Cognitive agents - a procedural perspective relying on the predictability of Object-Action-Complexes (OACs)

@article{Wrgtter2009CognitiveA,
  title={Cognitive agents - a procedural perspective relying on the predictability of Object-Action-Complexes (OACs)},
  author={Florentin W{\"o}rg{\"o}tter and Alejandro Agostini and Norbert Kr{\"u}ger and N. Shylo and Bernd Porr},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={420-432}
}
Embodied cognition suggests that complex cognitive traits can only arise when agents have a body situated in the world. The aspects of embodiment and situatedness are being discussed here from the perspective of linear systems theory. This perspective treats bodies as dynamic, temporally variable entities, which can be extended (or curtailed) at their boundaries. We show how acting agents can, for example, actively extend their body for some time by incorporating predictably behaving parts of… CONTINUE READING
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