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IROS
2006
IEEE
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9 years 6 months ago
Learning Sensory-Motor Maps for Redundant Robots
— Humanoid robots are routinely engaged in tasks requiring the coordination between multiple degrees of freedom and sensory inputs, often achieved through the use of sensorymotor...
Manuel Lopes, José Santos-Victor
TROB
2008
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9 years 1 days ago
Learning Object Affordances: From Sensory-Motor Coordination to Imitation
Affordances encode relationships between actions, objects and effects. They play an important role on basic cognitive capabilities such as prediction and planning. We address the p...
Luis Montesano, Manuel Lopes, Alexandre Bernardino...
ICRA
2003
IEEE
141views Robotics» more  ICRA 2003»
9 years 5 months ago
Visual transformations in gesture imitation: what you see is what you do
We propose an approach for a robot to imitate the gestures of a human demonstrator. Our framework consists solely of two components: a Sensory-Motor Map (SMM) and a View-Point Tra...
Manuel Cabido-Lopes, José Santos-Victor
IROS
2007
IEEE
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A learning framework for generic sensory-motor maps
— We present a new approach to cope with unknown redundant systems. For this we present i) an online algorithm that learns general input-output restrictions and, ii) a method tha...
Manuel Lopes, Bruno D. Damas
IROS
2008
IEEE
144views Robotics» more  IROS 2008»
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Task maps in humanoid robot manipulation
— This paper presents an integrative approach to solve the coupled problem of reaching and grasping an object in a cluttered environment with a humanoid robot. While finding an ...
Michael Gienger, Marc Toussaint, Christian Goerick
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