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Cognitive Systems Monographs

Cognitive Systems Monographs
35 Volumes | 2009 - 2018

Description

The Cognitive Systems Monographs (COSMOS) publish new developments and advances in the fields of cognitive systems research, rapidly and informally but with a high quality. The intent is to bridge cognitive brain science and biology with engineering disciplines. It covers all the technical contents, applications, and multidisciplinary aspects of cognitive systems, such as Bionics, System Analysis, System Modelling, System Design, Human Motion, Understanding, Human Activity Understanding, Learning of Behaviour, Man-Machine Interaction, Smart and Cognitive Environments, Human and Computer Vision, Neuroinformatics, Humanoids, Biologically motivated systems and artefacts Autonomous Systems, Linguistics, Sports Engineering, Computational Intelligence, Biosignal Processing, or Cognitive Materials - as well as the methodologies behind them. Within the scope of the series are monographs, lecture notes, selected contributions from specialized conferences and workshops, as well as selected PhD theses.

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All books of the series Cognitive Systems Monographs

2012 | Book

Advances in Cognitive Information Systems

The development of computer science is now so rapid that we, the readers, in-creasingly receive technology news about new solutions and applications which very often straddle the border between the real and the virtual worlds. Computer science is

2011 | Book

A Roadmap for Cognitive Development in Humanoid Robots

This book addresses the central role played by development in cognition. The focus is on applying our knowledge of development in natural cognitive systems, specifically human infants, to the problem of creating artificial cognitive systems in the gu

2011 | Book

Paradigm Shift for Future Tennis

The Art of Tennis Physiology, Biomechanics and Psychology

The book “Paradigm Shift for Future Tennis” starts with revelations that make obvious the limitations of today’s tennis, which does not use the laws of modern Biomechanics and Neurophysiology. The second part of the book includes a new approach to

2011 | Book

Seeking Chances

From Biased Rationality to Distributed Cognition

One of the most distinguishing abilities that human beings display is the ability of turning almost everything into a clue to make a problem affordable in relation to what one knows and, most of all, to what one does not know. That is what charact

2011 | Book

Biologically Inspired Approaches for Locomotion, Anomaly Detection and Reconfiguration for Walking Robots

The increasing presence of mobile robots in our everyday lives introduces the requirements for their intelligent and autonomous features. Therefore the next generation of mobile robots should be more self-capable, in respect to: increasing of thei

2010 | Book

Animation and Performance Capture Using Digitized Models

The realistic generation of virtual doubles of real-world actors has been the focus of computer graphics research for many years. However, some problems still remain unsolved: it is still time-consuming to generate character animations using the t

2010 | Book

Symbiotic Multi-Robot Organisms

Reliability, Adaptability, Evolution

2010 | Book

Cognitive Systems

Design of cognitive systems for assistance to people poses a major challenge to the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence. The Cognitive Systems for Cognitive Assistance (CoSy) project was organized to address the issues of i) theoretical pr

2010 | Book

Space-Time Continuous Models of Swarm Robotic Systems

Supporting Global-to-Local Programming

In this book, a generic model in as far as possible mathematical closed-formis developed that predicts the behavior of large self-organizing robot groups (robot swarms) based on their control algorithm. In addition, an extensive subsumption of the re

2010 | Book

Tactile Perception of Textiles in a Virtual-Reality System

2009 | Book

Spatial Temporal Patterns for Action-Oriented Perception in Roving Robots

The basic principles guiding sensing, perception and action in bio systems seem to rely on highly organised spatial-temporal dynamics. In fact, all biological senses, (visual, hearing, tactile, etc.) process signals coming from different parts distri

2009 | Book

Complex Sports Biodynamics

With Practical Applications in Tennis

What are motor abilities of Olympic champions? What are essential psyc- logical characteristics of Mark Spitz, Carl Lewis and Roger Federer? How to discover and maximally develop motor intelligence? How to develop - domitable will power of Olympic ch

2009 | Book

Abductive Cognition

The Epistemological and Eco-Cognitive Dimensions of Hypothetical Reasoning

2009 | Book

Visual Perception for Manipulation and Imitation in Humanoid Robots

2009 | Book

Human Centered Robot Systems

Cognition, Interaction, Technology

Human Centered Robotic Systems must be able to interact with humans such that the burden of adaptation lies with the machine and not with the human. This book collates a set of prominent papers presented during a two-day conference on "Human Cente