Towards Robot Intermodal Matching Using Spiking Neurons

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Title: Towards Robot Intermodal Matching Using Spiking Neurons
Authors: Eneje,E.,
Item Type: Conference Paper
Abstract: For a robot to successfully learn from demonstration it must posses the ability to reproduce the actions of a teacher. For this to happen, the robot must generate motor signals to match its proprioceptively perceived state with that of the visually perceived state of a teacher. In this paper we describe a real time matching model at a neural level of description. Experimental results from matching of arm movements, using dynamically simulated articulated robots, are presented.
Editors: Billard, A
Siegwart, R
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2003
Start Page: 95
End Page: 99
Copyright Statement: © 2003 The Authors
Conference Name: IROS'03 Workshop on Programming by Demonstration
Conference Location: Las Vegas, USA
Publication Status: Published
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Start Date: 2003-10-31
Finish Date: 2003-10-31
Conference Place: Las Vegas, USA
Appears in Collections:Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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