- Mikhail Frank, Jürgen Leitner, Marijn F. Stollenga, Alexander Förster, Jürgen Schmidhuber:
Curiosity driven reinforcement learning for motion planning on humanoids.
- Francesco Lacquaniti, Mauro Carrozzo, Andrea d'Avella, Barbara La Scaleia, Alessandro Moscatelli, Myrka Zago:
How long did it last? You would better ask a human.
- James Law, Patricia Shaw, Kevin Earland, Michael Sheldon, Mark H. Lee:
A psychology based approach for longitudinal development in cognitive robotics.
- Dennis Goldschmidt, Florentin Wörgötter, Poramate Manoonpong:
Biologically-inspired adaptive obstacle negotiation behavior of hexapod robots.
- Julien Vitay, Fred H. Hamker:
Timing and expectation of reward: a neuro-computational model of the afferents to the ventral tegmental area.
- Eliane Schreuder, Marco R. Hoeksma, Monique A. M. Smeets, Gün R. Semin:
The effects of odor and body posture on perceived duration.
- Serena Ivaldi, Salvatore Maria Anzalone, Woody Rousseau, Olivier Sigaud, Mohamed Chetouani:
Robot initiative in a team learning task increases the rhythm of interaction but not the perceived engagement.
- Nicholas Wilkinson, Giorgio Metta:
Bilateral gain control; an "innate predisposition" for all sorts of things.
- Arjan Gijsberts, Rashida Bohra, David Sierra González, Alexander Werner, Markus Nowak, Barbara Caputo, Máximo A. Roa, Claudio Castellini:
Stable myoelectric control of a hand prosthesis using non-linear incremental learning.
- Michail Maniadakis, Panos E. Trahanias:
Time models and cognitive processes: a review.
- Jirí Wackermann, Karin Meissner, Dharol Tankersley, Marc Wittmann:
Effects of emotional valence and arousal on acoustic duration reproduction assessed via the "dual klepsydra model".
- Thiago S. Gouvêa, Tiago Monteiro, Sofia Soares, Bassam V. Atallah, Joseph J. Paton:
Ongoing behavior predicts perceptual report of interval duration.
- Roy De Kleijn, George Kachergis, Bernhard Hommel:
Everyday robotic action: lessons from human action control.
- Ritta Baddoura, Gentiane Venture:
Human motion characteristics in relation to feeling familiar or frightened during an announced short interaction with a proactive humanoid.
- Zhijie Zhang, Lina Jia, Weicong Ren:
Time changes with feeling of speed: an embodied perspective.
- Olga Pollatos, Azamat Yeldesbay, Arkady Pikovsky, Michael Rosenblum:
How much time has passed? Ask your heart.
- Xavier Hinaut, Maxime Petit, Grégoire Pointeau, Peter F. Dominey:
Exploring the acquisition and production of grammatical constructions through human-robot interaction with echo state networks.
- Antoine Hiolle, Matthew Lewis, Lola Cañamero:
Arousal regulation and affective adaptation to human responsiveness by a robot that explores and learns a novel environment.
- Hazem Toutounji, Frank Pasemann:
Behavior control in the sensorimotor loop with short-term synaptic dynamics induced by self-regulating neurons.
- Jaewook Yoo, Jaerock Kwon, Yoonsuck Choe:
Predictable internal brain dynamics in EEG and its relation to conscious states.
- Emmanuele Tidoni, Pierre Gergondet, Abderrahmane Kheddar, Salvatore Maria Aglioti:
Audio-visual feedback improves the BCI performance in the navigational control of a humanoid robot.
- André Cyr, Mounir Boukadoum, Frédéric Thériault:
Operant conditioning: a minimal components requirement in artificial spiking neurons designed for bio-inspired robot's controller.
- Claudio Castellini, Panagiotis K. Artemiadis, Michael Wininger, Arash Ajoudani, Merkur Alimusaj, Antonio Bicchi, Barbara Caputo, William Craelius, Strahinja Dosen, Kevin B. Englehart, Dario Farina, Arjan Gijsberts, Sasha B. Godfrey, Levi J. Hargrove, Mark Ison, Todd A. Kuiken, Marko Markovic, Patrick M. Pilarski, Rüdiger Rupp, Erik J. Scheme:
Proceedings of the first workshop on Peripheral Machine Interfaces: going beyond traditional surface electromyography.
- Cai Li, Robert Lowe, Tom Ziemke:
A Novel Approach to Locomotion Learning: Actor-Critic Architecture using Central Pattern Generators and Dynamic Motor Primitives.
- Vikram Ravindra, Claudio Castellini:
A Comparative Analysis of Three Non-Invasive Human-Machine Interfaces for the Disabled.
- Michail Maniadakis, Marc Wittmann, Sylvie Droit-Volet, Yoonsuck Choe:
Toward embodied artificial cognition: TIME is on my side.
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