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Weighted selection of image features for resolved rate visual feedback control
J.T. Feddema and C.S.G. Lee and O.R. Mitchell
IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 1991, volume 7, 1, pages 31-47.
 
Toward integrating feature selection algorithms for classification and clustering
Huan Liu and Lei Yu
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering. 2005, volume 17, 4, pages 491 - 502 .
Robotic Vocabulary Building Using Extension Inference and Implicit Contrast
Kevin Gold and Marek Doniec and Christopher Crick and Brian Scassellati
Artificial Intelligence. 2009, volume 173, 1, pages 145-166, link ,
keywords: Word learning, context, developmental robotics, ro
 
The visual cliff
Eleanor J. Gibson and Richard D.Walk
Scientific American. 1960, volume 202, pages 64-71.
 
Introductory Statistics with R
Peter Dalgaard
Springer, 2004, Statistics and Computing, New York, 3 edition.
 
Object Action Complexes as and Interface for Planning and Robot Control
Christopher Geib and Kira Mourao and Ron Petrick and Nico Pugeault and Mark Steedman and Norbert Krueger and Florentin Woergoetter
Proceedings of the Humanoids 2006 workshop Towards Cognitive Humanoid Robots, 2006.
 
Affordances, Development and Imitation
Luis Montesano and Manuel Lopes and Alexandre Bernardino and Jose Santos-Victor
Proc. of the International Conference on Development and Learning, ICDL 2007, 2007.
 
On the subject of objects: Four views on object perception and tool use
T. Susi and T. Ziemke
TripleC: Cognition, Communication, Co-operation. 2005, volume 3, 2, pages 6--19,
keywords: functional tone, equipment, affordance, entry poin
 
The learning and use of traversability affordance using range images on a mobile robot
Emre Ugur and Mehmet R. Dogar and Maya Cakmak and Erol Sahin
in Proceedings of IEEE Intl. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 07), 2007,
keywords: kovan-pub
 
Intrinsic Motivation Systems for Autonomous Mental Development
Pierre-Yves Oudeyer and Frederic Kaplan and Verena V. Hafner
IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. 2007,
keywords: intrinsic motivation, curiosity, values, developme
Direct Perception of Traversability Affordance on Range Images Through Learning on a Mobile Robot
Emre Ugur
Middle East Technical University, 2006.
 
Two visual systems and two theories
J. Norman
Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2002, volume 25, pages 73--144.
 
Symbol grounding: A new look at an old idea
R. Sun
Philosophical Psychology. 2000, volume 13, 149--172.
 
Formalizing affordance
M. Steedman
Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting of , 2002, Washington D.C., Lawrence Erlbaum.
 
Two visual systems and two theories of perception: An attempt to reconcile the constructivist and ecological approaches
Joel Norman
Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2002, volume 25, 1, pages 73-144,
keywords: vision, neuroscience, constructivism, ecology
 
Traversability Classification Using Unsupervised On-Line Visual Learning for Outdoor Robot Navigation
D. Kim, J. Sun, S. M. Oh, J. M. Rehg, and A. Bobick
IEEE Intl. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 06), 2006, Orlando, FL.
 
Vision and Mind: Selected Readings in the Philosophy of Perception
J. Fodor and Z. W. Pylyshyn
In Alva Noe and Evan Thompson, editors, chapter 10, pages 167-227, The MIT Press, 2002, Chapter title: How direct is visual perception: some reflections on Gibson's ecological approach..
To afford or not to afford: A new formalization of affordances towards affordance-based robot control
Erol Sahin and Maya Cakmak and Mehmet R. Dogar and Emre Ugur and Gokturk Ucoluk
KOVAN Research Lab., 2006, Department of Computer Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara TURKEY,
keywords: affordances
 
Developmental robotics: a survey
Max Lungarella and Giorgio Metta and Rolf Pfeifer and Giulio Sandini
Connection Science. 2003, volume 15, 4, pages 151--190.
 
