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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 ...
Real-time decoding of arm kinematics during grasping based on F5 neural spike data
(Springer International Publishing, 2017)
Several studies have shown that the information related to grip type, object identity and kinematics of monkey grasping actions is available in macaque cortical areas of F5, MI, and AIP. In particular, these studies show ...
Emotion as an emergent phenomenon of the neurocomputational energy regulation mechanism of a cognitive agent in a decision-making task
Biological agents need to complete perception-action cycles to perform various cognitive and biological tasks such as maximizing their wellbeing and their chances of genetic continuation. However, the processes performed ...
On the co-absence of input terms in higher order neuron representation of boolean functions
(Springer International Publishin, 2017)
Boolean functions (BFs) can be represented by using polynomial functions when −1 and +1 are used represent True and False respectively. The coefficients of the representing polynomial can be obtained by exact interpolation ...
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