Cognitive Architecture & Robotics


Notes:

The main goal of cognitive architecture is to summarise the results of cognitive psychology in a computer model, which includes human mental processes such as “attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity, and thinking”.

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Resources:

  • icsoro.org .. international conference on social robotics

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See also:

100 Best Cognitive Architecture VideosACT-R & Dialog Systems | BICA (Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures)Cognitive Architecture & Dialog SystemsCognitive Architecture Meta GuideCognitive Architecture TimelineOpenCog Cognitive ArchitectureRCS (Real-time Control System) Cognitive Architecture | Soar Cognitive Architecture & Dialog Systems


ORO, a knowledge management platform for cognitive architectures in robotics
S Lemaignan, R Ros, L Mösenlechner… – Intelligent Robots …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper presents an embeddable knowledge processing framework, along with a common-sense ontology, designed for robotics. We believe that a direct and explicit integration of cognition is a compulsory step to enable human-robots interaction in semantic …

On the role of emotion in embodied cognitive architectures: From organisms to robots
T Ziemke, R Lowe – Cognitive computation, 2009 – Springer
Abstract The computational modeling of emotion has been an area of growing interest in cognitive robotics research in recent years, but also a source of contention regarding how to conceive of emotion and how to model it. In this paper, emotion is characterized as (a) …

Act-r/e: An embodied cognitive architecture for human-robot interaction
G Trafton, L Hiatt, A Harrison… – … of Human-Robot …, 2013 – humanrobotinteraction.org
Abstract We present ACT-R/E (Adaptive Character of Thought-Rational/Embodied), a cognitive architecture for human-robot interaction. Our reason for using ACT-R/E is two-fold. First, ACT-R/E enables researchers to build good embodied models of people to understand …

A cognitive architecture for robot self-consciousness
A Chella, M Frixione, S Gaglio – Artificial intelligence in medicine, 2008 – Elsevier
Summary Objective One of the major topics towards robot consciousness is to give a robot the capabilities of self-consciousness. We propose that robot self-consciousness is based on higher order perception of the robot, in the sense that first-order robot perception is the …

Multilevel Darwinist Brain (MDB): Artificial evolution in a cognitive architecture for real robots
F Bellas, RJ Duro, A Faiña… – IEEE Transactions on …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
The multilevel Darwinist brain (MDB) is a cognitive architecture that follows an evolutionary approach to provide autonomous robots with lifelong adaptation. It has been tested in real robot on-line learning scenarios obtaining successful results that reinforce the evolutionary …

Cognitive robotics using the soar cognitive architecture
JE Laird, KR Kinkade, S Mohan, JZ Xu – Cognitive Robotics AAAI Technical …, 2012 – aaai.org
Abstract Our long-term goal is to develop autonomous robotic systems that have the cognitive abilities of humans, including communication, coordination, adapting to novel situations, and learning through experience. Our approach rests on the integration of the …

What can cognitive architectures do for robotics?
U Kurup, C Lebiere – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2012 – Elsevier
Abstract Research in robotic systems has traditionally been identified with approaches that are characterized by the use of carefully crafted representations and processes to find optimal solutions. The use of such representations and processes, which we refer to as the …

Control of mobile robots using the soar cognitive architecture
SD Hanford, O Janrathitikarn, LN Long – Journal of Aerospace …, 2009 – arc.aiaa.org
This paper describes the development of a system that uses computational psychology (the Soar cognitive architecture) for the control of unmanned vehicles. A multithreaded software system written using Java and integrated with the Soar cognitive architecture has been …

Cognitive architecture for human–robot interaction: Towards behavioural alignment
PE Baxter, J de Greeff, T Belpaeme – … Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2013 – Elsevier
Abstract With increasingly competent robotic systems desired and required for social human–robot interaction comes the necessity for more complex means of control. Cognitive architectures (specifically the perspective where principles of structure and function are …

Using a cognitive architecture for general purpose service robot control
JY Puigbo, A Pumarola, C Angulo, R Tellez – Connection Science, 2015 – Taylor & Francis
A humanoid service robot equipped with a set of simple action skills including navigating, grasping, recognising objects or people, among others, is considered in this paper. By using those skills the robot should complete a voice command expressed in natural language …

Implementation of a framework for imitation learning on a humanoid robot using a cognitive architecture
H Tan – The Future of Humanoid Robots-Research and …, 2012 – intechopen.com
Robots are designed to assist human beings to complete tasks. As described in many research journals and scientific fictions, researchers and the general public expect that one day robots can complete certain tasks independently and autonomously in our world. A …

Development of a Tour–Guide Robot Using Dialogue Models and a Cognitive Architecture
H Avilés, M Alvarado-González, E Venegas… – … Conference on Artificial …, 2010 – Springer
Abstract In this paper, we present the development of a tour–guide robot that conducts a poster session through spoken Spanish. The robot is able to navigate around its environment, visually identify informational posters, and explain sections of the posters that …

A conceptual cognitive architecture for robots to learn behaviors from demonstrations in robotic aid area
H Tan, C Liang – Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper proposes a conceptual hybrid cognitive architecture for cognitive robots to learn behaviors from demonstrations in robotic aid situations. Unlike the current cognitive architectures, this architecture puts concentration on the requirements of the safety, the …

An agent-based cognitive robot architecture
C Wei, KV Hindriks – International Workshop on Programming Multi-Agent …, 2012 – Springer
Abstract We propose a new cognitive robot control architecture in which the cognitive layer can be programmed by means of the agent programming language Goal. The architecture exploits the support that agent-oriented programming offers for creating cognitive robotic  …

