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000063992 245__ $$aThe Contribution of Active Body Movement to Visual Development in Evolutionary Robots
000063992 269__ $$a2005
000063992 260__ $$c2005
000063992 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000063992 500__ $$aThe original publication is available at Neural Networks (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/08936080)
000063992 520__ $$aInspired by the pioneering work by Held and Hein (1963) on the development of kitten visuo-motor systems, we explore the role of active body movement in the developmental process of the visual system by using robots. The receptive fields in an evolved mobile robot are developed during active or passive movement with a Hebbian learning rule. In accordance to experimental observations in kittens, we show that the receptive fields and behavior of the robot developed under active condition significantly differ from those developed under passive condition. A possible explanation of this difference is derived by correlating receptive field formation and behavioral performance in the two conditions.
000063992 6531_ $$aActive Vision
000063992 6531_ $$aVisual Receptive Fields
000063992 6531_ $$aArtificial Evolution
000063992 6531_ $$aLearning
000063992 6531_ $$aNeural Networks
000063992 6531_ $$aMobile Robots
000063992 6531_ $$aEvolutionary Robotics
000063992 700__ $$0241094$$g157788$$aSuzuki, Mototaka
000063992 700__ $$g111729$$aFloreano, Dario$$0240742
000063992 700__ $$aDi Paolo, Ezequiel A.
000063992 773__ $$j18$$tNeural Networks$$k5/6$$q656--665
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