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Learning to grasp with parental scaffolding
Parental scaffolding is an important mechanism utilized by infants during their development. Infants, for example, pay stronger attention to the features of objects highlighted by parents and learn the way of manipulating ...
Cognition-enabled robot manipulation in human environments: requirements, recent work, and open problems
Service robots are expected to play an important role in our daily lives as our companions in home and work environments in the near future. An important requirement for fulfilling this expectation is to equip robots with ...
A shared control method for online human-in-the-loop robot learning based on Locally Weighted Regression
We propose a novel method that arbitrates the control between the human and the robot actors in a teaching-by-demonstration setting to form synergy between the two and facilitate effective skill synthesis on the robot. We ...
Modeling the development of infant imitation using inverse reinforcement learning
Little is known about the computational mechanisms of how imitation skills develop along with infant sensorimotor learning. In robotics, there are several well developed frameworks for imitation learning or so called ...
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