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List of all publications whose research was partially or wholly funded by the IM-CLeVeR project, ordered by year and then by author.

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

There are 323 references in this bibliography folder.

Schmidhuber, J (2012).
Philosophers & Futurists, Catch Up! Response to The Singularity
Journal of Consciousness Studies, 19(1-2):173-182.

Schmidhuber, J (2012).
POWERPLAY: Training an Increasingly General Problem Solver by Continually Searching for the Simplest Still Unsolvable Problem
Miscellaneous publication, Extended Abstract, Invited Session on Cognitive Control at CDC 2012.

Schmidhuber, J (2012).
A Formal Theory of Creativity to Model the Creation of Art.
In: Computers and Creativity, ed. by McCormack, J. and d'Inverno, M., MIT Press.

Schmidhuber, J (2012).
Self-Delimiting Neural Networks
IDSIA.

Shah, A (2012).
Psychological and Neuroscientific Connections With Reinforcement Learning
In: Reinforcement Learning: State of the Art, ed. by Marco Wiering and Martijn van Otterlo, chap. 16, pp. 507-537, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, Book Chapter.

Sheldon, M (2012).
Intrinsically motivated developmental learning of communication in robotic agents
PhD Thesis, Department of Computer Science, Aberystwyth University, UK.

Siddique, N and Amavasai, B (2012).
An Investigation into the Adaptive Capacity of Recurrent Neural Networks
In: Springer-Verlag edited book series of "Studies in Computational Intelligence", ed. by Ivan Jordanov and Lakhmi Jain. Springer-Verlag, vol. 442, chap. 8, pp. 119-138. (ISBN: 978-3-642-32176-4).

Siradjuddin, I, McGinnity, M, Coleman, S, and Behera, L (2012).
An iterative robot-image Jacobian approximation of image-based visual servoing for joint limit avoidance
International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation, 2(4):227–239.

Srivastava, R, Steunebrink, B, Stollenga, M, and Schmidhuber, J (2012).
Continually Adding Self-Invented Problems to the Repertoire: First Experiments with PowerPlay
In: Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics IEEE-ICDL-EPIROB.

Stafford, T, Thirkettle, M, Walton, T, Vautrelle, N, Hetherington, L, Port, M, Gurney, K, and Redgrave, P (2012).
A Novel Task for the Investigation of Action Acquisition
PLoS ONE, 7(6).

Taffoni, F, Focaroli, V, Formica, D, Iverson, J, Keller, F, and Guglielmelli, E (2012).
Sensor-based technology in the study of motor skills in infants at risk for ASD
In: Proceedings of 4th IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BIOROB 2012).

Taffoni, F, Formica, D, Schiavone, G, Scorcia, M, Tomassetti, A, Polizzi di Sorrentino, E, Sabbatini, G, Truppa, V, Mannella, F, Fiore, V, Mirolli, M, Baldassarre, G, Visalberghi, E, Keller, F, and Guglielmelli, E (2012).
The ``Mechatronic Board'': A tool to study intrinsic motivations in humans, monkeys, and humanoid robots
In: Intrinsically Motivated Learning in Natural and Artificial Systems, ed. by Baldassarre, G. & Mirolli, M, pp. 411-432, Springer, Berlin.

Taffoni, F, Formica, D, Zompanti, A, Mirolli, M, Baldassarre, G, Keller, F, and Guglielmelli, E (2012).
A Mechatronic Platform for Behavioral Studies on Infants
in procs of the 4th IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BIOROB 2012):1874-78.

Taffoni, F, Vespignani, M, Formica, D, Cavallo, G, Polizzi di Sorrentino, E, Sabbatini, G, Truppa, V, Mirolli, M, Baldassarre, G, Visalberghi, E, Keller, F, and Guglielmelli, E (2012).
A Mechatronic platform for behavioral analysis on nonhuman primates
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 11(1):87-101.

Tan, WR, Chan, CS, Yogarajah, P, and Condell, J (2012).
A Fusion Approach for Efficient Human Skin Detection
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 8(1):138-147.

Tommasino, P, Caligiore, D, Mirolli, M, and Baldassarre, G (2012).
Reinforcement learning algorithms that assimilate and accommodate skills with multiple tasks
In: IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob2012), ed. by Movellan Javier and Schlesinger Matthew, pp. e1-8, Piscataway, NJ, IEEE.

Tommasino, P, Caligiore, D, Sperati, V, and Baldassarre, G (2012).
A McKibben muscle arm learning equilibrium postures
In: The Fourth IEEE RAS/EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, ed. by Guglielmelli Eugenio, pp. 1229-1234, Piscataway, NJ, IEEE.

Vautrelle, N, Leriche, M, and Redgrave, P (2012).
Visual activation of short latency reinforcement mechanisms in the basal ganglia.
In: The Routledge Handbook of Motor Control and Motor Learning, ed. by Albert Gollhofer, Wolfgang Taube, and Jens Bo Nielsen, chap. 6, pp. 113--134, Routledge, Abington, Oxon, United Kingdom.

Visalberghi, E and Fragaszy, D (2012).
Learning How to Forage: Socially Biased Individual Learning and “Niche Construction” in Wild Capuchin Monkeys
In: The Primate Mind, ed. by F. B.M. de Waal and P.F. Ferrari. Harvard University Press, chap. 6, pp. 81-98.

Wang, Q, Bolhuis, J, Rothkopf, CA, Kolling, T, Knopf, M, and Triesch, J (2012).
Infants in Control: rapid anticipation of action outcomes in a gaze-contingent paradigm
Plos One, 7(2):e30884.

Yang, S, McGinnity, M, and Wong-Lin, K (2012).
Adaptive proactive inhibitory control for embedded real-time applications
Frontiers in Neuroengineering, 5(10).

Yang, S, McGinnity, T, and Wong-Lin, K (2012).
Adaptive proactive inhibitory control for embedded real-time applications
Front. Neuroeng., 5(10):1-11.

Yi, S, Schaul, T, Gomez, F, and Schmidhuber, J (2012).
A Linear Time Natural Evolution Strategy for Non-Separable Functions
In: Proc. GECCO 2012.

Yogarajah, P, Condell, J, Curran, K, and McKevitt, P (2012).
A dynamic threshold approach for skin tone detection in colour images
International Journal of Biometrics, 4(1):38-55.

Yogarajah, P, Condell, J, Curran, K, Cheddad, A, and McKevitt, P (2012).
A dynamic threshold approach for skin segmentation in color images
International Journal of Biometrics (IJBM), 4(1):38-55.