Cognitive Developmental Robotics: A Survey

@article{Asada2009CognitiveDR,
  title={Cognitive Developmental Robotics: A Survey},
  author={Minoru Asada and Koh Hosoda and Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Hiroshi Ishiguro and Toshio Inui and Yuichiro Yoshikawa and Masaki Ogino and Chisato Yoshida},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development},
  year={2009},
  volume={1},
  pages={12-34}
}
Cognitive developmental robotics (CDR) aims to provide new understanding of how human's higher cognitive functions develop by means of a synthetic approach that developmentally constructs cognitive functions. The core idea of CDR is ldquophysical embodimentrdquo that enables information structuring through interactions with the environment, including other agents. The idea is shaped based on the hypothesized development model of human cognitive functions from body representation to social… 
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