As human-robot interaction rapidly spreads in numerous fields, the subject of robot acceptance gains increasing importance. Visual similarity to the human body, as occurs for humanoids, is generally not enough to guarantee acceptance in physical interaction, as acceptance directly links to comfort and ergonomics, which are measured in terms of the quality of the robot movement perceived by the human. This paper discusses the connection between comfort and similarity of the robot movement to the human one.

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[1] Rosanna Coccaro, Antonio Parziale, "Supplementary Materials", IEEE Dataport, 2024. [Online]. Available: Accessed: Apr. 22, 2024.
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1. Rosanna Coccaro, Antonio Parziale. Supplementary Materials [Internet]. IEEE Dataport; 2024. Available from :
Rosanna Coccaro, Antonio Parziale. "Supplementary Materials." doi: 10.21227/amq5-qp90