Show simple item record Santos, Paulo E. Fenelon, Valquiria Dee, Hannah 2010-11-15T16:31:04Z 2010-11-15T16:31:04Z 2008
dc.identifier.citation Santos , P E , Fenelon , V & Dee , H 2008 , ' Notes on a qualitative theory of shadows ' pp. 47-54 . en
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dc.description Santos, P. E., Dee, H. M and Fenelon, V. Notes on a qualitative theory of shadows. Cognitive Robotics workshop at ECAI 2008, pp. 47-54, University of Patras, Patras, Greece, 2008 Cognitive robotics is concerned with integrating reasoning, perception, and action within a uniform theoretical and implementation framework (using methods drawn from logic, probability and decision theory, reinforcement learning, game theory, etc.). It is quite a young field of research. However, the use of robots and softbots is becoming more and more widespread, with many commercial products on the market. Complex applications and the need for effective interaction with humans are increasing demand for robots that are capable of deliberation and other high-level cognitive functions. Models from cognitive science and techniques from machine learning are being used to enable robots to extend their knowledge and skills. Combining results from mainstream robotics and computer vision with those from knowledge representation and reasoning, machine learning, and cognitive science has been central to research in cognitive robotics. The International Cognitive Robotics Workshop aims at bringing together researchers involved in all aspects of the theory and implementation of cognitive robotics, to discuss current work and future directions. en
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dc.title Notes on a qualitative theory of shadows en
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dc.contributor.institution Department of Computer Science en
dc.contributor.institution Vision, Graphics and Visualisation Group en
dc.description.status Non peer reviewed en

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