Information Processing in the Mirror Neuron System in Primates and Machines

@article{Demiris2013InformationPI,
  title={Information Processing in the Mirror Neuron System in Primates and Machines},
  author={Yiannis Demiris and Lisa Aziz-Zadeh and James Bonaiuto},
  journal={Neuroinformatics},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={63-91}
}
The mirror neuron system in primates matches observations of actions with the motor representations used for their execution, and is a topic of intense research and debate in biological and computational disciplines. In robotics, models of this system have been used for enabling robots to imitate and learn how to perform tasks from human demonstrations. Yet, existing computational and robotic models of these systems are found in multiple levels of description, and although some models offer… CONTINUE READING
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