Developmental Perception of the Self and Action

@article{Saegusa2014DevelopmentalPO,
  title={Developmental Perception of the Self and Action},
  author={Ryo Saegusa and Giorgio Metta and Giulio Sandini and Lorenzo Natale},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={183-202}
}
This paper describes a developmental framework for action-driven perception in anthropomorphic robots. The key idea of the framework is that action generation develops the agent's perception of its own body and actions. Action-driven development is critical for identifying changing body parts and understanding the effects of actions in unknown or nonstationary environments. We embedded minimal knowledge into the robot's cognitive system in the form of motor synergies and actions to allow motor… CONTINUE READING
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