Gait control of a six-legged robot on unlevel terrain using a cognitive architecture
O Janrathitikarn, LN Long – Aerospace Conference, 2008 IEEE, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper discusses the use of the Soar cognitive architecture to control gait selection of a six-legged robot using force sensors attached to its feet. The hardware platform also incorporated sonar sensors, a GPS receiver, and a webcam. The Soar cognitive architecture  …

Control of a Six-Legged Mobile Robot Using the Soar Cognitive Architecture
S Hanford, O Janrathitikarn, L Long – 46th AIAA Aerospace Sciences …, 2008 – arc.aiaa.org
This paper describes the development of the Cognitive Robotic System (CRS) for studying intelligent and autonomous unmanned vehicles. This system uses a multi-threaded software system written using Java to integrate the Soar cognitive architecture with a sixlegged …

A cognitive and affective architecture for social human-robot interaction
W Johal, D Pellier, C Adam, H Fiorino… – … on Human-Robot …, 2015 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Robots show up frequently in new applications in our daily lives where they interact more and more closely with the human user. Despite a long history of research, existing cognitive architectures are still too generic and hence not tailored enough to meet the …

A cognitive robotic system based on the Soar cognitive architecture for mobile robot navigation, search, and mapping missions
SD Hanford – 2011 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Most unmanned vehicles used for civilian and military applications are remotely operated or are designed for specific applications. As these vehicles are used to perform more difficult missions or a larger number of missions in remote environments, there will be …

Controlling a humanoid robot in home environment with a cognitive architecture
KG Kim, D Choi, JY Lee, JM Park… – Robotics and …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Latest humanoid robots mimic the human body in realistic ways, but their control mechanisms fall short of the human mind. More often than not, the robots simply have a fixed set of routine codes that govern their behavior, and even the ones with some learning …

The cognitive architecture of a robotic salesman
A Romero-Garcés, LV Calderita… – Conference of the …, 2015 – robolab.unex.es
Abstract. This paper describes a robotics cognitive architecture for social robots named CORTEX. This architecture integrates different levels of abstraction (from basic geometry to high-level predicates) into a unique Deep Space Representation (DSR) that different agents …

A cognitive control architecture for the perception–action cycle in robots and agents
V Cutsuridis, JG Taylor – Cognitive Computation, 2013 – Springer
Abstract We show aspects of brain processing on how visual perception, recognition, attention, cognitive control, value attribution, decision-making, affordances and action can be melded together in a coherent manner in a cognitive control architecture of the …

A cognitive architecture for modular and self-reconfigurable robots
P Levi, E Meister, AC van Rossum… – … (SysCon), 2014 8th …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
The field of reconfigurable swarms of modular robots has achieved a current status of performance that allows applications in diverse fields that are characterized by human support (eg exploratory and rescue tasks) or even in human-less environments. The main …

A cognitive developmental robotics architecture for lifelong learning by evolution in real robots
F Bellas, A Faiña, G Varela… – Neural Networks (IJCNN) …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper is devoted to a detailed presentation of the current state of the Multilevel Darwinist Brain (MDB) cognitive architecture for lifelong learning in real robots. This architecture follows the cognitive developmental robotics approach and it is based on …

XCR-1: an experimental cognitive robot based on an associative neural architecture
POA Haikonen – Cognitive Computation, 2011 – Springer
Abstract The experimental cognitive robot XCR-1 is a small three-wheel robot with gripper hands, multiple sensory modalities, and self-talk. The robot XCR-1 is designed for studies and experiments with a new paradigm for cognitive computation, namely an associative …

Systematic integration of cognitive and robotic architectures
M Scheutz, J Harris, P Schermerhorn – Advances in Cognitive …, 2013 – hrilab.tufts.edu
Abstract Originally, progress towards the AI goal of building artificial agents with human-like intelligence was best seen in cognitive architecture research that focused on developing complete agents in a systematic, theory-driven way. Later, research in embodied AI and …

Cognitive Synergy between Procedural and Declarative Learning in the Control of Animated and Robotic Agents Using the OpenCogPrime AGI Architecture.
B Goertzel, J Pitt, J Wigmore, N Geisweiller, Z Cai… – AAAI, 2011 – aaai.org
Abstract The hypothesis is presented that” cognitive synergy”–proactive and mutually-assistive feedback between different cognitive processes associated with different types of memory–may serve as a foundation for advanced artificial general intelligence. A specific AI …

CORBYS cognitive control architecture for robotic follower
A Leu, D Risti?-Durrant, S Slavni?… – … (SII), 2013 IEEE …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
In this paper the novel generic cognitive robot control architecture CORBYS is presented. The objective of the CORBYS architecture is the integration of high-level cognitive modules to support robot functioning in dynamic environments including interacting with humans …

Flexible attention-based cognitive architecture for robots
R Novianto – 2014 – opus.lib.uts.edu.au
Robots have been working in factories to achieve tasks autonomously with little human intervention for some time. Even though robots are commonly found as vacuum cleaners in homes and assistants in hospitals, by comparison with factory robots, service robots have …

A cognitive architecture for autonomous robots
A Haber, C Sammut – Advances in Cognitive Systems, 2012 – cogsys.org
Abstract We introduce Mala, a cognitive architecture intended to bridge the gap between a robot’s sensorimotor and cognitive components. Mala is a multi-entity architecture inspired by Minsky’s Society of Mind and by experience in developing robots that must work in …

