Sequential Latent Force Models by Mauricio Álvarez

Queen Mary University of London Room GC2.22, Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London

Motor primitives are basic representations of human motion that, in a similar way to phonemes in a language, can be used to compose complex movements used for imitation learning in humanoid robotics. In this talk, two alternatives are described for segmentation of motor primitives from multivariate time course data that involve the use of latent force models.

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