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Guest Editorial: Biologically Inspired Human–Robot Interactions—Developing More Natural Ways to Communicate with our Machines

Frederick Harris, Jeffrey Krichmar, Hava Siegelmann, Hiroaki Wagatsuma
2012 IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development  
As robots become more common in our daily activities, improving human-robot interactions (HRI) and human-computer interfaces (HCI) is becoming increasingly important.  ...  Despite considerable progress in this relatively new field, very few researchers have paid sufficient attention to how the brain, cognition, and underlying biological mechanisms are crucial for the success  ...  Guest Editorial: Biologically Inspired Human-Robot Interactions-Developing More Natural Ways to Communicate with our Machines the authors use their iRat robots and the RatSLAM mapping system to develop  ... 
doi:10.1109/tamd.2012.2216703 fatcat:tmaczjjdmzcivewuuq4asrisqu

Special Issue on Artificial Immune Systems: Theory and Applications

Xiao-Zhi Gao, Mo-Yuen Chow, David Pelta, Jon Timmis
2007 Neural computing & applications (Print)  
Natural immune systems are sophisticated and complex defense and maintenance systems with remarkable capabilities, such as learning, memory, and adaptation.  ...  The immune system can be viewed in two parts: the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system.  ...  Ó Springer-Verlag London Limited 2007 Natural immune systems are sophisticated and complex defense and maintenance systems with remarkable capabilities, such as learning, memory, and adaptation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00521-007-0136-4 fatcat:ozwrt3ekurbn3bj35v6s4a7hxq

Adaptive Multiobjective Memetic Optimization

Hieu V. Dang, Witold Kinsner
2016 International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence  
, local learning processes, and a robust stopping criterion of AMMOA.  ...  An important issue in an MMOA is how to identify the relative best solutions to guide its adaptive processes.  ...  They learn and compete with each other to improve the community. AMMOA framework adopts two layers of local learning with adaptive factors.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcini.2016100102 fatcat:yod5j4lkkfaitneqld7aupy5ra

Bio-inspired Approaches for Engineering Adaptive Systems

M. Bakhouya, J. Gaber
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
This paper describes existing work related to the development of adaptive systems and approaches and shed light on how features from natural and biological systems could be exploited for engineering adaptive  ...  Furthermore, entities must self-evolve and self-improve by learning from their interactions with the environment.  ...  The distributed approach is inspired by ants, in which communications and relevance values updating is influenced by intermediate nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.05.503 fatcat:vftzf2ndlvfrleundgvypwckoa

Utilization of Various Disruptive Community Learning Resources for the Covid-19 Period in the Perspective of Life Based Learning

Hardika Hardika, Eny Nur Aisyah, R. Anggia Listyaningrum
2021 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
This study aims (1) to analyze the use of various disruptive community learning resources during the Covid-19 period in terms of characteristics, levels, and types of learning resources used by lecturers  ...  significant differences in the use of various disruptive community learning resources during the Covid-19 period between science and social humanities students, and engineering.  ...  Especially to the members of the Research Team and all elements at the State University of Malang Indonesia who have helped a lot in extracting the research data we needed.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v15i07.21551 fatcat:qwp4igt2afbjpmbxc4jkmxv2va

Guest editorial bio-inspired networking

Falko Dressler, Tatsuya Suda, Iacopo Carreras, Jon Crowcroft, Masayuki Murata
2010 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
We are content that the selected papers highlight some of the best and most innovative ideas in the upcoming field of bio-inspired networking.  ...  Two new communication techniques, flagellated bacteria and catalytic nanomotors, are proposed to cover medium range communication.  ...  His research activities are focused on self-organizing networks addressing issues in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, inter-vehicular communication systems, bio-inspired networking, and adaptive network  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2010.100501 fatcat:n6cipu2ed5aghlvzm7ju7uyzcu

Realizing the potential of protected areas as natural solutions for climate change adaptation: insights from Kenya and the Americas

Karen Keenleyside, Marie-Josée Laberge, Carol Hall, John Waithaka, Edwin Wanyony, Erustus Kanga, Paul Udoto, Mariana Bellot Rojas, Carlos Alberto Cifuentes Lugo, Andrew John Rhodes Espinoza, Fernando Camacho Rico, Juan Manuel Frausto Leyva (+4 others)
2014 PARKS  
By also identifying opportunities to engage communities and offer meaningful visitor and learning experiences as part of on-the-ground activities, the projects are inspiring citizens and building understanding  ...  Protected areas play a fundamental role in national, regional, and global climate change adaptation strategies.  ...  Perhaps most importantly, we have learned that we can inspire PARKS VOL 20.1 MARCH 2014 Fifteen rural communities have been trained in climate change adaptation and mitigation in the Northeast and Eastern  ... 
doi:10.2305/iucn.ch.2014.parks-20-1.kk.en fatcat:niy6tepzlnb4dnhit6kwr74xkm

Meta-design Approach for Mobile Platforms Supporting Creative Tourism Experiences [chapter]

