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[BOOK] Robot brains: circuits and systems for conscious machines PO Haikonen – 2007 – Haikonen envisions autonomous robots that perceive and understand the world directly, acting in it in a natural human-like way without the need of programs and numerical representation of information. By developing higher-level cognitive functions through the … Cited by 63 Related articles All 7 versions

Extended Vision with the Robot Sensor Suit: A Primary Sensor Image Approach to Interfacing Body to Brain M Inaba – Robotics Research, 1996 – Springer … The primary sen- sor image gives the robot brain a projection of the world. … 2.2. Parallel Processing Through Sensor Image Bus Extended vision looks the real world through the whole sensor of body and gives the sensory im- age projected from the outer world to the robot brain. … Cited by 12 Related articles All 2 versions

Experiments with an in-vitro robot brain K Warwick, SJ Nasuto, VM Becerra, BJ Whalley – Computing with instinct, 2011 – Springer Abstract The controlling mechanism of a typical mobile robot is usually a computer system either remotely positioned or in-body. Recent research is on-going in which biological neurons are grown and trained to act as the brain of an interactive real-world robot– … Cited by 13 Related articles All 3 versions

Active acquisition of 3d map in robot brain by combining motion and perceived images K Deguchi, T Nakagawa – Brain, Vision, and Artificial Intelligence, 2005 – Springer Abstract In this paper, we propose an active vision strategy for the construction of a 3D map in a robot brain from its stereo eye images. We show that, by the direct combination of its action and image change caused by the action, the robot can acquires a 3D accurate map … Cited by 6 Related articles All 7 versions

Realization of dynamics simulator embedded robot brain for humanoid robots T Ogura, K Okada, M Inaba – Robotics and Automation, 2007 …, 2007 – Abstract—This paper proposes the new robot programming environment in which robot motion programming environment and dynamics simulator are integrated. This allows robot motion programs to include simulation descriptions. Additionally, a new implementation of … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions

Design and implementation of brain real-time part for remote-brained robot approach S Kagami, F Kanehiro, K Nagasaka… – … Robots and Systems …, 1997 – … “Remote-Brained Approach” is a paradigm for soft- ware research by separating the robot brain from the robot body. … In this approach, a robot brain is left in a remotely placed computer, and a robot body is connected to the brain through wireless link. … Cited by 5 Related articles

Brain-controlled telepresence robot by motor-disabled people L Tonin, T Carlson, R Leeb… – Engineering in Medicine …, 2011 – Page 1. Brain-Controlled Telepresence Robot by Motor-Disabled People Luca Tonin, Tom Carlson, Robert Leeb, and José del R. Millán Abstract—In this paper we present the first results of users with disabilities in mentally controlling … Cited by 36 Related articles All 12 versions

Brains, bodies, and beyond: Competitive co-evolution of robot controllers, morphologies and environments G Buason, N Bergfeldt, T Ziemke – Genetic Programming and Evolvable …, 2005 – Springer … obstacle avoidance task despite the different sensor ranges [19]. The possibility of an integrated evolution of robot ‘brains’ and bodies has also been addressed in CCE experiments. Among the first of these were Cliff and Miller … Cited by 41 Related articles All 6 versions

Using brain-computer interface to steer a humanoid robot P Gergondet, S Druon, A Kheddar… – … (ROBIO), 2011 IEEE …, 2011 – Page 1. Using Brain-Computer Interface to Steer a Humanoid Robot Pierre Gergondet, Sebastien Druon, Abderrahmane Kheddar, Christoph Hintermüller, Christoph Guger and Mel Slater Abstract—This work presents the use … Cited by 23 Related articles All 5 versions

Here comes the robotic brain! A Llarena – Trends in Intelligent Robotics, 2010 – Springer Abstract Year after year computers increase their processing power. This has been an advantage for the implementation of new and powerful robotic algorithms. While every day more complex algorithms appear, most of the increased processing capabilities of the … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions

Brain-controlled exoskeleton robot for BMI rehabilitation T Noda, N Sugimoto, J Furukawa… – … ), 2012 12th IEEE- …, 2012 – Page 1. Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Robot for BMI Rehabilitation Tomoyuki Noda Dept. of Brain Robot Interface, ATR Computational Neuroscience Labs 2-2-2 Seika-cho, Hikaridai, Souraku-gun Kyoto, Japan 619-0288 Email: t … Cited by 10 Related articles

