Perception, Action, Learning
Purpose: This event is the concluding event of the COSPAL project, giving an overview of the scientific results.
Special Issue: The very best contributions derived from the Workshop on Perception, Action and Learning will be published in a Special Issue of Image and Vision Computing Journal.
Aaron Sloman's slides.
09:00-09:15 Opening (Gösta Granlund)
09:15-10:00 Some requirements for human-like visual systems, including seeing processes, structures, possibilities, affordances, causation and impossible objects. Invited talk (Aaron Sloman)
10:15-10:35 The COSPAL Project (Michael Felsberg)
10:35-10:55 Learning Responses to Visual Stimuli: A Generic Approach (Ellis, Ong)
10:55-11:15 Bootstrapping of High-Level Symbolic Representation in a Perception-Action Environment (Windridge, Schevchenko, Kittler)
11:15-11:35 Generalization in Reinforcement Learning (Shekhovsov, Werner)
12.40-13.25 Modelling Human Perception and Action To Create a Reasoning System. Invited talk (John Taylor)
13.25-13.45 Waldboost in Visual Recognition (Sochman, Matas)
13.45-14.05 Learning Objects by Random Exploration (Jonsson et al)
14.20-14.40 Poster Session
14.40-15.05 Hierarchical Learning Methos for Perception Action Systems (Hoppe, Prehn)
15.05-15.20 Visual Servoing for Floppy Robots Using LWPR (Larsson et al)
15.20-15.35 Imitation Learning of Human Movement (Al-Zubi)
15.35-16.20 Spatial knowledge and the onotology of cognitive maps. Invited talk (Hanspeter Mallot)
16.20-16.30 Discussion and Closing