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 Angelo Cangelosi: Publications

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Books

1.     Cangelosi A., Schlesinger M. (2015). Developmental Robotics: From Babies to Robots. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Bradford Books. (Book web page)

2.     Di Nuovo S, Cangelosi A (Eds) (2015). Vita Naturale, Vita Artificiale (Natural Life, Artificial Life). Milano, Franco Angeli. (Book web page)

3.     Lyon C., Nehaniv C.L., Cangelosi A. (Eds.) (2007). Emergence of Communication and Language. London: Springer. (Book web page)

4.     Cangelosi A., Smith A, Smith K. (Eds.) (2006).  The Evolution of Language. Singapore: World Scientific. (EVOLANG6 Conference website)

5.     Cangelosi A., Bugmann G. & Borisyuk R. (Eds.) (2005).  Modeling Language, Cognition and Action: Proceedings of the 9th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Singapore: World Scientific. (NCPW9 Conference website)

6.     Cangelosi A. & Parisi D.  (Eds.) (2002). Simulating the Evolution of Language. London: Springer. (Summary + Table of content) (Book web page)

Journal papers

7. Morse A, Cangelosi A (in press). Why are there developmental stages in language learning? A developmental robotics model of language development. Cognitive Science.

8. Burigo M., Coventry K.R., Cangelosi A., Lynott D. (in press). Spatial language and converseness. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.

9. Myachykov A., Ellis R., Cangelosi A., Fischer M.H. (2016). Ocular drift along the mental number line. Psychological Research, 10.1007/s00426-015-0731-4

10. Golosio B, Cangelosi A. (2015). A cognitive neural architecture able to learn and communicate through natural language. PLoS ONE, 10(11) 10.1371/journal.pone.0140866

11. Seepanomwan K., Caligiore D., Cangelosi A., Baldassarre G., (2015). Generalization, decision making, and embodiment effects in mental rotation: A neurorobotic architecture tested with a humanoid robot. Neural Networks, 7:31-47 doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2015.09.010

12. Myachykov A., Cangelosi A., Ellis R., Fischer M.H. (2015). The oculomotor resonance effect in spatial–numerical mapping. Acta Psychologica, 161, 162–169 10.1016/j.actpsy.2015.09.006

13. Smith A.M., Yang C., Ma H., Culverhouse P., Cangelosi A., Burdet E. (2015). Novel hybrid adaptive controller for manipulation in complex pertubation environments. PLoS ONE, 10(6) 10.1371/journal.pone.0129281

14. Broz F., Di Nuovo A., Belpaeme T., Cangelosi A. (2015). Talking about task progress: Towards integrating task planning and dialog for assistive robotic services. Paladyn. Journal of Behavioral Robotics, 6(1), 111-118 10.1515/pjbr-2015-0007

15. Morse A., Belpaeme T, Smith L, Cangelosi A. (2015). Posture affects how robots and infants map words to objects. PLoS ONE, 10(3) 10.1371/journal.pone.0116012

16. Vollmer A-L., Rohlfing K., Wrede B., Cangelosi A. (2015). Alignment to the actions of a robot. International Journal of Social Robotics, 7(2):241-252 10.1007/s12369-014-0252-0

17. Borghi A.M., Cangelosi A. (2014). Action and language integration: From humans to cognitive robots. Topics in Cognitive Science, 6, 344–358. 10.1111/tops.12103

18. Broz F., et al., and Cangelosi A. (2014). The ITALK Project: A developmental robotics approach to the study of individual, social, and linguistic learning. Topics in Cognitive Science, 6, 534–544 10.1111/tops.12099

19. De La Cruz V., Di Nuovo A., Cangelosi A., Di Nuovo S. (2014). Making fingers and words count in a cognitive robot. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, 13 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00013 .   

20.    Zhong J., Cangelosi A., Wermter W. (2013). Towards a self-organizing pre-symbolic neural model representing sensorimotor primitives. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, 22 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00022

21.   Myachykov A., Ellis R., Cangelosi A., Fischer M.H. (2013). Visual and linguistic cues to graspable objects and graspable parts. Experimental Brain Research, 229(4), 545-559. DOI: 10.1007/s00221-013-3616-z

22.   Seepanomwan K., Caligiore D., Baldassarre G., Cangelosi A. (2013). Modeling mental rotation in cognitive robots. Adaptive Behavior, 21(4), 299 - 312

23.   Pezzulo G., Barsalou L.W., Cangelosi A., Fischer M.H., McRae K., Spivey M. (2013). Computational grounded cognition: A new alliance between grounded cognition and computational modelling. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(612), 1-11. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00612

24.   Di Nuovo A., Marocco D., Di Nuovo S., Cangelosi A (2013). Autonomous learning in humanoid robotics through mental imagery. Neural Networks, 41, 147-155

25.  Dautenhahn K., Cangelosi A. (2013). Progress on evolution of communication and interaction studies. Interaction Studies, 14(1), 1-6

26.  Caligiore D., Borghi A.M., Parisi D., Ellis R., Cangelosi A., Baldassarre G. (2012). How affordances associated with a distractor object affect compatibility effects: A study with the computational model TRoPICALS. Psychological Research, 77(1), 7-19. doi 10.1007/s00426-012-0424-1

27.   Stramandinoli F., Cangelosi A., Wermter S. (2012). The grounding of higher order concepts in action and language: A cognitive robotics model, Neural Networks, 32, 165-173 doi: 10.1016/j.neunet.2012.02.012

28.   Apel J.K., Cangelosi A., Ellis R., Goslin J., Fischer M.H. (2012). Object affordance influences instruction span. Experimental Brain Research, 223, 199–206

29.   Goslin J., Dixon T., Fischer M., Cangelosi A., Ellis R. (2012). Electrophysiological examination of embodiment in vision and action. Psychological Science, 23(2), 152-157

30.   Stramandinoli F., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2012). Editorial of Special Issue on Advances in Developmental Robotics. Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics, 3(3), 112 doi:10.2478/s13230-013-0112-x.

