I See What You See: Inferring Sensor and Policy Models of Human Real-World Motor Behavior

@inproceedings{Schmitt2017ISW,
  title={I See What You See: Inferring Sensor and Policy Models of Human Real-World Motor Behavior},
  author={Felix Schmitt and Hans-Joachim Bieg and Michael Herman and Constantin A. Rothkopf},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2017}
}
Human motor behavior is naturally guided by sensing the environment. To predict such sensori-motor behavior, it is necessary to model what is sensed and how actions are chosen based on the obtained sensory measurements. Although several models of human sensing haven been proposed, rarely data of the assumed sensory measurements is available. This makes statistical estimation of sensor models problematic. To overcome this issue, we propose an abstract structural estimation approach building on… CONTINUE READING

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