Autonomous Identification and Goal-Directed Invocation of Event-Predictive Behavioral Primitives

@article{Gumbsch2019AutonomousIA,
  title={Autonomous Identification and Goal-Directed Invocation of Event-Predictive Behavioral Primitives},
  author={Christian Gumbsch and M. Butz and G. Martius},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1902.09948}
}
  • Christian Gumbsch, M. Butz, G. Martius
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Voluntary behavior of humans appears to be composed of small, elementary building blocks or behavioral primitives. While this modular organization seems crucial for the learning of complex motor skills and the flexible adaption of behavior to new circumstances, the problem of learning meaningful, compositional abstractions from sensorimotor experiences remains an open challenge. Here, we introduce a computational learning architecture, termed surprise-based behavioral modularization into event… CONTINUE READING

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