Cognitive architectures for human-robot interaction
P Baxter, JG Trafton – … /IEEE international conference on Human-robot …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Developments in autonomous agents for Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), particularly social, are gathering pace. The typical approach to such efforts is to start with an application to a specific interaction context (problem, task, or aspect of interaction) and then …

Reasoning about humans and its use in a cognitive control architecture for a collaborative robot
R Alami, A Clodic, R Chatila… – Human-Robot …, 2014 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
We discuss here a decisional framework for human-robot interactive task achievement that is aimed to allow the robot not only to accomplish its tasks but also to produce behaviors that support its engagement vis-a-vis its human partner and to interpret human behaviors and …

The challenge of robotics for cognitive architectures
A Chella, U Kurup, J Laird, G Trafton… – … on Cognitive …, 2013 – iccm-conference.org
Abstract This symposium will explore the flexibility of our architectural assumptions in the light of increasing robotic sophistication. Robots provide perhaps the best opportunity for testing cognitive architectures in the real world, but can current architectures address the …

Interactive collaborative robotics and natural language interface based on multi-agent Recursive cognitive architectures
M Anchokov, V Denisenko, Z Nagoev… – … Collaborative Robotics, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The article represents a review of the world current state in robotics, its fields of implementation and application. It provides a description of a complex collaborative robotic system for monitoring and reconnaissance of leaks and spills of flammable, explosive and …

Controlling a General Purpose Service Robot By Means of a Cognitive Architecture.
JY Puigbo, A Pumarola, RA Téllez – AIC@ AI* IA, 2013 – academia.edu
Abstract. In this paper, a humanoid service robot is equipped with a set of simple action skills including navigating, grasping, recognizing objects or people, among others. By using those skills the robot has to complete a voice command in natural language that encodes a …

Deep State Representation: an unified internal representation for the robotics cognitive architecture CORTEX
LVC Estévez – 2016 – dialnet.unirioja.es
CORTEX propone una arquitectura basada en agentes donde éstos se encargan de las habilidades clásicas, como la percepción, la actuación y la planificación. Los agentes deben ser autónomos y obedientes, y están a cargo de una funcionalidad bien definida—ya …

A cognitive architecture and simulation environment for the ptinto robot
P Muñoz, MD R-Moreno, P Gallego… – … Mission Challenges for …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
In this article we present a cognitive architecture and we describe some algorithms for simulating the movement of an hexapod robot (a six legs spider) who has been designed and built at the Astrobiology Center (CAB) in Madrid (Spain). The robot is called Ptinto and it …

Cognitive architecture for adaptive social robotics
SB Ho – International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract We describe a general adaptive cognitive architecture that is applicable to a wide variety of situations from video surveillance to robotics. A cognitive system must have a set of built-in motivations or primary goals to drive its behavior. In addition, the system must have …

DAC-h3: A Proactive Robot Cognitive Architecture to Acquire and Express Knowledge About the World and the Self
C Moulin-Frier, T Fischer, M Petit… – … on Cognitive and …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper introduces a cognitive architecture for a humanoid robot to engage in a proactive, mixed-initiative exploration and manipulation of its environment, where the initiative can originate from both the human and the robot. The framework, based on a biologically …

Aquila 2.0 software architecture for cognitive robotics
M Peniak, A Morse, A Cangelosi – … Robotics (ICDL), 2013 IEEE …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
The modelling of the integration of various cognitive skills and modalities requires complex and computationally intensive algorithms running in parallel while controlling high-performance systems. The distribution of processing across many computers has certainly …

A cognitive architecture based on an amygdala thalamo cortical model for developing new goals and behaviors: application in humanoid robotics
M BURRAFATO, L FLORIO – 2012 – politesi.polimi.it
English abstract: Cognitive development concerns the evolution of human mental capabilities, through experience earned during life; however, the way human beings develop new goals and behaviors during their lifetime is not completely understood. Many …

Building Blocks for Cognitive Robots: Embodied Simulation and Schemata in a Cognitive Architecture
N Hemion – 2013 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
Abstract Building robots with the ability to perform general intelligent action is a primary goal of artificial intelligence research. The traditional approach is to study and model fragments of cognition separately, with the hope that it will somehow be possible to integrate the …

Towards a cloud-based architecture for 3D object comprehension in cognitive robotics
C Sennersten, A Morshed, M Lochner… – … on Advanced Cognitive …, 2014 – Citeseer
Abstract—Cognitive robotics can take advantage of distributed, web-based information as a foundation for comprehending 3D objects in a 3D scanned world. The proposed CogOnto model makes possible grounding a cognitive computing system with sensor data gathered …

Cognitive architectures for social human-robot interaction
P Baxter, S Lemaignan… – Human-Robot Interaction …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Social HRI requires robots able to use appropriate, adaptive and contingent behaviours to form and maintain engaging social interactions with people. Cognitive Architectures emphasise a generality of mechanism and application, making them an ideal basis for such …

A cognitive neural architecture as a robot controller
Z Fountas, M Shanahan – Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid …, 2013 – Springer
Abstract This work proposes a biologically plausible cognitive architecture implemented in spiking neurons, which is based on well-established models of neuronal global workspace, action selection in the basal ganglia and corticothalamic circuits and can be used to control …

