Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning Systems: From Brains to Individual and Social Behavior / Edition 1

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This book presents the refereed post-proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning Systems. Twenty full papers were chosen from among the many submissions. Papers are organized into sections covering anticipatory aspects in brains, language, and cognition; individual anticipatory frameworks; learning predictions and anticipations; anticipatory individual behavior; and anticipatory social behavior.

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Anticipations, Brains, Individual and Social Behavior: An Introduction to Anticipatory Systems.- Anticipatory Aspects in Brains, Language, and Cognition.- Neural Correlates of Anticipation in Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, and Hippocampus.- The Role of Anticipation in the Emergence of Language.- Superstition in the Machine.- Individual Anticipatory Frameworks.- From Actions to Goals and Vice-Versa: Theoretical Analysis and Models of the Ideomotor Principle and TOTE.- Project “Animat Brain”: Designing the Animat Control System on the Basis of the Functional Systems Theory.- Cognitively Inspired Anticipatory Adaptation and Associated Learning Mechanisms for Autonomous Agents.- Schema-Based Design and the AKIRA Schema Language: An Overview.- Learning Predictions and Anticipations.- Training and Application of a Visual Forward Model for a Robot Camera Head.- A Distributed Computational Model of Spatial Memory Anticipation During a Visual Search Task.- A Testbed for Neural-Network Models Capable of Integrating Information in Time.- Construction of an Internal Predictive Model by Event Anticipation.- Anticipatory Individual Behavior.- The Interplay of Analogy-Making with Active Vision and Motor Control in Anticipatory Robots.- An Intrinsic Neuromodulation Model for Realizing Anticipatory Behavior in Reaching Movement under Unexperienced Force Fields.- Anticipating Rewards in Continuous Time and Space: A Case Study in Developmental Robotics.- Anticipatory Model of Musical Style Imitation Using Collaborative and Competitive Reinforcement Learning.- Anticipatory Social Behavior.- An Anticipatory Trust Model for Open Distributed Systems.- Anticipatory Alignment Mechanisms for Behavioral Learning in Multi Agent Systems.- Backward vs. Forward-Oriented Decision Making in the Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma: A Comparison Between Two Connectionist Models.- An Experimental Study of Anticipation in Simple Robot Navigation.

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