Week 1: introduction, and paper allocation

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Week 1: introduction, and paper allocation

All conference proceedings can be found at
http://homepages.feis.herts.ac.uk/~epirob09/

Click on Proceedings against the appropriate year.

Week 2:

All: Jordan Zlatev and Christian Balkenius:

Introduction: Why "epigenetic robotics"?

First Proceedings

Balkenius, C., Zlatev, J., Kozima, H., Dautenhahn, K., and Breazeal, C. (2001). Proc
eedings of the First
International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic
Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 85
. Lund: LUCS.


1.

Georgi Stojanov:

T. Wynne

Petitage: A case study in developmental robotics

2.

Hideki Kozima and Hiroyuki Yano
:

A. Tomkins

A robot that learns to communicate with human caregivers

3.

Giorgio Metta, Giulio Sandini, Lorenzo Natale
and Francesco Panerai:

S. Royall

Sensorimotor interaction in a developing robot


4.

Anat Treister
-
Goren and Jason L. Hutchens:

C. Fernandez

Creating AI: A unique interplay between the development of learning algorithms and their
education

Second Proceedings


Prince, C. G., Demiris, Y., Marom, Y., Kozima, H., and Balkenius, C. (2002). Proceedings of the
Second International Workshop on Epi
genetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in
Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 94
. Lund: LUCS.

5
Gershenson, C.:

J. Evans

Behaviour
-
based knowledge systems: An epigeneti
c path from behaviour to knowledge







Week 3:

Third proceedings

Prince, C. G., Berthouze, L., Kozima, H., Bullock, D., Stojanov, G., and Balkenius, C. (2004).
Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling

Cognitive
Development in Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 101
. Lund: LUCS.

AL
L. Berthouze and C. Prince

Introduction: The Third International Workshop on Epigenetic Robo
tics

6 G. Stojanov, A. Kulakov

J.Gooding

Interactivist approach to representation in epigenetic agents

7 M. Lungarella and G. Metta
:
A. Gawenda

Beyond gazing, pointing, and reaching: A survey of developmental robotics

8 T. Ogata, N. Masago, S. Sugano, J. Tani
:
T. Nugent

Collaboration development through interactive learning

between human and robot

Fourth proceedings

Berthouze, L., Kozima, H., Prince, C. G., Sandini, G., Stojanov, G., Metta, G., and Balkenius, C. (2004).
Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive
Development in

Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 117
. Lund: LUCS.

9 A. Arsenio

G. Akdur
.

Children, humanoid robots and caregivers

10 F. Kaplan and V. Hafner

N. Patel

The challenges of joint attention

Week 4:

Fifth proceedings

Berthouze, L., Kaplan, F., Kozima, H., Yano, Y., Konczak, J., Metta, G., Nadel, J., Sandini, G., Stojanov,
G., and Balkenius, C. (2005). Pro
ceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics:
Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 123
. Lund:
LUCS.

ALL
Introduction: The fif
th international workshop on epigenetic robotics

L. Berthouze and F. Kaplan

11
From imprinting to adaptation: building a history of affective interaction

J. Boden

A. J. Blanchard and L. Caname
ro

12
Ongoing emergence: A core concept in epigenetic robotics

Robert White

C. G. Prince, N. A. Helder, and G. J. Hollich

13
From motor ba
bbling to hierarchical learning by imitation: a robot developmental pathway

J
.
Gilbert

Y. Demiris and A. Dearden

Sixth proceedings

Kaplan, F. Oudeyer, P.
-
Y. Revel, A. Gaussier, P. Nadel, J. Berthouze, L., Kozima, H., Prince, C. G., and
Balkenius, C.
(2006). Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics:
Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 128
. Lund:
LUCS.

14 K. Gold, and B. Scassellati

P.
Di
lley

Deictic Pronoun Learning and Mirror Self
-
Identification

15 V. Papudesi, and M. Huber

D. Gill

Learning Behaviorally Grounded State Representations for Reinfo
rcement Learning Agents

Week 5:

Seventh proceedings

Berthouze, L., Prince, C. G., Littman, M., Kozima, H., and Balkenius, C. (2007). Proceedings of the
Seventh International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in
Robotic Syst
ems.
Lund University Cognitive Studies, 135
. Lund: LUCS.

16
Active Learning using Adaptive Curiosity

: E.Grimes

A. Bondu and V. Lemaire

17
Af
fordances as a Framework for Robot Control

P. Ridgeway

M. Cakmak, M. Dogar, E. Ugur and E. Sahin

18
Learning Distinctions and Rules in a Continuous World through Active Exploration
:
D. Hough

J.
Mugan and B. Kuipers

Eighth proceedings

Schlesinger, M. Berthouze, L., and Balkenius, C. (2008). Proceedings of the Eighth International
Conference on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems.
Lund
University Cognitive Studies
, 139
. Lund: LUCS.

19
Generalization and Specialization in Reinforcement Learning

C. Schofield

S. Winberg and C. Balkenius

20
A Piagetian

model of early sensorimotor development

R. Wright

F. Guerin and D. McKenzie

21
Predicting the timing of critical periods in development

Demetris Kennes

O.E.G. Winks and L. Berthouze