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List of all key publications of IM-CLeVeR, ordered by year and then by author. Key publications furnished the background knowledge from where IM-CLeVeR started its research.

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 55 references in this bibliography folder.

Simsek, and Barto, A (2006).
An intrinsic reward mechanism for efficient exploration
In: Proceedings of the Twenty-Third International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 06), ed. by Cohen, William W. and Moore, Andrew, ACM (ISBN: 1-59593-383-2).

Spencer, P, Clearfield, M, Corbetta, D, Ulrich, B, Buchanan, P, and Sch\"oner, G (2006).
Moving toward a grand theory of development: in memory of Esther Thelen.
Child Development, 77(6):1521–1538.

Condell, J, Scotney, B, and Morrow, P (2005).
Adaptive grid refinement procedures for efficient optical flow computation
International Journal of Computer Vision, 61(1):31-54.

Galway, LB and Siddique, M (2005).
Automatic creation of functional sub-networks using genetic algorithms
In: Proceedings of the IEEE SMC 4th UK-RI Chapter Conference 2005 on Applied Cybernetics.

Lisman, JE and Grace, AA (2005).
The hippocampal-VTA loop: controlling the entry of information into long-term memory.
Neuron, 46(5):703-713.

Roy, N, Gordon, G, and Thrun, S (2005).
Finding approximate POMDP solutions through belief compression
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 23:1-40.

Singh, S, Barto, A, and Chentanez, N (2005).
Intrinsically motivated reinforcement learning
In: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 17: Proceedings of the 2004 Conference, ed. by Saul, Lawrence K. and Weiss, Yair and Bottou, Leon, Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press (ISBN: 0262195348).

Worgotter, F and Porr, B (2005).
Temporal sequence learning, prediction, and control: A review of different models and their relation to biological mechanisms
Neural Comput, 17(2):245-319.

Barto, AG, Singh, S, and Chentanez, N (2004).
Intrinsically motivated learning of hierarchical collections of skills
In: International Conference on Developmental Learning (ICDL), ed. by Triesch, Jochen and Jebara, Toni, pp. 112-119, LaJolla, CA, UCSD Institute for Neural Computation (ISBN: 0-615-12704-5).

Fragaszy, DM, Visalberghi, E, and Fedigan, LM (2004).
Engaging the world. Exploration and problem-solving
In: The complete Capuchin: the biology of genus Cebus, ed. by Fragaszy, D. M. and Visalberghi, E. and Fedigan, L. M., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Gurney, K, Prescott, TJ, Wickens, JR, and Redgrave, P (2004).
Computational models of the basal ganglia: from robots to membranes.
Trends Neurosci, 27(8):453–459.

Hodge, V and Austin, J (2004).
A survey of outlier detection methodologies
Artificial Intelligence Review, 22:85-126.

Hutter, M (2004).
Universal artificial intelligence: Sequential decisions based on algorithmic probability
Springer, Berlin.

Lefebvre, L, Reader, SM, and Sol, D (2004).
Brains, innovations and evolution in birds and primates
Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 63:233-246.

Barto, AG and Mahadevan, S (2003).
Recent advances in hierarchical reinforcement learning
Discrete Event Dynamic Systems, 13(4):341–379.

Baldassarre, G (2002).
A modular neural-network model of the basal ganglia's role in learning and selecting motor behaviours
Cognitive Systems Research, 3(2):5-13.

Doya, K, Samejima, K, Katagiri, K, and Kawato, M (2002).
Multiple model-based reinforcement learning.
Neural Comput, 14(6):1347–1369.

Doya, K (2000).
Complementary roles of basal ganglia and cerebellum in learning and motor control.
Curr Opin Neurobiol, 10(6):732–739.

Redgrave, P, Prescott, TJ, and Gurney, K (1999).
The basal ganglia: a vertebrate solution to the selection problem?
Neuroscience, 89(4):1009–1023.

Graybiel, AM (1998).
The basal ganglia and chunking of action repertoires.
Neurobiol Learn Mem, 70(1-2):119–136.

Hughes, RN (1997).
Intrinsic exploration in animals: motives and measurement
Behavioural Processes, 41:213-226.

Li, M and Vitanyi, PM (1997).
An introduction to kolmogorov complexity and its applications
Springer, Berlin, Second ed.

Schmidhuber, J (1997).
What's interesting?
IDSIA, Lugano, Switzerland.

Thelen, E, Corbetta, D, Kamm, K, Spencer, JP, Schneider, K, and Zernicke, RF (1993).
The transition to reaching: mapping intention and intrinsic dynamics.
Child Development, 64(4):1058–1098.

Fragaszy, DM and Adam-Curtis, LE (1991).
Generative aspects of manipulation in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)
Journal of Comparative Psychology, 105(4):387-397.