Grounding Affordances
J. Irran and F. Kintzler and P Pölz
Cybernetics and Systems, Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, 2006, In R. Trappl, editors, ISBN: 3 85206 172 5.
 
STRIPS: A New Approach to the Application of Theorem Proving to Problem Solving
R. Fikes and N.J. Nilsson
Artificial Intelligence. 1971, volume 2, 3/4, pages 189-208.
 
Object following and obstacle avoidance using a laser scanner in the outdoor mobile robot auriga-a
J. Martinez Rodrigez and A. Pozo Ruz and S. Pedreza and F. D. Fernandez
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 1998, volume 1, pages 204-209, Canada.
 
The ecological approach to perception
C. Carello and M. T. Turvey
Encyclopedia of cognitive science, Nature Publishing Group, 2003,
keywords: ecological psychology, affordances, perception, di
 
Against Direct Perception
S. Ullman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1980.
 
Robotic learning architecture that can be taught by manually putting the robot to action sequences
Georg Dorffner and Joerg Irran and Florian Kintzler and Patrick Poelz
The Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI), 2005, MACS Project Deliverable 5.3.1, draft, version 1.
 
Gibson's affordances.
J. Greeno
Psychological Review. 1994, volume 101, 2, pages 336--342.
 
Industrial Design Engineering and the Theory of Direct Perception and Action
G. Smets
Ecological Psychology. 1995, volume 7, 4, pages 329--374.
 
On Stoffregen's Definition of Affordances.
A. Kirlik
Ecological Psychology. 2004, volume 16, 1, pages 73--77.
 
Breadth and Limits of the Affordance Concept
T.A. Stoffregen
Ecological Psychology. 2004, volume 16, 1, pages 79--85.
 
Gibson's Affordances and Turing's Theory of Computation
A.J. Wells
Ecological Psychology. 2002, volume 14, 3, pages 140--180.
 
The Separation of Action and Perception and the Issue of Affordances
J. van der Kamp and G.J.P. Savelsbergh and K.S. Rosengren
Ecological Psychology. 2001, volume 13, 2, pages 167--172.
 
Events (Like Objects) Are Things, Can Have Affordance Properties, and Can Be Perceived.
G.P. Bingham
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 1, pages 29--36.
 
Are Events and Affordances Commensurate Terms?
H. Hecht
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 1, pages 57--63.
 
Affordances and Events: Theory and Research
T A Stoffregen
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, pages 93-107.
 
An Ontology of Affordances
J.T. Sanders
Ecological Psychology. 1997, volume 9, 1, pages 97--112.
 
Affordances and Events
T.A. Stoffregen
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 1, pages 1-28.
 
Where Is the Information for Affordances?
Eleanor J. Gibson
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 1, pages 53--57.
 
Bridging physical and virtual worlds with electronic tags
Want, R., Fishkin, K. P., Gujar, A., and Harrison, B. L.
CHI 99, 1999,
keywords: RFID tag, portable computers, wireless
 
Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning)
Sutton, R. S. and Barto, A.
MIT Press, 1998.
 
Mapping between dissimilar bodies affordances and the algebraic foundations of immitation
Nehaniv, C. and Dautenhan, K.
Proceedings European Workshop on Learning Robots, 1998.
 
Learning haptic representation of objects
Natale, L., Metta, G., and Sandini, G.
International Conference on Intelligent Manipulation and Grasping, 2004.
 
Development of imitation in a humanoid robot
Metta, G. and Fitzpatrick, P.
MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 2002.
 
Shaping of robot behaviors by demonstrations
Hugues, L. and Drogoul, A.
first International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems, 2001.
 
Robot behavior learning by vision-based demonstrations
Hugues, L. and Drogoul, A.
4th European Workshop on Advanced Mobile Robots, 2001.
 
The Ecologial Approach to visual perception
James Jerome Gibson
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1986.
 
Learning about objects through action: Initial steps towards artificial cognition
Fitzpatrick, P., Metta, G., Natale, L., Rao, S., and Sandini, G.
2003 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2003.
 
