Novelty Detection for Robot Neotaxis

@article{Marsland2000NoveltyDF,
  title={Novelty Detection for Robot Neotaxis},
  author={Stephen R. Marsland and Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan L. Shapiro},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2000},
  volume={cs.RO/0006005}
}
The ability of a robot to detect and respond to changes in its environment is potentially very useful , as it draws attention to new and potentially important features. We describe an algorithm for learning to filter out previously experienced stimuli to allow further concentration on novel features. The algorithm uses a model of habituation, a biological process which causes a decrement in response with repeated presentation. Experiments with a mobile robot are presented in which the robot… CONTINUE READING
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