Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics
and Balkenius, C.
Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics:
Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 123.
Table of Contents
Out in the world: What did the robot hear and see?
Segmentation stability: A key component for joint attention
J-C. Baillie and M. Nottale
The role for context in motor development in autism
P. Björne and C. Balkenius
Speeding up learning with dynamic environment shaping in evolutionary robotics
N. Bredeche and L. Hugue
Robot gesture generation from environmental sounds using inter-modality mapping
Y. Hattori, H. Kozima, K. Komatani, T. Ogata, and H. G. Okuno
What is animacy in dynamical movement?
H. Kuwamura, T. Yamamoto and T. Hashimoto
Robot self-characterisation of experience using trajectories in sensory-motor phase space
N. A. Mirza, C. Nehaniv, R. te Boekhorst and K. Dautenhahn
How can robots facilitate social interaction of children with autism?
E. Miyamoto, M. Lee, H. Fujii and M. Okada
A platform for education in 'interaction design for adaptive robots'
N. Oka and M. Ozaki
A formal approach of developmental robotics and psychology
K. Prepin, P. Gaussier, A. Revel, and J. Nadel
Joint attention in the first year: The coordination of gaze and affect between 7 and 10 months of age
D. Stahl and T. Striano