Iis P. Tussyadiah
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Specifically, for those working in creative industries, an adaptive mobile system will facilitate effective tourists' interactions with and interpretations of the local attributes of tourism destinations  ...  The mobile system will integrate the sensory stimuli, the intense contact with cultural nuances and social network, the brand-based reputation, and the creative communities at tourism destinations into  ...  , instantaneous and voluntary in nature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39253-5_82 fatcat:nbkjmc3a5favxlvloree3bzwcq

Bio-inspired networking: from theory to practice

Falko Dressler, Ozgur Akan
2010 IEEE Communications Magazine  
The presented examples outline the activities of a new community working on bio-inspired networking solutions, which is converging and becomes visible in term of the provided astonishingly efficient solutions  ...  Findings in this field have fostered new developments in networking, especially in the most challenging domains such as handling large scale networks, their dynamic nature, resource constraints, heterogeneity  ...  in Nature.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2010.5621985 fatcat:jg54t7k3vzdd5fadu4gmn42nli

Building Human-like Communicative Intelligence: A Grounded Perspective

Marina Dubova
2021 Cognitive Systems Research  
After making astounding progress in language learning in the recent decade, AI systems, however, seem to approach the ceiling that does not reflect important aspects of human communicative capacities.  ...  This paper aims to: (1) suggest that the dominant cognitively-inspired AI directions, based on nativist and symbolic paradigms, lack necessary substantiation and concreteness to guide progress in modern  ...  PCL, EASy, and Building a Mind lab meetings for their valuable comments on the earlier versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cogsys.2021.12.002 fatcat:c2dwpl43dba2dduhmbm4fg2ayy

Adapting the Reggio Emilia Approach in Libraries

Katherine Hickey
2019 Children and Libraries  
thinking for their children.That philosophy, known as the Reggio Emilia Approach (REA), was developed in the mid-1940s and was groundbreaking due to its participative and collaborative nature among children  ...  After the devastation of World War II, the parents of the Italian city of Reggio Emilia came together with a plan to build early childhood schools that would foster rich learning environments and critical  ...  Adapting the Reggio Emilia Approach in Libraries and community engagement.  ... 
doi:10.5860/cal.17.3.13 fatcat:l2brllzakbgbfptm2xl5zvitoe

A Brief Survey on Nature Inspired Algorithms: Clever Algorithms for Optimization

P. Sindhuja, P. Ramamoorthy, M. Suresh Kumar
2018 Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
The Algorithms briefed in this paper have understood, explained, adapted and replicated the phenomena of Nature to replicate them in the artificial systems.  ...  This Cross – fertilisation of Nature Inspired Computing (NIC) and Computational Intelligence (CI) will definitely provide optimal solutions to existing problems and also open up new arenas in Research  ...  The real beauty of Unconventional or Bio or Nature Inspired algorithms lies in the fact that the sole inspiration of these algorithms is derived from nature.  ... 
doi:10.51983/ajcst-2018.7.1.1835 fatcat:kgrbserc3zh4tcnzcngrwzd5ny

Computational and ambient intelligence

Joan Cabestany, Francisco Sandoval, Alberto Prieto
2009 Neurocomputing  
Models of biological learning. 3. Learning and adaptation. Adaptive systems. Imitation learning. Reconfigurable systems. Supervised, non-supervised, reinforcement and statistical algorithms. 4.  ...  Since the first edition of IWANN in Granada (LNCS 540, 1991), the Computational Intelligence community, and the domain itself, have matured and evolved.  ...  Silvia Tolu, Eduardo Rós, Rodrigo Agís ....................................................................... 813 Neuronal Architecture for reactive and adaptive navigation of a mobile robot Francisco  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2009.04.020 fatcat:hrvdqdp7n5bprj2qhxxgl23ed4

Intergenerational Dialogue, Collaboration, Learning, and Decision-Making in Global Environmental Governance: The Case of the IUCN Intergenerational Partnership for Sustainability

Zurba, Stucker, Mwaura, Burlando, Rastogi, Dhyani, Koss
2020 Sustainability  
, learning, and substantive decision-making in global environmental governance.  ...  by local communities in times of increasing global uncertainty.  ...  We would also like to express gratitude to the people and organizations from across the globe who have engaged with us and others in intergenerational dialogue and collaboration at the local level.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12020498 fatcat:mzt7rrnomjcofahrcsp353vphe

Towards Speech Acquisition in Natural Interaction on ASIMO

Tobias Rodemann, Martin Heckmann, Claudius Gläser, Frank Joublin, Christian Goerick
2010 Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan  
The interaction aspect requires a hardware platform that can engage in a natural communication with humans in real-world environments.  ...  To provide the robot with human-like speech communication abilities we are working on several aspects of sound processing, scene representation, and learning that will be outlined in more detail in the  ... 
doi:10.7210/jrsj.28.18 fatcat:ehxdhtrmdbg4nofedahirvoupm
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