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  • Cognitive agents: a procedural perspective relying on the predictability of object-action-omplexes (OACs) 

    Wörgötter, Florentin; Agostini, Alejandro Gabriel; Krüger, Norbert; Shylo, Natalya; Porr, Ben (2009)
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    Embodied cognition suggests that complex cognitive traits can only arise when agents have a body situated in the world. The aspects of embodiment and situatedness are being discussed here from the perspective of linear ...
  • Object-action complexes: grounded abstractions of sensory-motor processes 

    Krüger, Norbert; Geib, Cristopher; Piater, Justus; Petrick, Ronald; Steedman, Mark; Wörgötter, Florentin; Ude, Ales; Asfour, Tamim; Kraft, Dirk; Omrcen, Damir; Agostini, Alejandro Gabriel; Dillmann, Rudiger (2011)
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    This paper formalises Object-Action Complexes (OACs) as a basis for symbolic representations of sensorimotor experience and behaviours. OACs are designed to capture the interaction between objects and associated actions in ...