From Sensorimotor to Higher-Level Cognitive Processes: An Introduction to Anticipatory Behavior Systems
This book continues the enhanced post-workshop proceedings series on “Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning System” (ABiALS), published as Springer LNAI 2684 and LNAI 4520 [3,5]. The proceedings offer a multidisciplinary perspective on anticipatory mechanisms in cognitive, social, learning, and behavioral processes, with contributions from key researchers in psychology and computer science. This introduction offers a conceptual terminology on anticipatory mechanisms and involved predictive capabilities. Moreover, it provides an overview of the book contributions, highlighting some of their peculiarities and complementarities.
KeywordsAnticipation anticipatory behavior prediction simulation goal-directed behaviour
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