Autonomous parsing of behavior in a multi-agent setting
Faculty of Applied Economics
S.l. , 2008
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing
Imitation learning is a promising route to instruct robotic multi-agent systems. However, imitating agents should be able to decide autonomously what behavior, observed in others, is interesting to copy. Here we investigate whether a simple recurrent network (Elman Net) can be used to extract meaningful chunks from a continuous sequence of observed actions. Results suggest that, even in spite of the high level of task specific noise, Elman nets can be used for isolating re-occurring action patterns in robots. Limitations and future directions are discussed.