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Seminar WS 2016/2017: Human-Machine-Interaction Seminar [7 CP]

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Theoretical seminar about human machine and human robot interaction. You will hear and present important papers from this area in AI research.

NEWS

  • 08.03.2017: The grades have been published on LSF. Thanks a lot for your participation.

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  • 23.01.2017-16:00-17:00 s.t.: Current Bachelorthesis/Masterthesis/HiWi presentation for interested students of the seminar. Room: DFKI Mainbuilding Bledsoe (2.07), enter the building, take the elevator to the top floor and turn left.
  • 18.01.2017: NAO Study: http://doodle.com/poll/eu9q6mdv8hmyweef held by one of my master students Magdalena Kaiser. It would be very nice if you take part. It takes about 20min and is rewarded with 5€.
  • 17.01.2017: We strongly recommend you to send in your slides in advance! Some students could have had much better presentations if they would have sent in their slides in advance.
  • 10.01.2017: Although there is some snow the seminar takes place ;)
  • 15.12.2016: Next slot is 03.01.2017
  • 15.12.2016: We wish you some nice hollidays and a good start into the new year
  • 15.12.2016: Slot 05 - Slides online
  • 06.12.2016: There is no meeting today.
  • 29.11.2016: We strongly recommend - especially for bachelor students - to send in their slides before presenting!
  • 29.11.2016: Slot 04 - Slides uploaded
  • 23.11.2016: Slot 03 - Slides uploaded
  • 16.11.2016: Slot 02 - Slides uploaded
  • 14.11.2016: Next Session will take place at: Seminarroom 3.18 E2.4 (Mathematics Building)
  • 08.11.2016: Slot 01 - First Meeting Slides uploaded
  • 04.11.2016: Room for the first Meeting is DFKI Building D3.2, Room Reuse HG -2.17 (Main entrance floor, on the right)
  • 25.10.2016: Check the process of this seminar.
  • 24.10.2016: Admission notice has been sent. If you are on the list below, but have not received an e-mail please contact us.
  • 24.10.2016: Participants and Schedule is online.
  • 24.10.2016: Registration is closed. We are preparing the schedule and then notify you via e-mail and put the schedule on the website
  • 18.10.2016: Still some places left.
  • 17.10.2016: Please use more than three papers when registering.
  • 17.10.2016: Registration is open

Organization

Downloads: protected area
Participants: 20
Room: Seminar Room: 3.18 - E2.4 (Mathmatics Building)
Language: English
Time Slot: Tuesdays 10:00-12:00
Supervisors: Yannick Körber M.Sc., Christian Bürckert M.Sc. , Dr.-Ing. Tim Schwartz
Chair: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h.c. mult. Wolfgang Wahlster

First Meeting: Tuesday 08. November 2016 10:00-12:00
Our expectation in presentation style
Presentation Schedule: Once a week, starting on 15. November 2016
Summary Deadline: 28. Febuary 2017

Grading:

  • We assign you two papers, presentation and chair!
  • [60%] Presentation: You need to give an oral presentation of the presentation paper you have been assigned.
  • [20%] Chair: You need to initiate the discussion for the chair paper you have been assigned.
    • You have to read the chair paper
    • Prepare pragmatic questions
    • Play session chair: The session chair has to start the discussion with three or more pragmatic questions. After that the audience may ask further questions.
  • [20%] Summary: You need to summarize your two assigned papers and two more related papers (not necessarily from the list below) in about 0.5 pages each.
  • You need to participate in all meetings in case of illness you may skip one but you need to write an e-mail in advance. Of course you have to be present at the meetings of your assigned papers.
  • You need to have at least 50% in each sub category (presentation, session chair, summary) to pass the seminar.

