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Application of concept grounding techniques to reduce dimensionality in sensory-motor spaces


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Iravani, P., Johnson, J. H. and Rapanotti, L., 2004. Application of concept grounding techniques to reduce dimensionality in sensory-motor spaces. In: Onaindia, E. and Staab, S., eds. Proceedings of the Second Starting AI Researchers’ Symposium (STAIRS 2004). Vol. 109. IOS Press. (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications)

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Abstract

Robotic systems are characterised by large state and action spaces, which are problematic for learning and adapting techniques. This paper presents a method to alleviate learning dimensionality problems, by classifying similar states and actions into abstract concepts. Unlike previous techniques, concepts are generated based on the robot-environment interaction rather than being arbitrarily imposed. The validity of this method is demonstrated empirically using a real robot platform in a balltargeting task.

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Item Type Book Sections
CreatorsIravani, P., Johnson, J. H. and Rapanotti, L.
EditorsOnaindia, E.and Staab, S.
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
StatusPublished
ID Code2216

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