Internal Simulations for Behaviour Selection and Recognition
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- Schillaci G., Lara B., Hafner V.V. (2012) Internal Simulations for Behaviour Selection and Recognition. In: Salah A.A., Ruiz-del-Solar J., Meriçli Ç., Oudeyer PY. (eds) Human Behavior Understanding. HBU 2012. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7559. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
In this paper, we present internal simulations as a methodology for human behaviour recognition and understanding. The internal simulations consist of pairs of inverse forward models representing sensorimotor actions. The main advantage of this method is that it both serves for action selection and prediction as well as recognition. We present several human-robot interaction experiments where the robot can recognize the behaviour of the human reaching for objects.
Keywordsbehaviour recognition internal simulation human-robot interaction internal models
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