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  • Balkenius, Christian; Forster, Alexander; Johansson, Birger; Thorsteinsdottir, Vin (Springer, 2008)
    Although attention can be purely reactive, like when we react to an unexpected event, in most cases, attention is under deliberate control anticipating events in the world. Directing attention and preparing for action takes ...
  • Balkenius, Christian; Johansson, Birger (Springer, 2007)
    Infants gradually learn to predict the motion of moving targets and change from a strategy that mainly depends on saccades to one that depends on anticipatory control of smooth pursuit. A model is described that combines ...
  • Dowd, Annette; Johansson, Birger; Armstrong, Nicholas; Ton-That, Cuong; Phillips, Matt (SPIE-Int Society Optical Engineering, 2006)
    We investigated Si nanocaystal samples produced by high dose 600 keV Si+ implantation of fused silica and annealing using cathodoluminescence (CL). CL spectra collected under 5-25 keV electron irradiation show similar ...
  • Bjorne, P; Balkenius, Christian; Johansson, Birger (Elsevier Masson, 2006)
    Cognitive explanations of autism often involve higher order cognitive functions developing late in childhood, such as theory of mind, executive functions or central coherence. In home videos of infants later diagnosed with ...
  • Pezzulo, Giovanni; Butz, V; Castelfranchi, Cristiano; Falcone, Rino; Baldassarre, Gianluca; Balkenius, Christian; Forster, Alexander; Grinberg, Maurice; Herbort, Oliver; Kriyazov, Kiril; Kokinov, Boicho; Johansson, Birger; Lalev, Emilian; Lorini, Emiliano; Martino, Carlos; Miceli, Maria; Ognibene, Dimitri; Paiva, Ana; Petkov, Georgi; Piunti, Michele; Thorsteinsdottir, Vin (Springer, 2008)
    Endowing Artificial Systems with Anticipatory Capabilities
  • Balkenius, Christian; Johansson, Birger (Lund University Cognitive Studies, 123. Lund: LUCS, 2005)
    A model of gaze control is describes that includes mechanisms for predictive control using a forward model and event driven expectations of target behavior. The model roughly undergoes stages similar to those of human ...
  • Johansson, Birger; Balkenius, Christian (Springer, 2007)
    This paper presents an experimental study using two robots. In the experiment, the robots navigated through an area with or without obstacles and had the goal to shift places with each other. Four different approaches ...
  • Balkenius, Christian; Johansson, Birger (Springer, 2007)
    This paper presents an experimental study using two robots. In the experiment, the robots navigated through an area with or without obstacles and had the goal to shift places with each other. Four different approaches ...
  • Balkenius, Christian; Moren, Jan; Johansson, Birger; Johnsson, Magnus (Pergamon, 2010)
    The Ikaros project started in 2001 with the aim of developing an open infrastructure for system-level brain modeling. The system has developed into a general tool for cognitive modeling as well as robot control. Here we ...
  • Johansson, Birger; Balkenius, Christian (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    We investigating the role of anticipation and attention in a dynamic environment in a number of large scale simulations of an agent that tries to negotiate a number of gates that continuously open and close. In particular ...
  • Johansson, Birger; Balkenius, Christian (IEEE, 2005)
    To study and simulate cognitive development, it is useful to find a natural domain where many cognitive functions are needed and, but where the complexity of the environment and task is reasonable. We suggest that childrens ...
  • Johansson, Birger; Balkenius, Christian (LUCS (Lund University Cognitive Sciences), 2008)
    A model of event driven anticipatory learning is described and applied to a number of attention situations where one or several visual targets need to be tracked while being intermittently occluded. The model combines ...
  • Balkenius, Christian; Johnsson, Magnus; Johansson, Birger (Nya Doxa, 2008)
    Robotics can be seen as two very different lines of researchwith surprisingly little interaction. The first is concerned with the design of industrial robots, an area that has been very successful in increasing the level ...