Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions

@inproceedings{Nehaniv2009ImitationAS,
  title={Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions},
  author={C. Nehaniv and K. Dautenhahn},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction: The constructive interdisciplinary viewpoint for understanding mechanisms and models of imitation and social learning Kerstin Dautenhahn and Chrystopher L. Nehaniv Part I. Correspondence Problems and Mechanisms: 1. Imitation: thoughts about theories Geoffrey Bird and Cecilia Heyes 2. Nine billion correspondence problems Chrystopher L. Nehaniv 3. Challenges and issues faced in building a framework for conducting research in learning from observation Darrin Bentivegna, Christopher… Expand
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