A Concept Learning Approach to Multisensory Object Perception

23 Sep 2014  ·  Ifeoma Nwogu, Goker Erdogan, Ilker Yildirim, Robert Jacobs ·

This paper presents a computational model of concept learning using Bayesian inference for a grammatically structured hypothesis space, and test the model on multisensory (visual and haptics) recognition of 3D objects. The study is performed on a set of artificially generated 3D objects known as fribbles, which are complex, multipart objects with categorical structures... The goal of this work is to develop a working multisensory representational model that integrates major themes on concepts and concepts learning from the cognitive science literature. The model combines the representational power of a probabilistic generative grammar with the inferential power of Bayesian induction. read more

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