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ADAPT: A Cognitive Architecture for Robotics

@inproceedings{Benjamin2004ADAPTAC,
  title={ADAPT: A Cognitive Architecture for Robotics},
  author={D. Paul Benjamin and Damian M. Lyons and Deryle W. Lonsdale},
  booktitle={ICCM},
  year={2004}
}
ADAPT (Adaptive Dynamics and Active Perception for Thought) is a cognitive architecture specifically designed for robotics. The ADAPT architecture is in the initial state of development. ADAPT manipulates a hierarchy of perceptual and planning schemas that include explicit temporal information and that can be executed in parallel. Perception is active, which means that all perceptual processing is goaldirected and context-sensitive, even down to the raw sensory data. This paper describes the… Expand
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