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ICAPR
2005
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
Recognition Tasks Are Imitation Games
There is need for more formal specification of recognition tasks. Currently, it is common to use labeled training samples to illustrate the task to be performed. The mathematical ...
Richard Zanibbi, Dorothea Blostein, James R. Cordy
ICPR
2006
IEEE
11 years 21 days ago
Bayesian Imitation of Human Behavior in Interactive Computer Games
Modern interactive computer games provide the ability to objectively record complex human behavior, offering a variety of interesting challenges to the pattern-recognition communi...
Bernard Gorman, Christian Bauckhage, Christian Thu...
IROS
2007
IEEE
136views Robotics» more  IROS 2007»
10 years 5 months ago
Affordance-based imitation learning in robots
— In this paper we build an imitation learning algorithm for a humanoid robot on top of a general world model provided by learned object affordances. We consider that the robot h...
Manuel Lopes, Francisco S. Melo, Luis Montesano
JMLR
2010
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9 years 6 months ago
Efficient Reductions for Imitation Learning
Imitation Learning, while applied successfully on many large real-world problems, is typically addressed as a standard supervised learning problem, where it is assumed the trainin...
Stéphane Ross, Drew Bagnell
JMLR
2010
136views more  JMLR 2010»
9 years 6 months ago
Conceptual Imitation Learning: An Application to Human-robot Interaction
In general, imitation is imprecisely used to address different levels of social learning from high level knowledge transfer to low level regeneration of motor commands. However, t...
Hossein Hajimirsadeghi, Majid Nili Ahmadabadi, Mos...
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