Roger K Moore


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Roger K

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Moore

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2017 Is Spoken Language All-or-Nothing? Implications for Future Speech-Based Human-Machine Interaction in DIALOGUES WITH SOCIAL ROBOTS
  • 2017 You Made Him Be Alive: Children’s Perceptions of Animacy in a Humanoid Robot in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2017 Children’s Age Influences Their Use of Biological and Mechanical Questions Towards a Humanoid in TOWARDS AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS
  • 2017 Voice Restoration After Laryngectomy Based on Magnetic Sensing of Articulator Movement and Statistical Articulation-to-Speech Conversion in BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES
  • 2017 A Biomimetic Vocalisation System for MiRo in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2017 Towards an Intraoral-Based Silent Speech Restoration System for Post-laryngectomy Voice Replacement in BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES
  • 2016 Congratulations, It’s a Boy! Bench-Marking Children’s Perceptions of the Robokind Zeno-R25 in TOWARDS AUTONOMOUS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS
  • 2016 Towards a Synthetic Tutor Assistant: The EASEL Project and its Architecture in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2016 The EASEL Project: Towards Educational Human-Robot Symbiotic Interaction in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2016 Designing Robot Personalities for Human-Robot Symbiotic Interaction in an Educational Context in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2015 Integrating User-Centred Design in the Development of a Silent Speech Interface Based on Permanent Magnetic Articulography in BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES
  • 2015 Children’s Age Influences Their Perceptions of a Humanoid Robot as Being Like a Person or Machine in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2014 Optimising Robot Personalities for Symbiotic Interaction in BIOMIMETIC AND BIOHYBRID SYSTEMS
  • 2014 The Uncanny Valley: A Focus on Misaligned Cues in SOCIAL ROBOTICS
  • 2014 Spoken Language Processing: Time to Look Outside? in STATISTICAL LANGUAGE AND SPEECH PROCESSING
  • 2013 Spoken Language Processing: Where Do We Go from Here? in YOUR VIRTUAL BUTLER
  • 2012-12 A Bayesian explanation of the ‘Uncanny Valley’ effect and related psychological phenomena in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2012-07 Generating context-sensitive ECA responses to user barge-in interruptions in JOURNAL ON MULTIMODAL USER INTERFACES
  • 2011 Interacting with Purpose (and Feeling!): What Neuropsychology and the Performing Arts Can Tell Us About ’Real’ Spoken Language Behaviour in PROCEEDINGS OF THE PARALINGUISTIC INFORMATION AND ITS INTEGRATION IN SPOKEN DIALOGUE SYSTEMS WORKSHOP
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