[robotics-worldwide] [journals] Deadline Extended - Pattern Recognition Letter: Special Issue on User Profiling and Behavior Adaptation for Human-Robot Interaction
silvia.rossi at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 05:02:56 PDT 2016
due to multiple requests the deadline of the special issue on
User Profiling and Behavior Adaptation for Human-Robot Interaction
of the Pattern Recognition Letter journal has been extended to 20th of
Submission period – September 1st /October 20th, 2016
First review notification – December 10th, 2016
Revision submission – January 31st, 2017
Second review notification – March 1st, 2017
Final notice of acceptance/rejection – April 1st, 2017
The development of social robots that interact with humans have become
an important focus of robotics research leading to several research and industrial
projects been funded. For improved and natural human-robot cooperation, human
users learn how to interact with the robot but, at the time, the robotic systems should
adapt to the users. This adaptation requires learning a model of human behavior and
integrating this model into the decision-making algorithm of the robot. Creating
robotic systems capable of correctly model and recognize the human behavior and of
adapting their behaviors to the user is a very critical and open task, especially in the
domain of assistive robotics and when working with vulnerable user populations.
The aim of this Special Issue is to bring together the works of many experts in this
multidisciplinary subject, that involves different competences and knowledge, which
span from machine learning to user profiling and to robot behavior control. The Special
Issue serves to highlight the advances from a wide-angle perspective on the topic, as
well as to further stimulate excellent fundamental and applied research on compiling
the state of the art in this subject.
Topics of interest
Include, but are not limited to:
- Assistive Robotics
- User Profiling
- Adaptive Behavior
- Activity Recognition
- Intention Recognition
- Multi-sensor fusion
- Ambient Assisted Living
- HRI and Personalization
- Robot Learning
- Adaptive Planning
Prospective authors are invited to upload their manuscripts during the submissions period.
Papers should be prepared by adhering to the PRLetters guidelines. When uploading their
papers through the online system, Authors should select “SI:UP4HRI” when they reach the
“Article Type” step in the submission process to make it clear that they are submitting to this SI.
Contributors will be informed that their papers should not have been published previously,
nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. If the submissions are extended works
of previously published papers, the original works should be included and a description of
the changes that have been made should be provided.
Guest editors will make an initial determination of the suitability and scope of all submissions.
More information at:
Looking forward to your submissions.
Silvia Rossi, PhD
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology - D.I.E.T.I.
University of Naples Federico II
Via Claudio, 21, 80125 - Naples, Italy
phone: +39 081 679963
e-mail: silvia.rossi at unina.it
e-mail: silvia.rossi at gmail.com
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