Seminar Process

  • Presentation

    • About 3 weeks before your presentation: You should start reading your paper.
    • About 2 weeks before your presentation: You should start creating your presentation. Each slide must have a simple visible slide number for refering.
    • Exactly 1 week before your presentation: You may send us your slides so that we can interfere if something goes wrong. We strongly recommend the bachelor students to do so.
    • On the day of your presentation: You must give a 30 minute talk. More than 10% deviation will decrease your grade. After your talk you must respond to all questions from your chair and the audience up to 15 minutes.
    • On the day after your presentation: You must send us your slides so that we can publish them on the website (password protected), so that others may use them for their summaries.
  • Chair

    • About 1 week before your chair: You should start reading the paper
    • About 2 days before your chair: You should prepare pragmatic questions
    • On the day of your chair: Listen the talk carefully. You must start the discussion, which goes up to 15 minutes, with at least 3 pragmatic questions.
  • Attendance

    • About 1 day before your attendance: You should cross-read the paper, especially if it fits your interests.
    • On the day of your attendance: Listen to the talk carefully. You may take notes that might help you with your summary. Join the discussion.
  • Summary

    • Over the whole seminar: Listen carefully. You may take notes.
    • Write a summary about your presentation paper (0.5 pages) and your chair paper (0.5 pages)
    • Choose two other related papers of your interest and write (0.5) pages each
    • Send in your summary after you finish it. Deadline is 28.02.2017 but we strongly recommend you to write it earlier.
    • Reference list, graphics and headlines do not count so you may end up with some more pages.
    • Checkout the LaTeX template for the summary
    • Send your summary to Christian and Yannick via E-Mail on the 28.02.2017

Participants

  • Sreekesh Prabhu Srinivas
  • Frank Baustert
  • Kathrin Dernbecher
  • Johannes Lampel
  • Fangzhou Zhai
  • Dhiman Chakraborty
  • Vladislav Hnatovskiy
  • Florian Pham
  • Julian Hähnel
  • Muhammad Hammad Akhtar
  • Vera Resch
  • Shilpa Guruprasad
  • Seyedmostafa Hosseini
  • Ahmad TAIE
  • Mira Verena Niemann
  • Isabelle Rommelfanger
  • Martine Marx
  • Nafiseh Jafarian
  • Jessica Lackas

Presentation Schedule

The presentation schedule has been calculated by OptaPlanner. We could assign nearly all of you a paper of your choice. Check the presentation schedule.
Used ranked paper: 19
Used ranked paper for chair: 10
Used highly ranked paper: 14
Used highly ranked paper for chair: 9