Deep State Representation: an unified internal representation for the robotics cognitive architecture CORTEX
LV Calderita Estévez – 2016 – dehesa.unex.es
CORTEX proposes a agent–?based architecture, where the agents are in charge of classical perceptual, actuation and planning abilities. The agents should be autonomous and obedient, and they are in charge of a well defined functionally–?whether it be reactive …

A multi-agent hybrid cognitive architecture with self-awareness for homecare robot
Y Du, CW de Silva, D Liu – Computer Science & Education …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper presents a novel anthropomorphic multi-agent hybrid architecture with abilities of self-awareness and cognitive control for homecare robots. The paper presents the details of the robot memory (knowledge/data base), self-awareness model, learning method for weight …

Some essential skills and their combination in an architecture for a cognitive and interactive robot
S Devin, G Milliez, M Fiore, A Clodic… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: The topic of joint actions has been deeply studied in the context of Human-Human interaction in order to understand how humans cooperate. Creating autonomous robots that collaborate with humans is a complex problem, where it is relevant to apply what has been …

Spoken instruction-based one-shot object and action learning in a cognitive robotic architecture
M Scheutz, E Krause, B Oosterveld, T Frasca… – Proceedings of the 16th …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Learning new knowledge from single instructions and being able to apply it immediately is a highly desirable capability for artificial agents. We provide the first demonstration of spoken instruction-based one-shot object and action learning in a …

Social human-robot interaction: A new cognitive and affective interaction-oriented architecture
C Adam, W Johal, D Pellier, H Fiorino… – … on Social Robotics, 2016 – Springer
Abstract In this paper, we present CAIO, a Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented architecture for social human-robot interactions (HRI), allowing robots to reason on mental states (including emotions), and to act physically, emotionally and verbally. We also present …

A cooperative architecture for swarm robotic based on dynamic fuzzy cognitive maps
M Mendonça, IR Chrun, F Neves Jr… – Engineering Applications of …, 2017 – Elsevier
Abstract This work presents a cooperative architecture for navigation of a swarm of robots based on Dynamic Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (DFCM). This architecture is used to develop homogeneous autonomous robots without any type of global controllers. The developed …

Memory-Centred Cognitive Architectures for Robots Interacting Socially with Humans
P Baxter – arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.05638, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: The Memory-Centred Cognition perspective places an active association substrate at the heart of cognition, rather than as a passive adjunct. Consequently, it places prediction and priming on the basis of prior experience to be inherent and fundamental aspects of …

Towards a bio-inspired cognitive architecture for short-term memory in humanoid robots
F Ruini, JK Apel, AF Morse, A Cangelosi, R Ellis… – … Autonomous Robotic …, 2012 – Springer
Abstract Short-Term Memory (STM) is a crucial weapon in humans’ cognitive arsenal as it allows them to avoid a purely sensory-motor existence. Many theoretical models have been proposed over the years attempting to capture the essential mechanisms of STM. Amongst …

Chidori–a bio-inspired cognitive architecture for collective robotics applications
C Vasile, A Pavel, C Buiu – IFAC Proceedings Volumes, 2010 – Elsevier
Abstract A cognitive collaborative multi-agent control architecture that addresses real-world control problems for swarms of mobile robots is proposed. The swarm’s emergent behaviour is obtained by using a distributed Particle Swarm Optimization inspired algorithm. A swarm …

Adding Conscious Aspects in Virtual Robot Navigation through Baars-Franklin’s Cognitive Architecture
T Becker, JA Fabro, AS de Oliveira… – Autonomous Robot …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Human consciousness is a target of research in multiple fields of knowledge, that presents it as an important characteristic to better handle complex and diverse situations. Artificial consciousness models have arose, together with theories that attempt to model what we …

Connecting a cognitive architecture to robotic perception
U Kurup, C Lebiere, A Stentz… – … Systems Technology XIV, 2012 – spiedigitallibrary.org
We present an integrated architecture in which perception and cognition interact and provide information to each other leading to improved performance in real-world situations. Our system integrates the Felzenswalb et. al. object-detection algorithm with the ACT-R …

Supporting mixed initiative human-robot interaction: A script-based cognitive architecture approach
H Park, Y Choi, Y Jung… – Neural Networks, 2008 …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
As complex indoor-robot systems are developed and deployed into the real-world, the demand for human-robot interaction is increasing. Mixed-initiative human-robot interaction is a good method to coordinate actions of a human and a robot in a complementary fashion. In …

A robot simulator based on the cross architecture for the development of cognitive robotics
DH Perico, TPD Homem, AC Almeida… – Robotics Symposium …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper presents a new 2D robot simulator based on the Cross Architecture for RoboCup Soccer Humanoid League domain. A simulator is an important tool for testing cognitive algorithms in robots without the need of handling with real robot problems, moreover, a …

Engineering computer architectures for cognitive robotics-the CR/SARAMA model
JT Amenyo – Cognitive Informatics, 2009. ICCI’09. 8th IEEE …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
The concepts of Artifact-as-Organism and Creator-in-a-Box, and their autonomy, adaptation and evolution are proposed as purely engineering motivations for the incorporation of the cognitive attributes of consciousness and self-awareness into robots, automata, machines …

Enabling Basic Normative HRI in a Cognitive Robotic Architecture
V Sarathy, JR Wilson, T Arnold, M Scheutz – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – arxiv.org
Abstract: Collaborative human activities are grounded in social and moral norms, which humans consciously and subconsciously use to guide and constrain their decision-making and behavior, thereby strengthening their interactions and preventing emotional and …