Brain-inspired bayesian perception for biomimetic robot touch NF Lepora, JC Sullivan, B Mitchinson… – … (ICRA), 2012 IEEE …, 2012 – Page 1. Brain-inspired Bayesian perception for biomimetic robot touch Nathan F. Lepora, J. Charlie Sullivan, Ben Mitchinson, Martin Pearson, Kevin Gurney, Tony J. Prescott Abstract—Studies of decision making in animals suggest … Cited by 10 Related articles All 6 versions

fRI, functional robotic imaging: Visualizing a robot brain E Chinellato, AP del Pobil – IEEE International Conference on …, 2008 – Abstract—Despite the increasing mutual interest between robotics and neuroscience research, the lack of a common language limits the interaction of the two fields. We propose a framework for facilitating such interaction, through the introduction of a tool designed to … Cited by 2 Related articles

Brain-controlled robot agent: An EEG-based eRobot agent D Sanders, LW Wu, HC Liao, JS Hu… – Industrial Robot: An …, 2008 – … Brain electrical activities recorded as multichannel electroencephalogram (EEG) signals have been used to investigate neurological disorders and brain function. Researchers have speculated that EEG signals could be used to control devices and the environment. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 8 versions

The ACT-4D: A novel rehabilitation robot for the quantification of upper limb motor impairments following brain injury AHA Stienen, JG McPherson… – … (ICORR), 2011 IEEE …, 2011 – Page 1. The ACT-4D: A Novel Rehabilitation Robot for the Quantification of Upper Limb Motor Impairments Following Brain Injury Arno HA Stienen 1,4 , Jacob G. McPherson 1,2 , Alfred C. Schouten 4,5 and Jules PA Dewald 1,2,3,5 . … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Topological properties of evolved robot brains. C Adami, N Chaumont, JA Edlund, A Hintze – ALIFE, 2008 – The topological structure of animal brains is likely to be interesting because the computational power of brains is thought to be almost entirely due to its wiring pattern and hierarchical organization. At the same time, this pattern is not at all well understood, and … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Control of medical robotics and neurorobotic prosthetics by noninvasive Brain-Robot Interfaces via EEG and RFID Technology A Eleni – BioInformatics and BioEngineering, 2008. BIBE 2008. …, 2008 – … human or animal brain and a robot. Brain Computer Interface (BCI),also called a direct neural interface or a brain-machine interface, is a direct communication pathway between human or animal brain and an external device. … Cited by 3 Related articles

Electroencephalography (EEG)-based instinctive brain-control of a quadruped locomotion robot W Jia, D Huang, X Luo, H Pu, X Chen… – … in Medicine and …, 2012 – … Brain-computer interface technology is based on the direct access to the information of physical activity in the thought processes of the human brain, providing an effective neuro-pathway connecting thinking and machine intelligence. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Evolving robot brains and bodies together: An experimental investigation WP Lee – Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, 2003 – Taylor & Francis Abstract In recent years, evolutionary algorithms have been proposed to synthesize robot controllers. However, admittedly, it is not satisfactory just to evolve the control system, because the performance of the control system depends on other hardware parameters, … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

CDMA Communication Chips for Highly Flexible Robot Brain M Shiozaki, T Mukai, M Sasaki… – SICE System Integration …, 2003 – In CDMA communication, bit data are encoded by a spread code and the encoded signal is sent from the transmitter, as shown Figure. 1. In the receiver, the data can be obtained by decoding the received signal. The decoding is a correlation operation between the … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Usage of the ACT 3D Robot in a Brain Machine Interface for Hand Opening and Closing in Stroke Survivors J Yao, C Sheaff, JPA Dewald – Rehabilitation Robotics, 2007. …, 2007 – Page 1. Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, June 12-15, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Usage of the ACT3D Robot in a Brain Machine Interface for Hand Opening and Closing in Stroke Survivors … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions

Steering a robot with a brain-computer interface: impact of video feedback on BCI performance P Gergondet, D Petit, A Kheddar – RO-MAN, 2012 IEEE, 2012 – Page 1. Steering a Robot with a Brain-Computer Interface: Impact of Video Feedback on BCI Performance Pierre Gergondet1,2 Damien Petit1,2 Abderrahmane Kheddar1,2 Abstract—We present an experiment we carried out … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Mobile robot navigation through a brain computer interface YC Yu, A Nawroj, S Wang… – Signal Processing in …, 2012 – Page 1. Mobile Robot Navigation through a Brain Computer Interface Yih-Choung Yu Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng. Lafayette College Easton, PA, USA Ahsan Nawroj Dept. of Mechanical Eng. and Material Science Yale University New Haven, CT, USA … Cited by 2 Related articles

Automatic extraction of command hierarchies for adaptive brain-robot interfacing M Bryan, G Nicoll, V Thomas, M Chung… – … (ICRA), 2012 IEEE …, 2012 – … effective throughput of the HBCI. User BCI GUI Skill Manager, Sequence Extractor Robot Brain signal Available Skills Robot State Lower-level Commands Robot Com m ands Robot State, Available Skills Fig. 1. Overview of system … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Brain-Computer control Of Wheelchair concluded Mobile Robot K Saravanan, H Mahalakshmi – International Journal of Advanced …, 2013 – Page 1. International Journal of Advanced Research in Robotics and Development Volume: 1 Issue: 1 08-Dec-2013,ISSN_NO: 2348-2338 Brain-Computer control Of Wheelchair concluded Mobile Robot … BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

NIM as a brain for a humanoid robot JPW Lacroix, EO Postma, B Hommel… – Proceedings of the …, 2006 – … Obviously, this limited number of objects can hardly be considered to be representative for the enormous number of objects that natural systems encounter in the real world. Ideally, a plausible humanoid robot brain should be able to distinguish among large numbers of objects. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

A robotic brain scheme: proposal originated by a modular robotic control J Negrete-Martínez – Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 2007 – Taylor & Francis Abstract A robot brain scheme has been implemented, based on and controlled by analog circuits and micro-controllers. The modules have been classified as:(a) world signal processing,(b) world signal relevance assessing,(c) pre-motor decisions,(d) motor … Related articles All 4 versions

Can we check robot “brains”? L Pulina, A Tacchella – We consider MLPs comprised of three layers: input, output and a single hidden layer with fully connected topology. Given n neurons in the input layer, the i-th input value is denoted as xi, i={1,…, n}. With m neurons in the hidden layer, the induced local field (ILF) rj of the j- … Related articles All 2 versions

Natural Language in Robot Brains PO Haikonen – Robot Brains: Circuits and Systems for Conscious … – Wiley Online Library Practical interactive robots should be able to understand language. They should be able to discuss their situation, understand commands and explain what they have done and why, and what they are going to do. They should be able to learn by verbal descriptions. …

CDMA Serial Communication Chips for Highly Flexible Robot Brain M Shiozaki, A Iwata, M Sasaki – Various serial interface standards, eg, USB, IEEE-1394, etc have been established for multimedia applications. However, they do not have sufficient feature for robot control systems, in which various sensors, imagers, actuators and processors are connected as … Related articles All 3 versions

Electroencephalogram training phase reduction for ubiquitous robotic brain symbiosis D Swords, S Abdalla… – Ubiquitous Robots and …, 2013 – Abstract–Electroencephalograms are brain-computer interfaces that consist of a series of conductors placed on the scalp, using machine-learning techniques, the P300 signal can be classified and used to command ubiquitous robotic systems. For both able-bodied and … Related articles

Emergence and Development of Embodied Cognition From Humanoid Robot Body to Humanoid Robot Brain Y Kuniyoshi – Dynamical principles for neuroscience and intelligent …, 2006 – Citeseer Abstract A new framework of robot-synthetic approach to developmental cognitive science is proposed, which attempts to provide a working model of development starting from embryo, reaching early social interaction. Accumulating evidences suggest that cortical … Related articles

Scheme of an Abducing Brain-Based Robot J Negrete-Martínez – Toward Artificial Sapience, 2008 – Springer … Abstract Robot implementations suggest robot brain schemes with local incremen- tal inverse motor functions feeding their direct motor functions. … Figure 6 depicts a postulated living-brain version of the modules of the robotic brain (Negrete-Martínez 2007). … Related articles All 5 versions

