A.S. Yuschenko
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU), Professor, Head of chair, Izmailovskaya pl., 7, Moscow, Russia, tel.: +7(499)165-17-01,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The most complicated and responsible tasks are fulfilled by robots under human control. But now human-robot interaction cannot be said to be as traditional, as it used to be. The robot has its own sensor system and knowledge database to solve some of the tasks independently. That's why the problem of human-robot interaction is possible to discuss in the context of cooperation within task solving process in relation to the environments. Putting the problem in this aspect, special methods' development is necessary to describe and plan joint human-robot interaction. Application of fuzzy logics instruments and linguistic variables seem to be the most effective way to formalize the problem [1]. The paper observes the latest investigations in this area.

Key words
Human, robot, intelligence, cooperation, perspectives, group.

Year 2014 Issue number 1 Consecutive issue number 2 Pages 4-9
UDC identifier: 004.896:007.51



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