• Published 2010

A Behavior Analytic Paradigm for Adaptive Autonomous Agents

@inproceedings{Hutchison2010ABA,
  title={A Behavior Analytic Paradigm for Adaptive Autonomous Agents},
  author={William R. Hutchison},
  year={2010}
}
B ehavior Analysis, the scientific study of animal and human behavior and learning described extensively on this Internet site (www.behavior.org), provides a strong conceptual framework for intelligent computer systems known as adaptive autonomous agents. Even as the weaknesses of existing approaches to computer agents are becoming more obvious, many trends in the field are moving toward the approaches in behavior analysis, including reinforcement learning, behavior-based robotics, vision… CONTINUE READING

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