Ontology-based cognitive system for contextual reasoning in robot architectures
A Oltramari, Y Vinokurov, C Lebiere, J Oh… – 2014 AAAI Spring …, 2014 – aaai.org
Abstract We present a hybrid system for reasoning over contextual and spatial elements of environments. The system, designed for deployment in robot architectures, leverages a knowledge base framework for common-sense reasoning through the integration with the …

Percepts symbols or Action symbols? Generalizing how all modules interact within a software architecture for cognitive robotics
R Marfil, LJ Manso, JP Bandera… – 17th Workshop of …, 2016 – clarc-echord.eu
Abstract—Robots require a close coupling of perception and action. Cognitive robots go beyond this to require a further coupling with cognition. From the perspective of robotics, this coupling generally emphasizes a tightly integrated perceptuomotor system, which is then …

A cognitive robot control architecture for autonomous execution of surgical tasks
N Preda, F Ferraguti, G De Rossi, C Secchi… – … of Medical Robotics …, 2016 – World Scientific
The research on medical robotics is starting to address the autonomous execution of surgical tasks, without effective intervention of humans apart from supervision and task configuration. This paper addresses the complete automation of a surgical robot by …

Cognitive architecture for robot perception and learning based on human-robot interaction
U Martinez-Hernandez, LW Boorman, A Damianou… – vislab.isr.ist.utl.pt
Abstract—In this paper, we present a cognitive architecture for human-robot interaction to allow robots to perceive, learn and understand the changing state of their surrounding environment. The cognitive architecture is composed of modules for processing of multiple …

A cognitive architecture for a service robot: an answer set programming approach
J Ji – Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on …, 2009 – staff.ustc.edu.cn
Service robot is one of the most promising directions of Robotics and full of challenges. Most of current work in Robotics concentrate on low-level functions, while in AI there are notable achievements on high-level functions. It would be interesting to integrate state of the art AI …

A Cognitive Architecture for Understanding and Producing Natural Language in Support of Robotic Creativity
A Pipitone, V Cannella, R Pirrone… – … Robots Face-to-Face, 2014 – cogsci.eecs.qmul.ac.uk
Abstract—A novel cognitive architecture is presented, which is aimed at understanding and producing natural language utterances intended as single dialogue moves between a humanoid robot and the user. The presented system is part of a wider robotic architecture  …

Perspectives on Robotic Embodiment from a Developmental Cognitive Architecture
P Baxter, W Browne – … and Intelligent Systems, 2009. ICAIS’09 …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Recent discussions in cognitive robotics have emphasised the role of embodiment and developmental learning. A novel developmental memory-based cognitive framework, and its associated computational architecture, is presented. This framework emphasises the low …

Respective advantages and disadvantages of model-based and model-free reinforcement learning in a robotics neuro-inspired cognitive architecture
E Renaudo, B Girard, R Chatila, M Khamassi – Procedia Computer Science, 2015 – Elsevier
Abstract Combining model-based and model-free reinforcement learning systems in robotic cognitive architectures appears as a promising direction to endow artificial agents with flexibility and decisional autonomy close to mammals. In particular, it could enable robots to …

A cognitive architecture for self learning in Humanoid Robots
MF Mushtaq, DM Khan, U Akram, S Ullah, A Tariq – IJCSNS, 2017 – paper.ijcsns.org
Summary Cognitive is the mental process of knowing, including characteristics such as perception, awareness, judgment, and reasoning. Today humanoid robots need to become self-learner like humans, in this way they can be able to experience different things and …

Using a Cognitive Architecture to Control the Behaviour of Virtual Robots
PR Smart, K Sycara – 2015 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
In order to support the use of cognitive architectures in computer simulation studies involving virtual environments, an integration solution is proposed that enables ACT-R cognitive models to communicate with the Unity game engine. The integration solution is tested using …

More from the body: Embodied anticipation for swift re-adaptation in neurocomputational cognitive architectures for robotic agents
A Montebelli, R Lowe, T Ziemke – … in Cognitive Systems, in press …, 2010 – researchgate.net
Abstract. The coupling between a body (in an extended sense that encompasses both neural and non-neural dynamics) and its environment is here conceived as a critical substrate for cognition. We propose and discuss the plan for a neurocomputational cognitive  …

Development of a Mobile Robot System Based on the Soar Cognitive Architecture
SD Hanford, LN Long – Journal of Aerospace Information Systems, 2014 – arc.aiaa.org
Cognitive architectures, computer programs that define mechanisms that are important for domain-independent intelligent behavior, have the potential for generating intelligent and autonomous behavior in unmanned vehicles. The cognitive robotic system has …

Towards a distributed, cognitive robotic architecture for autonomous heterogeneous robotic platforms
SD Lathrop, CM Korpela – Technologies for Practical Robot …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper describes an early phase towards a general, holistic, distributed robotic architecture capable of supporting different domain specific tasks autonomously or semi-autonomously on multiple platforms. Rather than focusing on individual components and …

Probabilistic BDI in a Cognitive Robot Architecture
DN Davis, H Miri – International Journal of Computer Science and …, 2012 – researchgate.net
Abstract-The probabilistic approach to cognition has become an established approach in recent decades. Cognition is better viewed as solving probabilistic, rather than logical, inference problems; ie cognition is better understood in terms of probability theory, rather …