Motor facilitation following action observation: a behavioural study in prehensile action
Edwards, M. G., Humphreys, G. W., and Castiello, U.
Brain Cognition. 2003.
 
Behaviour control using a functional and emotional model
Cos, I. and Hayes, G.
8th Confererence of the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, 2002.
 
Modeling motivations and emotions as a basis for intelligent behavior
Ca˜nmero, L.
First Intl. Conf. on Autonomous Agents, 1997, pages 148-155.
 
Goal and actions: Learning
Calderon, C. A. A. and Hu, H.
Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts, 2003.
 
Categorization of affordances
J. Zhang
Department of Health Informatics, University of Texas at Houston, 2003.
 
Situated action: A symbolic interpretation
Alonso H. Vera and Herbert A. Simon
Cognitive Science. 1993, volume 17, pages 7-48.
 
What the brain’s mind tells the mind’s eye (incomplete draft)
A. Sloman
School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, 2003.
 
Achieving generalized object recognition through reasoning about association of function to structure
Louise Stark and Keven Bowyer
International Journal of Intelligent Systems. 1989, volume 10.
 
Attentional processes link perception and action
Vivian Karavia Stephen Anderson, Noriko Yamagishi
Biological Sciences, 2002, pages 1225–1232.
 
Graspable objects grab attention when the potential for action is recognized
D.G. Pelli, B. Farell, and D. C. Moore
Nature Neuroscience. 2003, volume 6, pages 421-427.
 
Case studies of applying gibson’s ecological approach to mobile robots
Robin R. Murphy
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS?PART A: SYSTEMS AND HUMANS. 1999, volume 29, 1, pages 105-111.
 
Perception-Action Coupling via Imitation and Attention
George Maistros, Yuval Marom, and Gillian Hayes
AAAI Fall Symposium on Anchoring Symbols to Sensor Data in Single and Multiple Robot Systems, 2001, pages 52-59.
 
Unsupervised classification of sensory-motor states in a real world artifact using a temporal Kohonen map
Dimitrios Lambrinos, Christian Scheier, and Rolf Pfeifer
Inter-national Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 1995, volume 2, pages 467–472.
 
A comparison of affordance concepts and Product Semantics
Kuohsiang Chen Hsiao-chen You
Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2002,
keywords: Affordance, Ecological Approach, Product Semantics
 
Cognitive, physical and perceptual affordances in interaction design
H. Rex Hartson
Behaviour and Information Technology. 2003, volume 22, 5, pages 315–338.
 
A Method for Studying Representation of Action and Cognitive Distance
D. V. Bugmann and K. R. Coventry
A Method for Studying Representation of Action and Cognitive Dis-, 2004.
 
Recognition-by-components: A theory of human image understanding
Irving Bierderman
Psychological Review. 1987, volume 94, 2, pages 115-147.
 
Representations between internal and external
Alberto Gatti
referenced by FP6-004381-MACS.
 
From visual affordances in monkey parietal cortex to hippocampo-parietal interactions underlying rat navigation
Michael A. Arbib
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 1997.
 
Object recognition with informative features and linear classification
Vidal-Naquet, M. and Ullman, S.
International Conference on Computer Vision, 2003, pages 281-288.
 
A mobile vision system for urban object detection with informative local descriptors
Paletta, L., Fritz, G., and Seifert, C.
IEEE 4th International Conference on Computer Vision Systems, 2006.
 
Object recognition using local affine frames on distinguished regions
Obdrzalek, S. and Matas, J.
British Machine Vision Conference, 2002, pages 113-122.
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Mikolajczyk, K. and Schmid, C.
A performance evaluation of local descriptors2004.
 
An affine invariant interest point detector
Mikolajczyk, K. and Schmid, C.
European Conference on Computer Vision, 2002, pages 128-142,
keywords: Image features, matching, recognition.
 
Learning informative sift descriptors for attentive object detection
Fritz, G., Seifert, C., Paletta, L., and Bischof, H.
Joint Hungarian-Austrian Conference on Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, 2005.
 