A Cognitive Architecture for Robot Brains PO Haikonen – Robot Brains: Circuits and Systems for Conscious … – Wiley Online Library In artificial intelligence cognitive architectures are computer programs with an overall structure that tries to emulate and combine various cognitive functions in order to generate human-like cognition and general intelligence. An artificial cognitive system may try to …

Robot brains make the same mistakes as humans M Reilly, D Robson – New Scientist, 2007 – Elsevier Download PDF Opens in a new window. Article suggestions will be shown in a dialog on return to ScienceDirect. … Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. … Recreating cognitive, human flaws in software programs, and one day robots, might prove to be a …

Flexible, Portable Robotic Brains/Heads AM Arsenio – Citeseer The Problem: This research derives from the evolution of the M4, a dog-like robot, to the M2- Macaco project, a primate-like mobile robot in joint development with the MIT Leg Lab. It consists of the development of a portable and flexible robotic brain/head which both fits a … Related articles All 6 versions

Solutions for a Robot Brain W Fritz – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2012, 2013 – Springer Abstract Some problems exist when trying to build a cognitive architecture. It should be able to learn any activity, understand human words, learn from its own experiences and manage a bigger memory without slowing down. Here we show some possible solutions. All 5 versions

nBrains A New Type of Robot Brain A Balaam – Advances in Artificial Life, 2001 – Springer Abstract The design and implementation of a possible alternative to Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) for agent control is described. This alternative, known as the nBrain, uses the phase-space representation as the inspiration for a controller. The agent progresses to … Related articles All 6 versions

Migrating robot control systems, towards the universality of robotic brains P Neculoiu – 2012 – Abstract Currently robot control systems are specifically designed, engineered and fine tuned for particular problems on particular robots. This leads to a significant waste of man- hours of engineer and Phd level work to implement and reimplement or adapt controllers … Related articles

Robot Brain Board: A Microcontroller Board Design for Robotics-oriented Motor Controls K Ihara – 2006 – Abstract: Controlling a complex system such as a bipedal walking robot requires a sophisticated control algorithm with numerous feedback inputs and control outputs. The shortcomings of many offthe-shelf microcontroller kits include large physical size, power …

A Strategy Learning Model for Robot Brain M Ono, M Sasaki, A Iwata – Recently, the robots interacting with human being such as welfare robots are expected, with the progress of the robot technology. So it is necessary for the robot to have a brain with capabilities similar to human’s one (we call it “Robot Brain”). It can recognize our … Related articles All 7 versions

A Method to Deal with Prospective Risks at Home in Robotic Observations by Using a Brain-Inspired Model D Chik, GN Tripathi, H Wagatsuma – Neural Information Processing, 2013 – Springer … 9,10]. Based on this, we develop a robotic brain system which consists of an Event Map and a Causality Map. 2 The Robotic Brain System for Learning and Prediction of Risks at Home 2.1 Problem Formulation Suppose there … Related articles

Ramah Robot, Brain Mother J Lattas – Writing from Below, 2014 – Abstract In this paper I analyse the material sent to me over a period of 5 years by an Indian woman, born to a Muslim family and educated by Catholic missionaries, in whose madness (probably schizophrenia, if diagnosed by psychiatrists) can be perceived the … Related articles All 2 versions

Robotic Brain Development: Automation and navigation A Ahmad, S Hilal, A Chawla – Emerging Trends in Robotics and …, 2010 – Abstract—Robotic Brain Development is a term that relates the ‘Development’to both the ‘Robotics’ and the ‘Brain’. It includes the areas that try to find answers to a number of things related to brain including how brain decides, controls actions, remembers and likes or … Related articles

Adaptivity on the robot brain architecture level using reinforcement learning T Van Der Zant – RoboCup 2011: Robot Soccer World Cup XV, 2012 – Springer Abstract The design and implementation of a robot brain often requires making decisions between different modules with similar functionality. Many implementations and components are easy to create or can be downloaded, but it is difficult to assess which combination of … Related articles All 3 versions

Robot brains R Babuska – 2011 – Abstract The brain hosts complex networks of neurons that are responsible for behavior in humans and animals that we generally call intelligent. I is not easy to give an exact definition of intelligence–for the purpose of this talk it will suffice to say that we refer to intelligence … All 2 versions

