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Analysis and Design of Machine Learning Techniques

Evolutionary Solutions for Regression, Prediction, and Control Problems

Stalph, Patrick

2014, XIX, 155 p. 62 illus.

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Manipulating or grasping objects seems like a trivial task for humans, as these are motor skills of everyday life. Nevertheless, motor skills are not easy to learn for humans and this is also an active research topic in robotics. However, most solutions are optimized for industrial applications and, thus, few are plausible explanations for human learning. The fundamental challenge, that motivates Patrick Stalph, originates from the cognitive science: How do humans learn their motor skills? The author makes a connection between robotics and cognitive sciences by analyzing motor skill learning using implementations that could be found in the human brain – at least to some extent. Therefore three suitable machine learning algorithms are selected – algorithms that are plausible from a cognitive viewpoint and feasible for the roboticist. The power and scalability of those algorithms is evaluated in theoretical simulations and more realistic scenarios with the iCub humanoid robot. Convincing results confirm the applicability of the approach, while the biological plausibility is discussed in retrospect.

 

 

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  • How do humans learn their motor skills
  • Evolutionarymachinelearningalgorithms
  • Applicationtosimulatedrobots

 

Target Groups

  • Researchers interested in artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences or robotics
  • Roboticists interested in integrating machine learning

 

About the Author

Patrick Stalph was a Ph.D. student at the chair of Cognitive Modeling, which is led by Prof. Butz at the University of Tübingen.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Human Motor Skill Learning - Machine Learning - Robotics

Related subjects » Automatisierungstechnik & MSR - Grundlagen

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