Combining Planning with Gaze for Online Human Intention Recognition
Ronal Singh, Tim Miller, Joshua Newn, Liz Sonenberg, Eduardo Velloso, Frank Vetere
Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, AAMAS | ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY | Published : 2018
Intention recognition is the process of using behavioural cues to infer an agent's goals or future behaviour. People use many behavioural cues to infer others' intentions, such as deliberative actions, facial expressions, eye gaze, and gestures. In artificial intelligence, two approaches for intention recognition, among others, are gaze-based and model-based intention recognition. Approaches in the former class use gaze to determine which parts of a space a person looks at more often to infer a person's intention. Approaches in the latter use models of possible future behaviour to rate intentions as more likely if they are a better 'fit' to observed actions. In this paper, we propose a novel..View full abstract
Awarded by Defence Science and Technology Group CERA Grant
This work was supported by two Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship, the Microsoft Research Centre for Social NUI, and Defence Science and Technology Group CERA Grant 02.