Urban object recognition form informative local features
Fritz, G., Seifert, C., and Paletta, L.
IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2005, pages 132-138.
 
Object recognition using local information content
Fritz, G., Paletta, L., and Bischof, H.
International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2004, volume 2, pages 15-18.
 
Object class recognition by unsupervised scale-invariant learning
Fergus, R., Perona, P., and Zisserman, A.
Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2003, pages 264{271.
 
Selection of scale-invartiant parts for object class recognition
Dorko, G. and Schmid, C.
nternational Conference on Computer Vision, 2003, pages 634-640.
 
Blending Reactivity and Goal-Directedness in a Fuzzy Controller
A. Saffiotti and E. H. Ruspini and K. Konolige
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, 1993, pages 134-139, San Francisco, California, IEEE Press.
 
Unsupervised learning of models for recognition
Weber, M., Welling, M., and Perona, P.
European Conference on Computer Vision, 2000, volume 1, pages 18-32.
 
Detection and tracking of point features
Tomasi, C. and Kanade, T.
Carnegie Mellon University, 1991.
 
Color indexing
Swain, M. J. and Ballard, D. H.
International Journal of Computer Vision. 1991.
 
Perceptual anchoring
Special Issue:
Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 2003.
 
Good features to track
Shi, J. and Tomasi, C.
IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1994.
 
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Paletta, L., Fritz, G., and Seifert, C.
International Conference on Machine Learning, 2005.
 
Physical symbol systems
Newell, A.
Cognitive Science. 1980, volume 4, pages 135-183.
 
Scale & affine invariant interest point detectors
Mikolajczyk, K. and Schmid, C.
International Journal of Computer Vision. 2004, volume 60, 1, pages 63-86.
 
Object recognition methods based on transformation covariant features
Matas, J. and Obdrzalek, S.
12th European Signal Processing Conference, 2004.
 
Robust wide baseline stereo from maximally stable extremal regions
Matas, J., Chum, O., Urban, M., and Pajdla, T.
British Machine Vision Conference, 2002, pages 384–393.
 
Distinctive image features from scale-invariant keypoints
Lowe, D. G.
International Journal of Computer Vision. 2004, volume 60, 2, pages 91–110,
keywords: invariant features, object recognition, scale inva
 
A more distinctive representation for local image descriptors
Ke, Y. and Sukthankar, R.
IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2004.
 
Salient points for tracking moving objects in video
Kamath, C., Gezahegne, A., Newsam, S., and Roberts, G. M.
Image and Video Communications and Processing, 2005,
keywords: salient points, detecting moving objects, video tr
 
The symbol grounding problem
Harnad, S
Physica D. 1990.
 
Perceptual anchoring of symbols for action
Coradeschi, S. and Saffiotti, A.
17th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2001, Seattle, WA.
 
Symbol Grounding and the Symbolic Theft Hypothesis
Angelo Cangelosi, Alberto Greco and Stevan Harnad
In A. Cangelosi and R. Parisi, editors, Springer, 2002.
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The Purple Perils: A selection of James J. Gibson's unpublished essays on the psychology of perception
 
Schema design and implementation of the grasp-related mirror neuron system
Erhan Oztop and Michael A. Arbib
Biological Cybernetics. 2002, 87, pages 116–140.
 
A Robot That Walks: Emergent Behaviors from a Carefully Evolved Network
R.A. Brooks
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989, Cambridge, MA, USA.
 
Intelligence without representation
R.A. Brooks
Artificial Intelligence. 1991, 47, pages 139-159.
 
Behavior Based Robotics
R.C. Arkin
MIT Press, 1998.
 
Attention to Action: Willed and Automatic Control of Behavior
D. A. Norman and T. Shallice
Consciousness and self-regulation: Advances in research and theory, 1986, In R. J. Davidson and G. E. Schwartz and D. Shapiro, editors, volume 4, pages 1-18.
 
