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Robotic Architecture Inspired on Behavior Analysis

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Robotic Architecture Inspired on Behavior Analysis
Learning by human tutelage means that a human being guides the attention of a robot or agent in order to teach it a given concept. This kind of learning is very important to developing a robotic architecture for social robots. Social robots are embodied agents that are part of a heterogeneous society of robots and humans. The use of a robotic architecture may strongly reduce the time and effort required to construct a social robot. Such architecture must have structures and mechanisms to allow perception and attention, to enable a social robot to realize the richness of the human behavior and of the environment, and to learn from social interactions. In this paper, a robotic architecture inspired on Behavior Analysis is presented with two different learning algorithms, learning by Contingency and by Economic TG, for controlling a robotic head. For interaction between human and head robotic, it has also been developed a multimodal interface. The multimodal interface employs mechanism...
Claudio A. Policastro, Roseli A. F. Romero, Giovan
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where IJCNN
Authors Claudio A. Policastro, Roseli A. F. Romero, Giovana Zuliani
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