Antoine Hiolle
Antoine Hiolle
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Multimodal child-robot interaction: Building social bonds
T Belpaeme, P Baxter, R Read, R Wood, H Cuayáhuitl, B Kiefer, ...
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 1 (2), 33-53, 2012
Towards long-term social child-robot interaction: using multi-activity switching to engage young users
A Coninx, P Baxter, E Oleari, S Bellini, B Bierman, O Henkemans, ...
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 2016
Interpretation of emotional body language displayed by robots
A Beck, A Hiolle, A Mazel, L Cañamero
Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on Affective interaction in …, 2010
Long-term human-robot interaction with young users
P Baxter, T Belpaeme, L Canamero, P Cosi, Y Demiris, V Enescu, A Hiolle, ...
IEEE/ACM human-robot interaction 2011 conference (robots with children …, 2011
Interpretation of emotional body language displayed by a humanoid robot: A case study with children
A Beck, L Cañamero, A Hiolle, L Damiano, P Cosi, F Tesser, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 5, 325-334, 2013
Eliciting caregiving behavior in dyadic human-robot attachment-like interactions
A Hiolle, L Canamero, M Davila-Ross, KA Bard
ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems (TiiS) 2 (1), 1-24, 2012
Grounding synthetic knowledge: An epistemological framework and criteria of relevance for the synthetic exploration of life, affect and social cognition (full article)
L Damiano, A Hiolle, L Cañamero
ECAL 2011: The 11th European Conference on Artificial Life, 2011
An event-based conversational system for the nao robot
I Kruijff-Korbayová, G Athanasopoulos, A Beck, P Cosi, H Cuayáhuitl, ...
Proceedings of the Paralinguistic Information and its Integration in Spoken …, 2011
A practical survey on visual odometry for autonomous driving in challenging scenarios and conditions
LR Agostinho, NM Ricardo, MI Pereira, A Hiolle, AM Pinto
IEEE Access 10, 72182-72205, 2022
Arousal regulation and affective adaptation to human responsiveness by a robot that explores and learns a novel environment
A Hiolle, M Lewis, L Cañamero
Frontiers in neurorobotics 8, 17, 2014
Building a game scenario to encourage children with autism to recognize and label emotions using a humanoid robot
S Costa, F Soares, AP Pereira, C Santos, A Hiolle
The 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2014
Socio-emotional development in high functioning children with Autism Spectrum Disorders using a humanoid robot
FO Soares, SC Costa, CP Santos, APS Pereira, AR Hiolle, V Silva
Interaction Studies 20 (2), 205-233, 2019
Assessing human reactions to different robot attachment profiles
A Hiolle, KA Bard, L Canamero
RO-MAN 2009-The 18th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human …, 2009
A pilot study using imitation and storytelling scenarios as activities for labelling emotions by children with autism using a humanoid robot
S Costa, F Soares, AP Pereira, C Santos, A Hiolle
4th International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic …, 2014
Using perlin noise to generate emotional expressions in a robot
A Beck, A Hiolle, L Cañamero
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
Using the interaction rhythm as a natural reinforcement signal for social robots: A matter of belief
A Hiolle, L Cañamero, P Andry, A Blanchard, P Gaussier
International Conference on Social Robotics, 81-89, 2010
Natural emotion elicitation for emotion modeling in child-robot interactions.
W Wang, G Athanasopoulos, S Yilmazyildiz, G Patsis, V Enescu, H Sahli, ...
WOCCI, 51-56, 2014
Developing sensorimotor associations through attachment bonds.
A Hiolle, L Canamero
Lund University, 2007
Why should you care?: An arousal-based model of exploratory behavior for autonomous robots
A Hiolle, L Canamero
Artificial Life XI, 2008
Learning to interact with the caretaker: A developmental approach
A Hiolle, L Canamero, AJ Blanchard
Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction: Second International …, 2007
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