A neuromorphically inspired architecture for cognitive robots
M Wilkes, E Erdemir, K Kawamura – … and Brain-Based Robots, 2011 – books.google.com
After several decades of developmental research on intelligent robotics in our lab, we began to focus on the realization of mammalian adaptability functions for our upperbody humanoid robot ISAC (Intelligent Soft Arm Control) described in Kawamura et al.(2000, 2004) …

Two Bots, One Brain: Component Sharing in Cognitive Robotic Architectures
B Oosterveld, L Brusatin, M Scheutz – … Conference on Human-Robot …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Humans communicate knowledge and coordinate actions through natural language exchanges, effectively externalizing their thoughts as they cannot directly access each others’ minds. This, however, is not a limitation for artificial agents like robots which can …

Towards a comprehensive data fusion architecture for cognitive robotics
M Baklouti, J AbouSaleh, B Khaledgi… – New Directions in …, 2009 – Springer
Abstract A generic cognitive robotics framework should integrate multimodalities to preserve consistency, minimize uncertainty, and adopt human like concepts in order to achieve efficient interaction with the operator. Fusion is the process of combining observations …

Cognitive memory for semantic agents architecture in robotic interaction
S Dourlens, A Ramdane-Cherif – Cognitive Informatics for …, 2012 – books.google.com
ABSTRACT Since 1960, AI researchers have worked on intelligent and reactive architectures capable of managing multiple events and acts in the environment. This issue is part of the Robotics domain. An extraction of meaning at different levels of abstraction and …

A modular architecture for the integration of high and low level cognitive systems of autonomous robots
M Spranger, C Thiele, M Hild – … software frameworks in cognitive robotics …, 2008 – core.ac.uk
Abstract—This paper presents an actively developed and used software framework that integrates different computational paradigms to solve cognitive tasks of different levels. The system has been employed to empower research on very different platforms ranging from …

A neuroinspired cognitive behavioral control architecture for visually driven mobile robotics
C Beck, U Olcese, A Montagner… – Robotics and …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Several studies have shown that the optic flow serves as a tool for navigation for animals. Flying insects use it to follow paths and avoid obstacles, while in primates it represents an additional input that can improve navigational performance. A neuroinspired architecture for …

Emergently Developed Cognitive Architectures: Testing by Developmental Robotics.
G Berg-Cross – … : Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2009 – aaai.org
Abstract How useful are bio-developmental approaches for understanding how cognitive capabilities are acquired? One bio-developmental hypothesis is that human cognition unfolds with maturation as a massive collection of adaptive cognitive “capabilities” …

Gagarin: A Cognitive Architecture Applied to a Russian-Language Interactive Humanoid Robot
V Reutskiy, N Mavridis – Cognitive Robot Architectures, 2017 – eucognition.org
ABSTRACT Cognitive Architectures have been an active area of research for more than two decades, starting from well-known examples such as ACT-R. Beyond modeling human performance, one of the promising domains of application of cognitive architectures is in real …

Prefrontal Cortex Motivated Cognitive Architecture for Multiple Robots
AK Mishra, A Kumar, D Deb – arXiv preprint arXiv:1411.3111, 2014 – arxiv.org
Abstract: In this paper, we introduce a cerebral cortex inspired architecture for robots in which we have mapped hierarchical cortical representation of human brain to logic flow and decision making process. Our work focuses on the two major features of human cognitive  …

The Haikonen Cognitive Architecture For Xcr-1 Robot Brain
D POSTOLEA, AI URICHIANU – … /Description of CIP–Biblioteca Na?ional? a … – papers.ssrn.com
Abstract This article presents an engineering approach towards cognitive and conscious of XCR-1 robot, based on the Haikonen cognitive architecture. The Haikonen cognitive architecture is designed for an embodied perceptive and interactive system, such as a …

Cognitive Development and Architectures for Cognitive Robotics
A Sciutti, T Yamamoto, M Asada, G Sandini, D Vernon… – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
A key feature of humans is the ability to entertain models of other agents, to anticipate what they are going to do and to plan accordingly a collaborative action. Analogously the focus of cognitive robotics is on predictive capabilities: being able to view the world from someone …

Cerebral cortex inspired cognitive architecture for robots
AK Mishra – Energy, Automation, and Signal (ICEAS), 2011 …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
In this paper we present a cerebral cortex inspired architecture for robots. This is an attempt at achieving cognitive behavior in robotics. This novel approach maps cerebral cortex architecture of human beings to processing architecture of robots. We have tried to provide a …

Towards a model-centric cognitive architecture for service robots
A Steck – IJCAI Proceedings-International Joint Conference on …, 2011 – aaai.org
Abstract The development of service robots has gained more and more attention over the last years. Advanced robots have to cope with many different situations and contingencies while executing concurrent and interruptable complex tasks. To manage the sheer variety of …

Review of the most successfully used cognitive architectures in robotics and a proposal for a new model of knowledge acquisition
L Kajdocsi, CR Pozna – … and Informatics (SISY), 2014 IEEE 12th …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper describes the current state-of-the-art in Cognitive Architectures, which could assist in the development of the agent-based robotic systems, and gives a proposition for a possibly new model. Agent-based cognitive systems would be the key-factor of the future …

Embodied anticipation in neurocomputational cognitive architectures for robotic agents
A Montebelli, R Lowe, T Ziemke – The Swedish AI Society Workshop May …, 2009 – ep.liu.se
Abstract The coupling between a body (in an extended sense that encompasses both neural and non-neural dynamics) and its environment is here conceived as a critical substrate for cognition. We propose and discuss the plan for a neurocomputational cognitive architecture  …

