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Dynamic Systems and Control, Parts A and B
The diverse behavior representation schemes and learning paradigms being investigated within the robotics community share the common feature that successful deployment of agents requires that behaviors developed in a learning environment are successfully applied to a range of unfamiliar and potentially more complex operational environments. The intent of our research is to develop insight into the factors facilitating successful transfer of behaviors to the operational environments. We presentdoi:10.1115/imece2005-81890 fatcat:a26tspyc35gp5kiwlyenidg3uu