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Cooperative multi-task assignment for heterogonous UAVs
This research is focused on the cooperative multi-task assignment problem for heterogeneous UAVs, where a set of multiple tasks, each requiring a predetermined number of UAVs, have to be completed at specific locations. ...
Simultaneous human-robot adaptation for effective skill transfer
In this paper, we propose and implement a human-in-the loop robot skill synthesis framework that involves simultaneous adaptation of the human and the robot. In this framework, the human demonstrator learns to control the ...
Dynamic movement primitives for human movement recognition
Dynamic Movement Primitives (DMPs)-originally a method for movement trajectory generation  has been also used for recognition tasks [2, 3]. However there has not been a systematic comparison between other recognition ...
Staged development of robot skills: behavior formation, affordance learning and imitation
Inspired by infant development, we propose a three staged developmental framework for an anthropomorphic robot manipulator. In the first stage, the robot is initialized with a basic reach-and- enclose-on-contact movement ...
Minimal sign representation of boolean functions: algorithms and exact results for low dimensions
(MIT Press, 2015-08)
Boolean functions (BFs) are central in many fields of engineering and mathematics, such as cryptography, circuit design, and combinatorics. Moreover, they provide a simple framework for studying neural computation mechanisms ...
Parental scaffolding as a bootstrapping mechanism for learning grasp affordances and imitation skills
(Cambridge University Press, 2015-06)
Parental scaffolding is an important mechanism that speeds up infant sensorimotor development. Infants pay stronger attention to the features of the objects highlighted by parents, and their manipulation skills develop ...
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