Research Summary A Cognitive Architecture for a Service Robot: an Answer Set Programming Approach
J Ji – 2009 – Citeseer
Abstract Service robot is one of the most promising directions of Robotics and full of challenges. Most of current work in Robotics concentrate on low-level functions, while in AI there are notable achievements on high-level functions. It would be interesting to integrate …

Autonomous Learning of Procedural Knowledge in an Evolutionary Cognitive Architecture for Robots
R Salgado, F Bellas, RJ Duro – European Conference on the Applications …, 2015 – Springer
Abstract This paper describes a procedure to provide a way for the Multilevel Darwinist Brain evolutionary cognitive architecture to be able to learn and preserve procedural knowledge while operating on-line. This procedural knowledge is acquired in the form of ANNs that …

A cognitive architecture approach to robot voice control and response
S Patel – 2008 – support.csis.pace.edu
Abstract Future life pictures humans having intelligent humanoid robotic systems taking part in their everyday life. Thus researchers strive to supply robots with an adequate artificial intelligence in order to achieve a natural and intuitive interaction between human being and …

Cognitive Architectures for Optimal Remote Image Representation for Driving a Telepresence Robot
N Efremova, A Kiselev – … on Cognitive Architectures for Human-Robot …, 2014 – diva-portal.org
ABSTRACT In this paper, we examine teleoperation as a critical aspect of using mobile robotic telepresence systems. Particularly, we propose and advocate using cognitive architectures as means to ease teleoperation for novice users and to enhance social …

Towards an Affective Cognitive Architecture for Human-Robot Interaction for the iCub Robot
A Tanevska, F Rea, G Sandini, A Sciutti – 1st Workshop on “Behavior …, 2017 – hal.inria.fr
The ability to reason for itself and make decisions for its own actions is a highly desirable ability for robots engaged in human-robot interaction (HRI). By being able to perceive the environment, select the optimal action wrt the state of the environment and then observe and …

A use case of an adaptive cognitive architecture for the operation of humanoid robots in real environments
DH Garcia, C Monje… – … of Advanced Robotic …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
Future trends in robotics call for robots that can work, interact and collaborate with humans. Developing these kind of robots requires the development of intelligent behaviours. As a minimum standard for behaviours to be considered as intelligent, it is required at least to …

Developing a Cognitive Architecture For Aldebaran Nao Robots To Train Exclusively In RoboCup SPL
A Mansoor – researchgate.net
Nao robot to make it a truly intelligent machine that expresses human-like, embodied general intelligence, when viewed in the context of RoboCup SPL. The design of the preliminary architecture describes how it can be used, to give Nao a ‘mind’, with long-term …

SERVO STACKS: An Architecture for Cognitive and Developmental Robotics.
JS Hall – … : Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2008 – aaai.org
Abstract SERVO STACKS is a functional-level cognitive architecture designed to meet the demands of ontogenetic development and general learning, as well as those of real-time control of a robotic body. It is inspired by techniques apparently adopted by evolution in …

Cognitive Architecture to Composite Emotions from Autonomic Nervous System for Robotic Head
C Amandine, K Jong-Hwan, KA Tehrani – Robot Intelligence Technology …, 2013 – Springer
Abstract In this paper, methods are proposed for generating facial expression defined by Ekman’s facial expression database from a robotic head. This paper gives rise to how to generate two emotions at the same time and how to solve problems between two conflicting …

Embodied anticipation for swift re-adaptation in neurocomputational cognitive architectures for robotic agents
A Montebelli, R Lowe, T Ziemke – 31st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive …, 2009 – Citeseer
Abstract The coupling between a body (in an extended sense that encompasses both neural and non-neural dynamics) and its environment is here conceived as a critical substrate for cognition. We propose and discuss the plan for a neurocomputational cognitive architecture  …

An Integrative Cognitive Architecture Aimed at Emulating Early Childhood Intelligence in a Humanoid Robot
B Goertzel, I Arel, C Pennachin – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
At its inception in the 1950s, AI aimed at producing human level general intelligence in machines. Within a decade or so the difficulty of that goal became evident, and it was scaled back to one of producing systems displaying intelligence within narrow domains. Over the …

Cognitive architecture of a humanoid robot for coaching physical exercises in kinaesthetic rehabilitation
P Tanguy – keraal.enstb.org
Abstract—The rising number of the elderly incurs growing concern about healthcare, and in particular rehabilitation healthcare. Assistive technology and assistive robotics in particular may help to improve this process. We develop a robot coach capable of demonstrating …

Social Human-Robot Interaction: A New Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented Architecture
S Pesty – Social Robotics: 8th International Conference, ICSR …, 2016 – books.google.com
Abstract. In this paper, we present CAIO, a Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented architecture for social human-robot interactions (HRI), allowing robots to reason on mental states (including emotions), and to act physically, emotionally and verbally. We also present …

Animacy Perception and Mind Attribution in a Cognitive Architecture for Human-Robot Interaction
S Spaulding, C Breazeal – samspaulding.com
ABSTRACT For a cognitive architecture to be useful for Human-Robot Interaction, it will need to have a highly developed understanding of humans, their actions, and their interactions with the environment. Chief among abilities we wish to build around is the ability …

