Imitation learning with hierarchical actions
Development and Learning, 2010, Pages 263-268.
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Imitation is a powerful mechanism for rapidly learning new skills through observation of a mentor. Developmental studies indicate that children often perform goal-based imitation rather than mimicking a mentor's actual action trajectories. Further, imitation, and human behavior in general, appear to be based on a hierarchy of actions, wit...More
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