Seminar Schedule Planning Score: 0hard/65medium/1010soft

Slot 08.11.2016 
	First Meeting - Christian Bürckert and Yannick Körber about how to give good presentations and infos, Q/A for the seminar.
	Attendance is expected!
Slot 15.11.2016
	Martine Marx presenting (Christian Bürckert) Would You Trust a (Faulty) Robot?: Effects of Error, Task Type and Personality on Human-Robot Cooperation and Trust
	Fangzhou Zhai presenting (Yannick Körber) Four easy pieces for assessing the usability of multimodal interaction: the CARE properties
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	Christian and Yannick are chairing (Yannick Körber) Four easy pieces for assessing the usability of multimodal interaction: the CARE properties
	Jessica Lackas chairing (Christian Bürckert) Would You Trust a (Faulty) Robot?: Effects of Error, Task Type and Personality on Human-Robot Cooperation and Trust
Slot 22.11.2016
	Mira Vera Niemann presenting (Yannick Körber) A Framework For Multi-Modal, Multi-Display Human-Machine-Interaction
	Isabelle Rommelfanger presenting (Christian Bürckert) Escaping from Children’s Abuse of Social Robots.
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	Julian Hähnel chairing (Christian Bürckert) Escaping from Children’s Abuse of Social Robots.
	Shilpa Guruprasad chairing (Yannick Körber) A Framework For Multi-Modal, Multi-Display Human-Machine-Interaction
Slot 29.11.2016
	Vera Resch presenting (Christian Bürckert) Sacrifice One For the Good of Many? People Apply Different Moral Norms to Human and Robot Agents
	Seyedmostafa Hosseini presenting (Christian Bürckert) Shaking Hands and Cooperation in Tele-present Human-Robot Negotiation
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	Florian Pham chairing (Christian Bürckert) Sacrifice One For the Good of Many? People Apply Different Moral Norms to Human and Robot Agents
	Vera Resch chairing (Christian Bürckert) Shaking Hands and Cooperation in Tele-present Human-Robot Negotiation
Slot 13.12.2016
	Nifiseh Jafarian presenting (Yannick Körber) Context models for adaptive dialogs and multimodal interaction
	Julian Hähnel presenting (Christian Bürckert) Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Robotic Conversation Companion
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	Mira Vera Niemann chairing (Christian Bürckert) Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Robotic Conversation Companion
	Isabelle Rommelfanger chairing (Yannick Körber) Context models for adaptive dialogs and multimodal interaction
Slot 03.01.2017
	Johannes Lampel presenting (Yannick Körber) Adapting Multimodal Fission to User’s Abilities
	Jessica Lackas presenting (Yannick Körber) Context-Based Generation of Multimodal Feedbacks for Natural Interaction in Smart Environments
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	Dhiman Chakraborty chairing (Yannick Körber) Context-Based Generation of Multimodal Feedbacks for Natural Interaction in Smart Environments
	Ahmad TAIE chairing (Yannick Körber) Adapting Multimodal Fission to User’s Abilities
Slot 10.01.2017
	Florian Pham presenting (Yannick Körber) Strategies for Self-Organization and Multimodal Output Coordination in Distributed Device Environments
	[OPEN] presenting (Yannick Körber) Customizable dynamic user interface distribution
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	Nifiseh Jafarian chairing (Yannick Körber) Customizable dynamic user interface distribution
	Sreekesh Prabhu Srinivas chairing (Yannick Körber) Strategies for Self-Organization and Multimodal Output Coordination in Distributed Device Environments
Slot 17.01.2017
	Kathrin Dernbecher presenting (Yannick Körber) Distributed User Interfaces : How to Distribute User Interface Elements across Users , Platforms , and Environments
	Ahmad TAIE presenting (Christian Bürckert) Rabble of Robots Effects: Number and Type of Robots Modulates Attitudes, Emotions, and Stereotypes
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	Muhammad Hammad Akhtar chairing (Yannick Körber) Distributed User Interfaces : How to Distribute User Interface Elements across Users , Platforms , and Environments
	Seyedmostafa Hosseini chairing (Christian Bürckert) Rabble of Robots Effects: Number and Type of Robots Modulates Attitudes, Emotions, and Stereotypes
Slot 24.01.2017
	Vladyslav Hnatovskiy presenting (Christian Bürckert) A Cognitive and Affective Architecture for Social Human-Robot Interaction
	Dhiman Chakraborty presenting (Yannick Körber) A Conceptual Framework for Developing Adaptive Multimodal Applications
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	Kathrin Dernbecher chairing (Christian Bürckert) A Cognitive and Affective Architecture for Social Human-Robot Interaction
	Fangzhou Zhai chairing (Yannick Körber) A Conceptual Framework for Developing Adaptive Multimodal Applications
Slot 31.01.2017
	Frank Baustert presenting (Christian Bürckert) Robot-Centric Activity Prediction from First-Person Videos: What Will They Do to Me?
	Shilpa Guruprasad presenting (Yannick Körber) A framework for the intelligent multimodal presentation of information
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	Vladyslav Hnatovskiy chairing (Yannick Körber) A framework for the intelligent multimodal presentation of information
	Martine Marx chairing (Christian Bürckert) Robot-Centric Activity Prediction from First-Person Videos: What Will They Do to Me?
Slot 07.02.2017
	Muhammad Hammad Akhtar presenting (Christian Bürckert) Efficient Model Learning from Joint-Action Demonstrations for Human-Robot Collaborative Tasks
	Sreekesh Prabhu Srinivas presenting (Christian Bürckert) Leading a Person Using Ethologically Inspired Autonomous Robot Behavior.
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	Frank Baustert chairing (Christian Bürckert) Leading a Person Using Ethologically Inspired Autonomous Robot Behavior.
	Johannes Lampel chairing (Christian Bürckert) Efficient Model Learning from Joint-Action Demonstrations for Human-Robot Collaborative Tasks

List of papers:

You can download your paper here: Download Paper. You should have received the password together with your admission notice.

