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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Traditional robotics has treated the question of learning as a one way process: learning algorithms, especially imitation learning approaches, are based on observing and analysing the environment before carrying out the 'learned' action. In such scenarios the learning situation is restricted to uni-directional communication. However, insights into the process of infant learning more and more reveal that interaction plays a major role in transferring relevant information to the learner. Fordoi:10.1007/978-3-642-00616-6_8 fatcat:ooj73bwl2nasrk2gvgtkereqfa