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View-based cognitive map learning by an autonomous robot

  title={View-based cognitive map learning by an autonomous robot},
  author={H. Mallot and H. B{\"u}lthoff and P. Georg and B. Sch{\"o}lkopf and K. Yasuhara and F. Fogelman-Souli{\'e}},
  • H. Mallot, H. Bülthoff, +3 authors F. Fogelman-Soulié
  • Published 1995
  • Computer Science
  • This paper presents a view based approach to map learning and nav igation in mazes By means of graph theory we have shown that the view graph is a su cient representation for map behaviour such as path planning A neural network for unsupervised learning of the view graph from sequences of views is constructed We use a modi ed Kohonen learning rule that transforms temporal sequence rather than fea tural similarity into connectedness In the main part of the paper we present a robot implementation… CONTINUE READING
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