RESNA 28th Annual Conference - Atlanta, Georgia
Barbara Prazak, Stefan Mina, Gernot Kronreif
ARC Seibersdorf research GmbH
A-2444 Seibersdorf, Austria
This paper describes the methods and outcome of the evaluation of user behavior and learning effects on a new system for robot supported playing. To gain in-depth knowledge in user interaction the system is quipped with a data logging tool. A long-term study is performed and a variety of statistical methods are applied to determine changes in interaction and playing abilities and lead to a promising tool for diagnosis and assessment. The first findings of the study are described and an outlook of future activities is given.
Robotics, statistical evaluation, user behavior, children with disabilities
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