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Cognitive Computation

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16.11.2020

Recognition of Emotional States from EEG Signals with Nonlinear Regularity- and Predictability-Based Entropy Metrics

Recently, the recognition of emotions with electroencephalographic (EEG) signals has received increasing attention. Furthermore, the nonstationarity of brain has intensified the application of nonlinear methods. Nonetheless, metrics like quadratic …

09.11.2020

Towards Sentiment-Aware Multi-Modal Dialogue Policy Learning

Creation of task-oriented dialog/virtual agent (VA) capable of managing complex domain-specific user queries pertaining to multiple intents is difficult since the agent must deal with several subtasks simultaneously. Most end-to-end dialogue …

09.11.2020

State Primitive Learning to Overcome Catastrophic Forgetting in Robotics

People can learn continuously a wide range of tasks without catastrophic forgetting. To mimic this functioning of continual learning, current methods mainly focus on studying a one-step supervised learning problem, e.g., image classification. They …

13.10.2020

Information Processing Capacity of Spin-Based Quantum Reservoir Computing Systems

The dynamical behavior of complex quantum systems can be harnessed for information processing. With this aim, quantum reservoir computing (QRC) with Ising spin networks was recently introduced as a quantum version of classical reservoir computing.

07.10.2020 Open Access

Echo State Networks and Long Short-Term Memory for Continuous Gesture Recognition: a Comparative Study

Recent developments of sensors that allow tracking of human movements and gestures enable rapid progress of applications in domains like medical rehabilitation or robotic control. Especially the inertial measurement unit (IMU) is an excellent …

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Cognitive Computation is an international, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that publishes cutting-edge articles describing original basic and applied work involving bio-inspired computational accounts of all aspects of natural and artificial cognitive systems.

It provides a new platform for the dissemination of research, current practices and future trends in the emerging discipline of cognitive computation that bridges gap between life sciences, social sciences, engineering, physical and mathematical sciences, and humanities.

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