By Luc Steels (auth.), Luc Steels, Manfred Hild (eds.)
Written by way of prime foreign specialists, this quantity provides contributions developing the feasibility of human language-like communique with robots. The e-book explores using language video games for structuring located dialogues during which contextualized language communique and language acquisition can occur. in the textual content are built-in experiments demonstrating the wide examine which pursuits synthetic language evolution. Language Grounding in Robots makes use of the layout layers essential to create an absolutely operational speaking robotic as a framework for the textual content, concentrating on the next components: Embodiment; habit; notion and motion; Conceptualization; Language Processing; entire platforms Experiments. This e-book serves as a good reference for researchers attracted to extra learn of man-made language evolution.
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Joint Conf. on Artiﬁcal Intelligence (IJCAI’09) Steels L, Spranger M, van Trijp R, Höfer S, Hild M (2012) Emergent Action Language on Real Robots. In: Steels L, Hild M (eds) Language Grounding in Robots, Springer, New York Chapter 3 Neural Implementation of Behavior Control Matthias Kubisch1 , Christian Benckendorff1 , Benjamin Werner1 , Stefan Bethge1 , and Manfred Hild1,2 Abstract The dynamical systems approach and recurrent neural control provides a rich foundation for the generation of natural behaviors on autonomous robots because the environment, the robot, and control systems are regarded as a single dynamical system.
Bethge, and M. Hild Fig. 1 Phase space of a two-neuron recurrent network with co-existing attractors. A basin with a stable ﬁxed point is being surrounded by another basin exhibiting a quasiperiodic orbit. 2 Switching Between Attractors To switch between co-existing attractors, we need to introduce a controller K, with u(t) = K (x(t)). The controller’s output u(t) is nothing else than an additional input to one or both of the neurons.
64 M. Kubisch, C. Benckendorff, B. Werner, S. Bethge, and M. 5 Detecting When a Gripping Motion was Successful When the distance between hand and object drops below a certain threshold, the arm motion is stopped and the gripping motion for the hand is triggered. The robot used employs a simple two-point gripper with one degree of freedom, so only opening and closing the hand is possible. Since the ﬁngers are not endowed with force sensors, another approach is used to detect when the grip is ﬁrm enough to hold an object.
Language grounding in robots by Luc Steels (auth.), Luc Steels, Manfred Hild (eds.)