Planning to Behave: A Hybrid Deliberative/Reactive Robot Control Architecture for Mobile Manipulation
R. C. Arkin and D. MacKenzie
International Symposium on Robotics and Manufacturing, 1994.
 
Sequencing formally defined reactions for robotic activity: integrating RAPS and GAPPS
Marc G. Slack
Proceedings of SPIE's workshop on Sensor Fusion, 1992.
 
Active perception
R. Bajcsy
Proceedings of the IEEE, 1988, pages 966 - 1005.
 
The impact of cybernetics on the design of a mobile robot system: a case study
R.C. Arkin
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics. 1990, volume 20, 6, pages 1245 - 1257.
 
Crawling versus walking infants
K.E. Adolph and M.A. Eppler and E.J. Gibson
Child development. 1993, volume 64, 4, pages 1158.
 
Representation and algorithms for multiagent adversarial planning
Chris Elsaesser and Richard MacMillan
The MITRE Corporation, 1991, MTR-91W000207.
 
Plan Execution Monitoring and Control Architecture for Mobile Robots
Fabrice R. Noreils and Raja G. Chatila
IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation. 1995, volume 11, 2, pages 255-266.
 
‘Matched filters’ — neural models of the external world
Rüdiger Wehner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology. 1987, volume 161, 4, pages 511 - 531.
 
What Are Plans For?
Philip E. Agre and David Chapman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1988.
 
Perceptual Structures and Distributed Motor Control. Handbook of Physiology - The Nervous System II.
Michael A. Arbib
In V. Brooks, editors, The American Physiological Society and Oxford University Press, 1981.
 
Universal plans for reactive robots in unpredictable environments
M.J. Schoppers
Proceedings of the Tenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1987.
 
PDDL–the planning domain definition language
D. McDermott
Yale center for Computational Vision and COntrol, 1998, TR-98-003.
 
{Hierarchical task network planning: formalization, analysis, and implementation
Kutluhan Erol
University of Maryland at College Park, 1996.
 
The mentality of Apes
W. Kohler
Routledge, 1925.
 
Shakey the robot
N.J. Nilsson
SRI A.I. Center, 1984, 323.
 
Multiple Systems: a new approach to Cognitive Theory
Ulric Neisser
The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 1994, volume 6, pages 225--241.
 
Cognition and Reality: Principles and Implications of Cognitive Psychology
Ulric Neisser
W. H. Freeman and Co, 1976, 0716704773.
 
Planning in a hierarchy of abstraction spaces
E.D. Sacerdoti
Artificial Intelligence. 1974, volume 5, 2, pages 115--135.
 
Monitored execution of robot plans produced by STRIPS
R.E. Fikes
Information processing 71; Proceedings of the Congress, 1972, pages 189--194.
 
Expressive planning and explicit knowledge
R. Goldman and M. Boddy
Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on AI Planning Systems, 1996, pages 110--117.
 
Generating Conditional Plans and Programs
D. Warren
Proceedings of AISB Summer Conference, 1976, pages 44--354.
 
Planning as Satisfiability
Henry Kautz and Bart Selman
ECAI '92: Proceedings of the 10th European conference on Artificial intelligence, 1992, 0-471-93608-1, pages 359--363, New York, NY, USA, John Wiley \& Sons, Inc..
Varieties of Meaning - The 2002 Jean Nicod Lectures
Ruth Garrett Millikan
MIT Press, 2004, 0-262-13444-6, link .
 
Localization of grasp representations in humans by PET: 2. Observation compared with imagination
S T Grafton and M A Arbib and L Fadiga and G Rizzolatti
Experimental Brain Research. 1996, volume 112, pages 103-111.
 
Motor and visual-motor functions of the premotor cortex
G Rizzolatti and M Gentilucci
In P Rakic and W Singer, editors, chapter 0, pages 269-284, Chichester: Wiley, 1988.
 
Motor facilitation during action observation: a magnetic stimulation study
L Fadiga and L Fogassi and G Pavesi and G Rizzolatti
Journal of Neurophysiology. 1995, volume 73, pages 2608-2611.
 
