Primitive Manipulation Learning with Connectionism

Abstract

Infants' manipulative exploratory behavior within the environment is a vehicle of cognitive stimulation[McCall 1974]. During this time, infants practice and perfect sensorimotor patterns that become behavioral modules which will be seriated and imbedded in more complex actions. This paper explores the development of such primitive learning systems using an… (More)

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@inproceedings{Matsuoka1995PrimitiveML, title={Primitive Manipulation Learning with Connectionism}, author={Yoky Matsuoka}, booktitle={NIPS}, year={1995} }