White Papers

Dynamic Field Theory (DFT): Applications in Cognitive Science and Robotics 9/1/09
Learning and Recognizing Behaviour in Image Sequence 4/10/08
Cognitive Ontologies 23/6/08
Coordinating with the Future: the Anticipatory Nature of Representation 20/1/08
Communication and Distributed Control in Multi-Agent Systems 6/1/08
Enactive Artificial Intelligence 24/8/07
CoEvolutionary Approaches in Cognitive Robotic Systems Design 27/6/07
Action Selection for Intelligent Systems 7/8/06


Dynamic Field Theory (DFT): Applications in Cognitive Science and Roboticss

Network Action 057-1 funded a workshop on Dynamic Field Theory. One outcome of this workshop is a white paper by Wolfram Erlhagen and Estela Bicho, University of Minho, Portugal: Dynamic Field Theory (DFT): Applications in Cognitive Science and Robotics.
(Posted: 9 January 2009)


Current Challenges in Learning and Recognizing Behaviour in Image Sequences

Network Action 149-1 funded a Student Visit by Pau Baiget at the Universitat Aut˛noma de Barcelona to the Active Vision Laboratory, University of Oxford. One outcome of this visit is the white paper: Observing Human Behaviour in Image Sequences: The Video-Hermeneutic Challenge.
(Posted: 4 October 2008)


Cognitive Ontologies: Mapping Structure and Function of the Brain from a Systemic View

Network Action 018-1 funded a Student Visit by Jaime Gomez in Ricardo Sanz's group at the Universidad PolitÚcnica de Madrid to the Humboldt-Universitńt zu Berlin / Berlin School of Mind and Brain in January-February 2008. One outcome of this visit is the white paper: Cognitive Ontologies: Mapping Structure and Function of the Brain from a Systemic View.
(Posted: 20 June 2008)


Coordinating with the Future: the Anticipatory Nature of Representation

Network Action 119-1 funded a Staff Visit by Giovanni Pezzulo, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies - CNR, Rome, to the University of York in February-April 2007. One outcome of this visit is the white paper: Coordinating with the Future: the Anticipatory Nature of Representation.
(Posted: 20 January 2008)


Communication and Distributed Control in Multi-Agent Systems: Preliminary Model of Micro-unmanned Aerial Vehicle (MAV) Swarms

Network Action 097-3 funded a visit by Fabio Ruini, Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology (CNR), to Angelo Cangelosi's Adaptive Behaviour and Cognition Research Group at the University of Plymouth, UK in 2007. The visit resulted in a white paper on Communication and Distributed Control in Multi-Agent Systems: Preliminary Model of Micro-unmanned Aerial Vehicle (MAV) Swarms. Fabio was subsequently awarded a Ph.D. studentship at the University of Plymouth.
(Posted: 6 January 2008)


Enactive Artificial Intelligence

Network Action 004-3 funded a visit by Tom Froese, University of Sussex, to Tom Ziemke's SCAI Lab, University of Sk÷vde, Sweden, in 2007. One outcome of this visit is a white paper on Enactive Artificial Intelligence.
(Posted: 24 August 2007)


CoEvolutionary Approaches in Cognitive Robotic Systems Design

Network Action 004-1 funded a visit by Michail Maniadakis, Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), to Tom Ziemke's SCAI Lab, University of Sk÷vde, Sweden, in 2007. One outcome of this visit is a white paper on CoEvolutionary Approaches in Cognitive Robotic Systems Design. There is also a cognition briefing on the topic on the euCognition Wiki.
(Posted: 27 June 2007)


Action Selection for Intelligent Systems

Network Action 044-1 funded a visit by Cyril Brom, Charles University, Prague, to Joanna Bryson's laboratory at the University of Bath in May 2006. One outcome of this visit is a white paper on Action Selection for Intelligent Systems.
(Posted: 7 August 2006)