Action recognition in the premotor cortex
V Gallese and L Fadiga and Fogassi and G Rizzolatti
Brain. 1996, volume 119, pages 593-609.
 
Premotor cortex and the recognition of motor actions
G Rizzolatti and L. Fadiga and V Gallese and L Fogassi
Cognitive Brain Research. 1996, volume 3, pages 131-141.
 
Affordance, conventions, and design
D A Norman
Interactions. 1999, volume 6, 3, pages 38-42.
 
Affordances: Clarifying and evolving a concept
J McGrenere and W Ho
In Proceedings of the Graphics Interface, 2000, pages 179-186, Toronto, Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society.
 
The Psychology of Everyday Things
Donald A Norman
Basic Books, 1988.
 
Information, Perception, and Action: What Should Ecological Psychologists Learn From Milner and Goodale (1995)?
CF Michaels
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 3, pages 241--258,
keywords: affordance
 
The logical foundations of goal-regression planning in autonomous agents
John L. Pollock
Artificial Intelligence. 1998, volume 106, 2, pages 267--334.
 
Experiments in Subsymbolic Action Planning with Mobile Robots
John Pisokas and Ulrich Nehmzow
Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems III: Adaptation and Multi-Agent Learning, 2005, In Daniel Kudenko and Dimitar Kazakov and Eduardo Alonso, editors, volume 3394, 0302-9743, pages 216.
 
Automated planning: theory and practice
M. Ghallab and D. Nau and P. Traverso
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2004, 1-55860-856-7.
 
Artificial intelligence: a modern approach
Stuart J. Russell and Peter Norvig
Prentice-Hall, Inc., 2003, 0-13-103805-2, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA.
 
Eyeheight-Scaled Information About Affordances: A Study of Sitting and Stair Climbing
L.S. Mark
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 1987, volume 13, 3, pages 361-370,
keywords: intrinsic, affordances, stair-climbing
 
Affordances and Prospective Control: an Outline of the Ontology
MT Turvey
Ecological Psychology. 1992, volume 4, 3, pages 173--187,
keywords: affordance
 
Ecological psychology and the two visual systems: Not to worry!
Joel Norman
Ecological Psychology. 2001, volume 13, 2, pages 135-145,
keywords: affordances, dual-process approach, two visual sys
 
Using a SOFM to learn Object Affordances
Ignasi Cos-Aguilera and Lola Cañamero and Gillian M. Hayes
In Proceedings of the 5th Workshop of Physical Agents, 2004, Girona, Catalonia, Spain.
 
Motivation-Driven Learning of Object Affordances: First Experiments Using a Simulated Khepera Robot
gnasi Cos-Aguilera and Lola Cañamero and Gillian M. Hayes
In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference in Cognitive Modelling (ICCM'03), 2003, Bamberg, Germany,
keywords: affordance learning, motivation-driven, action sel
 
Learning Action Affordances and Action Schemas
R. Cooper and D. W. Glasspool
Connectionist Models of Learning, Development and Evolution, 2001, In French, Robert M. and Sougne, Jacques P., editors, Perspectives in Neural Computing, pages 133-142, London, Sixth Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, Springer-Verlag,
keywords: affordance learning, action selection, norman and
 
Plans, Affordances, and Combinatory Grammar
Mark Steedman
Linguistics and Philosophy. 2002, volume 25, link .
 
Mobile Robot Simulation with Realistic Error Models
Andreas Koestler and Thomas Bräunl
International Conference on Autonomous Robots and Agents. 2004,
keywords: mobile robot simulation, synthetic camera, error m
 
Noise and the Reality Gap: The Use of Simulation in Evolutionary Robotics
Nick Jacobi and Phil Husbands and Inman Harvey
Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Advances in Artificial Life. 1995, pages 704--720.
 
Design Patterns
Eric Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides
Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1995, ISBN: 0201633612.
 
