Show simple item record Karaoguz, Cem Potapova, Ekaterina Drix, Damien Hülse, Martin 2011-07-26T08:10:00Z 2011-07-26T08:10:00Z 2011-07-26
dc.identifier.citation Karaoguz , C , Potapova , E , Drix , D & Hülse , M 2011 , ' Curiosity driven exploration of sensory-motor mappings ' Paper presented at Capo Caccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop , Aberystwyth , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland , 01/05/2011 - 07/05/2011 , . en
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dc.description Karaoguz, C., Drix, D., Potapova, E., Huelse, M. (2011). Curiosity driven exploration of sensory-motor mappings. Deliverable for the IM-CLeVeR Spring School at the Capo Caccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, 1-7 May 2011. en
dc.description.abstract Adaptive mechanisms present numerous benefits to artificial systems interacting with the environment. For instance learning sensory-motor mappings eliminates the necessity of (re)calibration process for active vision systems when the aspects of the system or the environment is changed. The amount of time spent on the adaptation process may be reduced if an efficient strategy is followed. We propose such a mechanism which uses intrinsic motivation for sensory-motor learning. We tested our framework in a series of experiments where the environment the system learned a mapping for was systematically changed. Our curiosity-driven framework yielded distinct exploration patterns where distorted areas were concentrated immediately after a change was applied. en
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dc.title Curiosity driven exploration of sensory-motor mappings en
dc.type /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/researchoutputtypes/contributiontoconference/paper en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Computer Science en
dc.contributor.institution Intelligent Robotics Group en
dc.description.status Non peer reviewed en

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