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In the ten years since we put forward the idea of active perception (Bajcsy 1985, Bajcsy 1988) we have found that cooperative processes of various kinds and at various levels are often called for. In this paper we suggest that a proper understanding of cooperative processes will lead to a foundation for intelligent behavior and demonstrate the feasibility of this approach for some of the difficult and open problems in the understanding of intelligent behaviors.
cooperation, hybrid systems, modeling agents, perception-action cycle, signal-to-symbol transformation
Ruzena Bajcsy, "From Active Perception to Active Cooperation Fundamental Processes of Intelligent Behavior", . January 1995.
Date Posted: 13 July 2007