Wrapper Facade: A Structural Pattern for Encapsulating Functions within Classes
Douglas C. Schmidt
C++ Report,SGIS. 1999, volume 11, 2.
 
Case studies of applying Gibson's Ecological Approach to Mobile Robots
Robin R. Murphy
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. 1999, volume 29, 1, pages 105-111,
keywords: Computer vision, direct perception, mobile robots,
 
What We Perceive When We Perceive Affordances: Commentary on Michaels (2000) Information, Perception, and Action
Anthony Chemero
Ecological Psychology. 2001, volume 2, pages 111-116.
 
Perceptual learning in development: Some basic concepts
Eleanor J. Gibson
Ecological Psychology. 2000, volume 12, 4, pages 295-302,
keywords: perceptual learning, differentiation, affordance,
 
The Role of a priori Biases in Unsupervised Learning of Visual Representations: A Robotics Experiment
Jochen Triesch
Developmental Embodied Cognition. 2001.
 
Democratic Integration: Self-Organized Integration of Adaptive Cues
Jochen Triesch and Christoph von der Malsburg
Neural Computation. 2001, volume 13, pages 2049-2074.
 
What you see is what you need
Jochen Triesch and Dana H. Ballard and Mary M. Hayhoe and Brian T. Sullivan
Journal of Vision. 2003, volume 3, 1, pages 86-94,
keywords: change blindness, inattentional blindness, eye mov
 
An activity theory approach to affordance
Klaus B. Baerentsen and Johan Trettvik
Proceedings of the second Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction, 2002, volume 31, ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, pages 51--60.
 
Computation, dynamics, and sensory-motor development
J.C. Rutkowska
Piaget Centennial Conference, 1996, Geneva, Switzerland.
 
Toward Learning the Binding Affordances of Objects: A Behavior-Grounded Approach
A. Stoytchev
In Proceedings of AAAI Symposium on Developmental Robotics, 2005, pages 21--23.
 
Toward a Behaviour-Grounded Representation of Tool Affordances
A. Stoytchev
Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics, 2004, pages 25--27, Genoa, Italy.
 
Reassessing Piaget's Theory of Sesorimotor Intelligence: A View from Cognitive Science
J.C. Rutkoswka
Infant Development: Recent Advances. 1997.
 
Can Development Be Designed? What We May Learn from the Cog Project
J.C. Rutkowska
Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Articial Life, 1995, Spain.
 
When Induction Meets Memory: Evidence for gradual transition from similarity-based to category-based induction
A.V. Fisher and V.M. Sloutsky
Child Development. 2005, volume 76, 1, pages 583-597.
 
The theory of affordances
J.J. Gibson
Perceiving, Acting and Knowing, 1977, In R. Shaw and J. Bransford, editors, pages 67-82, New York: Wiley.
 
On three-layer architectures
E. Gat
Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots: Case Studies of Successful Robot Systems Studies of Successful Robot System, 1998, In D.Kortenkamp and R. Bonasso and R. Murphy, editors, MIT Press, pages 195-210,
keywords: architecture, three-layered
 
Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots: Case Studies of Successful Robot Systems
E. Gat
In D.Kortenkamp and R. Bonasso and R. Murphy, editors, chapter 8, pages 195-210, MIT Press, 1998,
keywords: architecutes, hybrid
 
A Framework for Plan Execution in Behavior-Based Robots
J. Hertzberg and H. Jaeger and Ph. Morignot and U.R. Zimmer
Proc. of the 1998 IEEE Int. Symp. on Intell. Control (ISIC-98), 1998, pages 8-13, Gaithersburg, MD,
keywords: architectures, DD&P
 
Dual Dynamics: Designing Behavior Systems for Autonomous Robots
H. Jaeger and T. Christaller
Proceedings International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics (AROB), 1997, In S. Fujimura and M. Sugisaka, editors, pages 76-79, Beppu, Japan,
keywords: architecture, DD, Dual Dynamics
 
Adaptive Execution in Complex Dynamic Worlds
J. Firby
Yale University, 1989, Technical Report, YALEU/CSD/RR #672,,
keywords: architectures, RAP, RAPs
 