Towards a robotic mind by cognitive architectures
I Infantino – Citeseer
Towards a robotic mind by cognitive architectures … ICAR – CNR, Viale delle Scienze ed.11, Palermo, Italy ignazio.infantino@cnr.it … Introduction Towards a robotic mind by cognitive architectures (7; 24; 17; 9; 4; 20; 10; 8; 15; 3; 5; 23; 25; 16; 14; 6; 12; 13; 26; 1; 2; 22; 21; 18; Chella …

Task Oriented Control of a Humanoid Robot Through the Implementation of a Cognitive Architecture
DH García, CA Monje, C Balaguer – Journal of Intelligent & Robotic …, 2017 – Springer
Abstract This work presents a novel approach on task oriented control of a humanoid robot through the implementation of a cognitive architecture. The architecture developed here provides humanoid robots with systems that allow them to continuously learn new skills …

Embodied anticipation for swift re-adaptation in neurocomputational cognitive architectures for robotic agents
R Lowe, A Montebelli, T Ziemke – … of the Cognitive …, 2009 – cloudfront.escholarship.org
Abstract The coupling between a body (in an extended sense that encompasses both neural and non-neural dynamics) and its environment is here conceived as a critical substrate for cognition. We propose and discuss the plan for a neurocomputational cognitive architecture  …

2nd Workshop on Cognitive Architectures for Social Human-Robot Interaction 2016 (CogArch4sHRI 2016)
P Baxter, JG Trafton… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – adsabs.harvard.edu
Abstract This volume is the proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Cognitive Architectures for Social Human-Robot Interaction, held at the ACM/IEEE HRI 2016 conference, which took place on Monday 7th March 2016, in Christchurch, New Zealand. Organised by Paul Baxter …

A hybrid propositional-embodied cognitive architecture for human-robot cooperation
PF Dominey, I Tapiero, C Madden… – … , 2008. IJCNN 2008 …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Robot platforms have now reached a level of technical development wherein they are becoming physically capable of useful interaction with humans, while ensuring safety and reasonable cost. The current challenge is for cognitive systems science to provide these …

Social signs processing in a cognitive architecture for an humanoid robot
A Augello, E Cipolla, I Infantino, A Manfré… – Procedia Computer …, 2018 – Elsevier
Abstract A social robot has to recognize human social intention in order to fully interact with him/her. People intention can be inferred by processing verbal and non-verbal communicative signs. In this work we describe an actions classification module embedded …

A Learning-based Control Architecture for Socially Assistive Robots Providing Cognitive Interventions
J Chan – 2011 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract Due to the world’s rapidly growing elderly population, dementia is becoming increasingly prevalent. This poses considerable health, social, and economic concerns as it impacts individuals, families and healthcare systems. Current research has shown that …

An artificial robotics neural network architecture for innate release mechanism based cognitive model
KKK Leung – 2009 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Innate release mechanism (IRM) is a cognitive model that describes the relationship between stimuli and animal’s behavioral patterns. This model is basically a perception filter which ignores any uncorrelated stimuli. Only designated stimulus (i) can …

Designing a Society of mind Cognitive Architectures (SMCA) for Fixing a Space Robots
MV VijayaKumar – drvijayakumarmv.webs.com
Abstract This paper describes the results of a simulation to demonstrate the principles and emergent intelligence associated with space robots. This research is concerned with the principles whereby a war field robot finds its energy, and collects the information …

A Cognitive Architecture Incorporating Theory of Mind in Social Robots towards Their Personal Assistance at Home
OC Görür, ? Albayrak – researchgate.net
Abstract—Recent studies show that robots are still far from being long-term companions in our daily lives. With an interdisciplinary approach, this position paper structures around coping with this problem and suggests guidelines on how to develop a cognitive architecture  …

Cognitive robot architectures: Proceedings of EUCognition 2016
R Chrisley, VC Müller, Y Sandamirskaya, M Vincze – 2017 – philpapers.org
Abstract The European Association for Cognitive Systems is the association resulting from the EUCog network, which has been active since 2006. It has ca. 1000 members and is currently chaired by Vincent C. Müller. We ran our annual conference on December 08-09 …

The role of monitoring and emotions in a cognitive architecture for an outdoor robot guide
A Chella, R Barone, I Macaluso, L Riano – AI* IA 2008 Intelligenza …, 2008 – iris.unipa.it
Segnalazioni con codici 20501/20503/20504: Alcuni dati obbligatori per il sito CINECA non sono presenti o invalidi; oppure il sito CINECA non è riuscito ad individuare una rivista con i dati forniti, è necessario controllare la correttezza dell’ISSN e/o EISSN dove applicabili e il …

An Innovative Cognitive Architecture for Humanoid Robot
MF Mushtaq, U Akram, A Tariq, I Khan… – INTERNATIONAL …, 2017 – researchgate.net
Abstract—Humanoid robot is appearing as most popular research tool and emerging research field. The greatest challenge in the development of robot is cognition, advancement and the understanding in the human like cognition. Humanoid robot requires …

A Comparison of Modern Synthetic Character Design and Cognitive Robotics Architecture with the Human Nervous System
CJ Gilliland – mit.edu
Abstract We begin by discussing reasons for choosing artificial human life as a research goal, and then investigate the adaptiveness or appropriateness of three artificial life architectures to the design of artificial humans. Brooks’ Subsumption Architecture is …

Modular software architecture for cognitive robots performing manipulation tasks
M Bruinink – 2013 – repository.tudelft.nl
In the near future a large increase in elderly population is expected. One of the solutions to this problem is to introduce service robots which can provide a day to day care, allowing elderly to live longer independently. However performing basic household tasks proposes …

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