Mimesis embodiment and proto-symbol acquisition for humanoids

@article{Inamura2001MimesisEA,
  title={Mimesis embodiment and proto-symbol acquisition for humanoids},
  author={Tetsunari Inamura and Yoshihiko Nakamura and Iwaki Toshima and Hideaki Ezaki},
  journal={2001 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics. Proceedings (Cat. No.01TH8556)},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={159-164 vol.1}
}
Mimesis is the primitive skill of imitative learning, one of the methods for recognition of others' behavior and construction of self behavior. Mimesis is thought an origin of human intelligence because this function is observed not only at humans but also at animals. When the mimesis is adopted as learning method for humanoids, designing full body behavior becomes easier because bottom-up learning approaches from robot side are combined with top-down teaching approaches from user side involved… CONTINUE READING

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