Exploring multi-objective evolution of robot brains in obstacle and maze environments with varying complexities SCNJ Teo – Proceedings of the Fourth IASTED International …, 2008 – EXPLORING MULTI-OBJECTIVE EVOLUTION OF ROBOT BRAINS IN OBSTACLE AND MAZE ENVIRONMENTS WITH VARYING COMPLEXITIES Song Cheng Ni Jason Teo Centre for Artificial Intelligence School of Engineering and Information Technology Universiti Malaysia … Related articles All 4 versions

Robot Brains. Circuits and Systems for Conscious Machines (P. Haikonen; 2007)[Book review] W Duch – Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on, 2008 – The revival of research on consciousness, after almost 80 years of labeling the subject as unobservable and thus not amenable to rigorous investigation, has initially brought a lot of discussions among the philosophers of mind. Soon other cognitive scientists followed, … Related articles

Can Robotic Brains be Social? Scientists Caught Back-peddling CT Schmidt – Conference on Development and Learning – Abstract The year 2001 was a” fast year” for research in Natural Computation and Robotics. In that year, the author of an article in Minds & Machines asks two highly pertinent questions for robotics: 1) If a robot is able to participate in simple language games as adequately as … Related articles All 4 versions

Robotic Radiosurgery for the Treatment of 1–3 Brain Metastases: A Pragmatic Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis Using Willingness-To-Pay JN Greenspoon, A Whitton, T Whelan… – Technology in cancer …, 2013 – … Cost-benefit analysis offers an analytic method to evaluate local pref- erences and provide accountability when allocating limited healthcare resources. Key words: Radiosurgery; Economic evaluation; Robotic; Brain metastases; Willingness- to-pay. Introduction … Related articles All 3 versions

Impression analysis for robot behavior using brain monitoring T Shimazu, K Kasakawa… – Human System Interaction ( …, 2013 – Page 1. Impression analysis for robot behavior using brain monitoring Takuya Shimazu, Keiko Kasakawa and Satoshi Suzuki Abstract—This paper reports difference human impression CG and actual robot. Questionnaire for … Related articles

A Framework for the Implementation of Artificial Robotic Emotional Brain Based on Embryonic and Evolutionary FC Sica, RO Duarte, FG Guimarães – COGNITIVE 2013, The Fifth …, 2013 – … solution. The solution adopted by this framework is used to map artificial robotic brain cognitive models … values) occur. This information will shape or will interfere with the emotions or the artificial robotic brain learning rates. B … Related articles

Upper-limb rehabilitation robot for brain-injured patients J Xu, G Zuo, W Zhang, S Wang – Biomedical Engineering and …, 2014 – … Keywords-upper-limb rehabilitation robot; brain injury; cross universal structure; impedance control with compensations; force control I. INTRODUCTION In general, a person’s limb will be affected after the nervous system of his or her brain is injured. … Related articles

Telepresence by deploying an avatar robot with brain-robot interfacing EA Martinez-Garcia, E Gallegos… – … (ICIEA), 2012 7th …, 2012 – Page 1. Telepresence by Deploying an Avatar Robot with Brain-Robot Interfacing Edgar A. Mart?nez-Garc?a Laboratorio de Robótica Institute of Engineering and Technology Universidad Autónoma de Cd. Juárez Cd. Juárez, Chih., Mexico Email: … Related articles

Solve the Rubik’s cube with robot based on non-invasive brain computer interface H Samadi, MR Daliri – Intelligent Systems (ICIS), 2014 Iranian …, 2014 – … [4] There is about forty-three quintillion [5]. The main idea is solving the rubik’s cube with brain computer interface with robot. Brain Computer Interface (BCI) systems are methods to translate and convert the brain activities signals into the actual commands. … Related articles

Paralyzed subject controls telepresence mobile robot using novel sEMG brain-computer interface: Case study KR Lyons, SS Joshi – Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 2013 …, 2013 – … using only a single sensor. Keywords—human-machine interface, brain-computer interface (BCI), surface electromyography (sEMG), mobile robot, brain- muscle-computer interface (BMCI) I. INTRODUCTION We employ a new … Related articles All 3 versions

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