  • Bevan, C., & Stanton Fraser, D. (2015). Shaking Hands and Cooperation in Tele-present Human-Robot Negotiation. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction - HRI ’15, 247–254. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696490
  • Manca, M., & Paternò, F. (2016). Customizable dynamic user interface distribution. Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems - EICS ’16, 27–37. http://doi.org/10.1145/2933242.2933259
  • Brščić, D., Kidokoro, H., Suehiro, Y., & Kanda, T. (2015). Escaping from Children’s Abuse of Social Robots. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 59–66. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696468
  • Coutaz, J., Nigay, L., Salber, D., Blandford, A., May, J., & Young, R. M. (1995). Four easy pieces for assessing the usability of multimodal interaction: the CARE properties. InterAct, (June), 1–7. http://doi.org/10.1.1.76.8635
  • Johal, W., Pellier, D., Adam, C., & Fiorino, H. (2015). A Cognitive and Affective Architecture for Social Human-Robot Interaction. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Extended Abstracts, 71–72. http://doi.org/10.1145/2701973.2702006
  • Malle, B. F., Scheutz, M., Arnold, T., Voiklis, J., & Cusimano, C. (2015). Sacrifice One For the Good of Many? People Apply Different Moral Norms to Human and Robot Agents. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 117–124. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696458
  • D Costa, C Duarte, International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, Adapting multimodal fission to user’s abilities
  • Nikolaidis, S., Ramakrishnan, R., Gu, K., & Shah, J. (2015). Efficient Model Learning from Joint-Action Demonstrations for Human-Robot Collaborative Tasks. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 189–196. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696455
  • Ryoo, M. S., Fuchs, T. J., Xia, L., Aggarwal, J. K., & Matthies, L. (2015). Robot-Centric Activity Prediction from First-Person Videos: What Will They Do to Me?, 295–302.
  • Monica, S. (2013). glueTK: A Framework For Multi-Modal, Multi-Display Human-Machine-Interaction, 329–337.
  • Salem, M., Lakatos, G., Amirabdollahian, F., & Dautenhahn, K. (2015). Would You Trust a (Faulty) Robot?: Effects of Error, Task Type and Personality on Human-Robot Cooperation and Trust. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 141–148. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696497
  • Duarte, C., & Carriço, L. (2006). A Conceptual Framework for Developing Adaptive Multimodal Applications. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, 132–139. http://doi.org/10.1145/1111449.1111481
  • Sherrin, S., & Smith, E. R. (2015). Rabble of Robots Effects: Number and Type of Robots Modulates Attitudes, Emotions, and Stereotypes 1, 109–116.
  • Takahashi, S., Márta, G., Korondi, P., Hashimoto, H., & Niitsuma, M. (2015). Leading a Person Using Ethologically Inspired Autonomous Robot Behavior. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Extended Abstracts, 87–88. http://doi.org/10.1145/2701973.2701985
  • Vanderdonckt, J. (2010). Distributed User Interfaces : How to Distribute User Interface Elements across Users , Platforms , and Environments. Environments, Proc. of X(April), 20--32.
  • Rousseau, C., Bellik, Y., Vernier, F., & Bazalgette, D. (2006). A framework for the intelligent multimodal presentation of information. Signal Processing, 86(12), 3696–3713. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.sigpro.2006.02.041
  • Perroud, D., & Angelini, L. (2012). Context-Based Generation of Multimodal Feedbacks for Natural Interaction in Smart Environments. AMBIENT 2012, The …, (c), 19–25. Retrieved from http://www.thinkmind.org/index.php?view=article&articleid=ambient_2012_1_40_70045
  • Honold, F., Schussel, F., Weber, M., Nothdurft, F., Bertrand, G., & Minker, W. (2013). Context models for adaptive dialogs and multimodal interaction. Proceedings - 9th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, IE 2013, 57–64. http://doi.org/10.1109/IE.2013.54
  • Elting, C., & Hellenschmidt, M. (2004). Strategies for Self-Organization and Multimodal Output Coordination in Distributed Device Environments. Proc. of the Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Systems 2004 (AIMS), 20–27.
  • Hoffman, G., Zuckerman, O., Hirschberger, G., Luria, M., & Shani-sherman, T. (2015). Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Robotic Conversation Companion. Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 3–10. http://doi.org/10.1145/2696454.2696495