$0240415$$aKaplan, Frédéric$$g174121
000170416 700__ $$0240137$$aDillenbourg, Pierre$$g155704
000170416 7112_ $$a1st Symposium of the NCCR robotics$$cZürich, Switzerland$$dJune 16, 2011
000170416 8564_ $$s1443184$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/170416/files/NCCR-symposium11-Zurich_poster.pdf$$yn/a$$zn/a
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000170416 909C0 $$0252409$$pNCCR-ROBOTICS$$xU12367
000170416 909C0 $$0252478$$pCEDE$$xU12750
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