EUCognition 2016
Cognitive Robot Architectures

Proceedings of the EUCognition Meeting (European Society for Cognitive Systems) "Cognitive Robot Architectures"

Vienna, Austria, December 8-9, 2016.

Edited by

Ron Chrisley *
Vincent C. Müller **
Yulia Sandamirskaya ***
Markus Vincze ****

* University of Sussex, Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, Sussex House, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9RH, UK
** University of Leeds, Interdisciplinary Ethics Applied Centre (IDEA), 17 Blenheim Terrace, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK
*** University and ETH Zurich, Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI), Neuroscience Center Zurich (ZNZ), Winterthurerstr. 190, 8057 Zurich, Switzerland
**** Technical University of Vienna, Institut für Automatisierungs- und Regelungstechnik, Gußhausstr. 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria

Table of Contents

Section 1: Full Papers

  1. Industrial Priorities for Cognitive Robotics 6-9
    David Vernon, Markus Vincze
  2. An Event-Schematic, Cooperative, Cognitive Architecture Plays Super Mario 10-15
    Fabian Schrodt, Yves Röhm, Martin V. Butz
  3. Representational Limits in Cognitive Architectures 16-20
    Antonio Lieto
  4. Behavioral Insights on Influence of Manual Action on Object Size Perception 21-24
    Annalisa Bosco, Patrizia Fattori
  5. A Role for Action Selection in Consciousness: An Investigation of a Second-Order Darwinian Mind 25-30
    Robert H. Wortham, Joanna J. Bryson
  6. Architectural Requirements for Consciousness 31-36
    Ron Chrisley, Aaron Sloman

Section 2: Short Papers

  1. Human-Aware Interaction: A Memory-inspired Artificial Cognitive Architecture 38-39
    Roel Pieters, Mattia Racca, Andrea Veronese, Ville Kyrki
  2. The Role of the Sensorimotor Loop for Cognition 40-41
    Bulcsú Sándor, Laura Martin, Claudius Gros
  3. Two Ways (Not) To Design a Cognitive Architecture 42-43
    David Vernon
  4. A System Layout for Cognitive Service Robots 44-45
    Stefan Schiffer, Alexander Ferrein
  5. The Mirror Self-recognition for Robots 46-47
    Andrej Lucny
  6. Towards Incorporating Appraisal into Emotion Recognition: A Dynamic Architecture for Intensity Estimation from Physiological Signals 48-49
    Robert Jenke, Angelika Peer
  7. A Needs-Driven Cognitive Architecture for Future 'Intelligent' Communicative Agents 50-51
    Roger K. Moore
  8. Artificial Spatial Cognition for Robotics and Mobile Systems: Brief Survey and Current Open Challenges 52-53
    Paloma de la Puente, M. Guadalupe Sánchez-Escribano
  9. Combining Visual Learning with a Generic Cognitive Model for Appliance Representation 54-55
    Kanishka Ganguly, Konstantinos Zampogiannis, Cornelia Fermüller, Yiannis Aloimonos
  10. Cognitive Control and Adaptive Attentional Regulations for Robotic Task Execution 56-57
    Riccardo Caccavale, Alberto Finzi
  11. Solve Memory to Solve Cognition 58-59
    Paul Baxter
  12. ABOD3: A Graphical Visualization and Real-Time Debugging Tool for BOD Agents 60-61
    Andreas Theodorou
  13. Functional Design Methodology for Customized Anthropomorphic Artificial Hands 62-63
    Muhammad Sayed, Lyuba Alboul, Jacques Penders
  14. Development of an Intelligent Robotic Rein for Haptic Control and Interaction with Mobile Machines 64-65
    Musstafa Elyounnss, Alan Holloway, Jacques Penders, Lyuba Alboul

Section 3: Abstracts

  1. From Working Memory to Cognitive Control: Presenting a Model for their Integration in a Bio-inspired Architecture 67-67
    Michele Persiani, Alessio Mauro Franchi, Giuseppina Gini
  2. A Physical Architecture for Studying Embodiment and Compliance: The GummiArm 68-68
    Martin F. Stoelen, Ricardo de Azambuja, Angelo Cangelosi, Fabio Bonsignorio
  3. Gagarin: A Cognitive Architecture Applied to a Russian-Language Interactive Humanoid Robot 69-69
    Vadim Reutskiy, Nikolaos Mavridis

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