A Preliminary Auditory Subsystem Based on a Growing Functional Modules Controller

  • Jérôme Leboeuf-Pasquier
  • Gabriel Fatíh Gómez Ávila
  • José Eduardo González Pacheco Oceguera
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 7931)

Abstract

In the present paper, a learning based controller that performs as an auditory subsystem is described. Based on the Growing Functional Modules (GFM) paradigm, the auditory subsystem is the result of the interconnection of four kinds of components: Global Goals, Acting Modules, Sensations and Sensing Modules. The resulting controller is radically different from conventional speech recognition due to its ability to gradually learn in context a set of vocal commands while performing in a virtual environment. Recognition is considered as satisfactory when the robot’s behavior is in accordance with the commands’ meaning. This learning process may be compared to how a dog learns to obey its master’s orders. The experiment described in this paper illustrates the design process of a GFM controller. It exhibits the behavior of the control process and principally, exposes the inherent philosophy of the GFM approach.

Keywords

Machine learning knowledge acquisition learning based control connectionism artificial brain 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jérôme Leboeuf-Pasquier
    • 1
  • Gabriel Fatíh Gómez Ávila
    • 1
  • José Eduardo González Pacheco Oceguera
    • 1
  1. 1.DIP, CUCEIUniversity of GuadalajaraMexico

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