Socially Intelligent Agents - The Human in the Loop

Special Issue

IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans


published by


edited by

Kerstin Dautenhahn

University of Hertfordshire


Volume 31, Number 5, September 2001


Call for Papers


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Table of Contents:


Guest Editorial: Socially Intelligent Agents - The Human in the Loop

Kerstin Dautenhahn

pp. 345 -348


Full Papers:


Understanding Socially Intelligent Agents - A Multi-Layered Phenomenon

Per Persson, Jarmo Laaksolahti, Peter Lonnqvist

pp. 349 -360


The child behind the character

Ana Paiva, Isabel Machado, Rui Prada

pp. 361 -368


Agents supported adaptive group awareness: Smart distance and WWWare

Yiming Ye, Stephen Boies, Paul Huang, John K. Tsotsos

pp. 369 -380


Socially intelligent reasoning for autonomous agents

Lisa Hogg and N. Jennings

pp. 381 -393


Evaluating humanoid synthetic agents in e-retail applications

Helen McBreen, Mervyn Jack

pp. 394 -405


The Human in the Loop of a Delegated Agent: The Theory of Adjustable Social Autonomy

Rino Falcone and Cristiano Castelfranchi

pp. 406 -418


Learning and Interacting in Human-Robot Domains

Monica N. Nicolescu and Maja J. Mataric

pp. 419 -430


Learning and communication via imitation: an autonomous robot perspective

P. Andry, P. Gaussier, S. Moga, J. P. Banquet, J. Nadel

pp. 431 -442


Active vision for sociable robots

Cynthia Breazeal, Aaron Edsinger, Paul Fitzpatrick, Brian Scassellati

pp. 443 -453


Technical Correspondences:


I Show You How I Like You: Can You Read it in My Face?

Lola D. Canamero, Jakob Fredslund

pp. 454 -459


Diminishing returns of engineering effort in telerobotic systems

Myra Wilson, Mark Neal

pp. 459 -465


Let's Talk! Socially Intelligent Agents for Language Conversation Training

Helmut Prendinger, Mitsuru Ishizuka

pp. 465 -471