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Oudeyer, P-Y., Kaplan, F. and Hafner, V. Intrinsic Motivation Systems for Autonomous Mental Development. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, 11(2):265-286, 2007
2007
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Kaplan, F. and Oudeyer, P-Y. In search of the neural circuits of intrinsic motivation. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 1(1):225-236, 2007
2007
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Oudeyer, P-Y. and Kaplan, F. What is intrinsic motivation? A typology of computational approaches. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 1(1), 2007
2007
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Kaplan, F. and Oudeyer, P-Y. The progress-drive hypothesis: an interpretation of early imitation. In Dautenhahn, K. and Nehaniv, C., editor, Models and mechanisms of imitation and social learning: Behavioural, social and communication dimensions, Cambridge University Press. 2006 to appear
2006
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P-Y. Oudeyer, F. Kaplan, V. V. Hafner and A. Whyte The Playground Experiment: Task-Independent Development of a Curious Robot. In Bank, D. and Meeden, L., editor, Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Developmental Robotics, 2005, pages 42-47, Stanford, California, 2005
2005
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Oudeyer, P-Y. and Kaplan, F. Intelligent adaptive curiosity: a source of self-development. In Luc Berthouze and Hideki Kozima and Christopher G. Prince and Giulio Sandini and Georgi Stojanov and G. Metta and C. Balkenius, editor, Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics, vol. 117, pages 127-130, 2004 Lund University Cognitive Studies.
2004
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Kaplan, F. and Oudeyer, P-Y. Maximizing learning progress: an internal reward system for development. In Iida, F. and Pfeifer, R. and Steels, L. and Kuniyoshi, Y., editor, Embodied Artificial Intelligence, LNCS 3139, pages 259-270, Springer-Verlag. London, UK, 2004
2004
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Kaplan, F. and Oudeyer, P-Y. Neuromodulation and open-ended development. Third International Conference on Development and Learning: Developing social brains, Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA., 2004
2004
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