Chapter 13 REMEMBERING HOW TO BEHAVE : RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS FOR ADAPTIVE ROBOT BEHAVIOR

@inproceedings{Ziemke1999Chapter1R,
  title={Chapter 13 REMEMBERING HOW TO BEHAVE : RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS FOR ADAPTIVE ROBOT BEHAVIOR},
  author={Tom Ziemke},
  year={1999}
}
The use of artificial neural networks (ANNs) in robots and autonomous agents has during the 1990s become the subject of research in various disciplines, and a number of collections on different aspects of this topic have appeared [Bekey, 1993, Brooks, 1998, Omidvar, 1997, Sharkey, 1997, Ziemke, 1998, Ziemke, 1999]. Roboticists and ANN researchers naturally have an interest in neural robot control and learning, but furthermore this type of system has attracted much attention in embodied AI and… CONTINUE READING

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