Kim Baraka
Kim Baraka
Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University / Instituto Superior Técnico
Verified email at andrew.cmu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Low cost arduino/android-based energy-efficient home automation system with smart task scheduling
K Baraka, M Ghobril, S Malek, R Kanj, A Kayssi
2013 Fifth international conference on computational intelligence …, 2013
1262013
Expressive lights for revealing mobile service robot state
K Baraka, A Paiva, M Veloso
Robot 2015: Second Iberian Robotics Conference, 107-119, 2016
362016
Enhancing human understanding of a mobile robot's state and actions using expressive lights
K Baraka, S Rosenthal, M Veloso
2016 25th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2016
282016
Mobile service robot state revealing through expressive lights: formalism, design, and evaluation
K Baraka, MM Veloso
International Journal of Social Robotics 10 (1), 65-92, 2018
192018
An infrastructure-aided cooperative spectrum sensing scheme for vehicular ad hoc networks
K Baraka, L Safatly, H Artail, A Ghandour, A El-Hajj
Ad Hoc Networks 25, 197-212, 2015
162015
Adaptive interaction of persistent robots to user temporal preferences
K Baraka, M Veloso
International Conference on Social Robotics, 61-71, 2015
122015
Simulating behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders through reversal of the autism diagnosis process
K Baraka, FS Melo, M Veloso
EPIA Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 753-765, 2017
42017
Effective Non-Verbal Communication for Mobile Robots using Expressive Lights
K Baraka
Diss. Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, 2016
32016
Interactive robots with model-based ‘autism-like’ behaviors
K Baraka, FS Melo, M Veloso
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 10 (1), 103-116, 2019
22019
An Optimization Approach for Structured Agent-Based Provider/Receiver Tasks
K Baraka, M Couto, FS Melo, M Veloso
International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2019
22019
‘Autistic Robots’ for Embodied Emulation of Behaviors Typically Seen in Children with Different Autism Severities
K Baraka, FS Melo, M Veloso
International Conference on Social Robotics, 105-114, 2017
22017
Data-driven generation of synthetic behavioral feature vectors modeling children with autism spectrum disorders
K Baraka, FS Melo, M Veloso
2017 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and …, 2017
22017
An Approach for Personalized Social Interactions between a Therapeutic Robot and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
K Baraka, M Couto, FS Melo, A Paiva, M Veloso
http://gaips.inesc-id.pt/component/gaips/publications/showPublication/3/597, 2019
12019
An extended framework for characterizing social robots
K Baraka, P Alves-Oliveira, T Ribeiro
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.09873, 2019
2019
Proceedings of the Workshop on Social Robots in Therapy: Focusing on Autonomy and Ethical Challenges
PG Esteban, DH García, HR Lee, P Chevalier, P Baxter, CL Bethel, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.07613, 2018
2018
Human-Robot Collaborative Dance
N Baheti, K Baraka, P Calhoun, L Zhang
2016
Garfield++ simulations related to the ALICE TPC
K Baraka
2013
Multi-Channel Expression of State Information in a Mobile Service Robot using Animated Lights
K Baraka, M Veloso
Enabling Role-Reversible Human-Robot Interaction by Leveraging Standardized Provider-Receiver Tools
K Baraka
Towards an Embodied Simulator of Autistic Child Behaviors: an Improved Method for Selecting Simulated Behaviors
K Baraka, FS Melo, M Veloso
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