Software Architectures for Hardware Agents
H. Hexmoor and D. Kortenkamp and I. Horswill
Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence. 1997, volume 9, 2, pages 147-156,
keywords: architecture
 
An architecture for persistent reactive behavior
D. Choi and B. Kaufman and P. Langley and N. Nejati and D. Shapiro
Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems, 2004, pages 988-995, New York,
keywords: cognitive architectures, ICARUS
 
SFX: An Architecture for Action-Oriented Sensor Fusion
R.R. Murphy and R.C. Arkin
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 1992, pages 1079-1086, Raleigh, NC,
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SSS: A Hybrid Architecture Applied to Robot Navigation
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Integrating planning and reacting in a heterogeneous asynchronous architecture for controlling real-world mobile robots
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Structured control for autonomous robots
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The Saphira Architecture: A Design for Autonomy
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AuRA: Principles and practice in review
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Experiences with an architecture for intelligent, reactive agents
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A Formal Model of Computation for Sensory-Based Robotics
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Concurrency in the DD&P Robot Control Architecture
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A Robust Layered Control System for a Mobile Robot
R. Brooks
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Grounding symbols through sensorimotor integration
K.F. MacDorman
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Development and Robotics
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Contention Scheduling: A Viable Action-Selection Mechanism for Robotics?
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Perception Driven Robot Locomotion
M.A. Lewis
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Coupling Robot Perception and Online Simulation
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Artifact Intelligence: Yet Another Approach for Intelligent Robots
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From First Contact to Close Encounters: A developmentally deep perceptual system for a humanoid robot
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Ecological Robotics
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Certain Principles of Biomorphic Robots
M.A. Lewis and L.S. Sim
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D. Lyons and M. Arbib
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A Robust Layered Control System for a Mobile Robot
R.A. Brooks
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AuRA: Principles and practice in review
R.C. Arkin and T. Balch
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R.P. Bonasso and R.J. Firby and E. Gat and D. Kortenkamp and D. Miller and M. Slack
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The Ecological Approach to visual perception
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Responding to affordances: Learning and Projecting a Sensorimotor Mapping
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Automatic Object Recognition within an Office Environment
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Affordance Theory for Improving the Rapid Generation, Composability, and Reusability of Synthetic Agents and Objects
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An Affordance-Based Model of Place in GIS
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Behavior-Grounded Representation of Tool Affordances
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A Formal Model of the Process of Wayfinding in Built Environments
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Visual guidance of walking through apertures: body-scaled information for affordances
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To Cross or Not to Cross: The Effect of Locomotion on Street-Crossing Behavior
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Ecological Perspectives on the New Artificial Intelligence
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Toward an Ecological Approach to Perceptual Learning and Development: Commentary on Michaels and Beek
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An Interview with Eleanor Gibson
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The World Is So Full of a Number of Things: On Specification and Perceptual Learning
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Where Is the Information for Affordances?
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Human wayfinding in unfamiliar buildings: A simulation with cognizing agents
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Learning about objects through action -initial steps towards artificial cognition
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Affordances as Properties of the Animal Environment System
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Affordances: Four Points of Debate
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What events are
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On the Proper Treatment of Affordance: Formality or Mutuality
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Are events and affordances commensurate terms
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Affordances for coordinated action in point-light walker displays
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The Agent-Environment Interface: Simons Indirect or Gibsons Direct Coupling?
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Perception of a Stepping-across Affordance
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Affordances, Dynamic Experience, and the Challenge of Reification
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Affordances are Enough: Reply to Chemero et al.
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Events as Changes in the Layout of Affordances
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Ecological Psychology. 2003, volume 15, 1, pages 19-28.
 
An Outline of a Theory of Affordances
A. Chemero
Ecological Psychology. 2003, volume 15, 2, pages 181-195,
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What Is an Affordance?
K.S. Jones
Ecological Psychology. 2003, volume 15, 2, pages 107-114,
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