The end of the beginning - a reflection on the first five years of the HRI conference (2011)
This study presents a historical overview of the International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI). It summarizes its growth, internationalization and collaboration. Rankings for countries, organizations and authors are provided. Furthermore, an analysis of the military funding for HRI papers is performed. Approximately 20% of the papers are funded by the US Military. The proportion of papers from the US is around 65% and the dominant role of the US is only challenged by the strong position of Japan, in particular by the contributions by ATR.
CitationBartneck C (2011). The end of the beginning - a reflection on the first five years of the HRI conference. Scientometrics. 86(2). 487-504.
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KeywordsHRI; Conference; Military; Bibliometrics
ANZSRC Fields of Research08 - Information and Computing Sciences
17 - Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
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