Abstraction Levels for Robotic Imitation: Overview and Computational Approaches

@inproceedings{Lopes2010AbstractionLF,
  title={Abstraction Levels for Robotic Imitation: Overview and Computational Approaches},
  author={Manuel Lopes and Francisco S. Melo and Luis Montesano and Jos{\'e} Santos-Victor},
  booktitle={From Motor Learning to Interaction Learning in Robots},
  year={2010}
}
ion Levels for Robotic Imitation: Overview and Computational Approaches Manuel Lopes, Francisco Melo, Luis Montesano and José Santos-Victor Abstract This chapter reviews several approaches to the problem of learning by imitation in robotics. We start by describing several cognitive processes identified in the literature as necessary for imitation. We then proceed by surveying different approaches to this problem, placing particular emphasys on methods whereby an agent first learns about its own… CONTINUE READING
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