31. Dautenhahn K., Cangelosi A. (2012). Progress on evolution of communication and interaction studies. Interaction Studies, 13(1), vii-xvi.

32.   Apel J.K., Revie R., Cangelosi A., Ellis R., Goslin J., Fischer M.H. (2011). Attention deployment during memorizing and executing complex instructions. Experimental Brain Research, 214(2), 249-259

33.   Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Metta G. (2011). Language understanding in humanoid robots: iCub simulation experiments. IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development. 3(1), 17-29 (pdf file)

34.     Pezzulo G., Barsalou L.W., Cangelosi A., Fischer M.H., McRae K, Spivey M.J. (2011). The mechanics of embodiment: a dialog on embodiment and computational modelling. Frontiers in Psychology, 2(5), 1-21 (online version)

35.  Coutinho E, Cangelosi A. (in press). Musical emotions: predicting second-by-second subjective feelings of emotion from psycho-physiological measurements. Emotion

36.  Fontanari J. F., Cangelosi A. (2011). Cross-situational and supervised learning in the emergence of communication. Interaction Studies, 12(1), 119-133 (pdf file)

37.  Cangelosi A. (in press). Solutions and open challenges for the symbol grounding problem. International Journal of Signs and Semiotic Systems. (with commentaries)

38.  Morse A.F., de Greeff J., Belpaeme T., Cangelosi A. (2010). Epigenetic robotics architecture (ERA). IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development, 2(4), 325-339. (pdf file)

39.  Coventry K.R., Cangelosi A., Newstead S.N., Bugmann D. (2010). Talking about quantities in space: Vague quantifiers, context and similarity. Language and Cognition, 2(2), 221-241 (pdf file)

40.  Cangelosi A., Metta G., Sagerer G., Nolfi S., Nehaniv C.L., Fischer K., Tani J., Belpaeme B., Sandini G., Fadiga L., Wrede B., Rohlfing K., Tuci E., Dautenhahn K., Saunders J., Zeschel A. (2010). Integration of action and language knowledge: A roadmap for developmental robotics. IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development, 2(3), 167-195 (pdf file)

41.  Cangelosi A. (2010). Grounding language in action and perception: From cognitive agents to humanoid robots. Physics of Life Reviews, 7(2), 139-151 (online version)

42.  Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Fischer K., Belpaeme T. (in press). Grounding action words in the sensorimotor interaction with the world: Experiments with a simulated iCub humanoid robot. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 4:7 (online version)

43.  Coventry K.R, Lynott L., Cangelosi A., Monrouxe L., Joyce D., Richardson D.C. (2010). Spatial language, visual attention, and perceptual simulation. Brain and Language, 112, 202–213 (pdf file)

44.  Cangelosi A. (2010). Connectionist Modelling of Music Emotions: Commentary on Perlovsky. Physics of Life Reviews, 7, 37-38. online version)

45.  Cangelosi A. (2010). The symbol grounding problems has been solved: Or maybe not? Autonomous Mental Development Newsletter, 7(1): 2-10. (online version) (target column with commentaries)

46.  Fontanari J.F., Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Ilinc R. & Perlovsky L. (2009). Cross-situational learning of object-word mapping using Neural Modeling Fields. Neural Networks, 22: 579-585 (pdf file)

47.  Borisyuk R., Kazanovich Y., Chik D., Tikhanoff V. & Cangelosi A. (2009). A neural model of selective attention and object segmentation in the visual scene: An approach based on partial synchronization and star-like architecture of connections. Neural Networks, 22:707-719. (online version)

48.  Ruini F., Cangelosi A. (2009). Extending the evolutionary robotics approach to flying machines: an application to MAV teams. Neural Networks, 22: 812-821 (online version)

49.  Coutinho E., Cangelosi A. (2009). The use of spatio-connectionist models in psycho-physiological studies of musical emotions. Music Perception, 27(1): 1-15. (pdf file)

50.  Cangelosi A. (2008). Studying the evolution of language: A multi-methodological enterprise. Mind and Society (guest editor of Special Issue)

51.  Massera G., Cangelosi A., Nolfi S. (2007). Evolution of prehension ability in an anthropomorphic neurorobotic arm. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 1:4 (pdf in journal page) (demos)

52.  Cangelosi A, Tikhanoff V., Fontanari J.F., Hourdakis E. (2007). Integrating language and cognition: A cognitive robotics approach. IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, 2(3), 65-70 (pdf file)

53.  Cangelosi A. (2007). Adaptive agent modeling of distributed language: Investigations on the effects of cultural variation and internal action representations. Language Sciences, 29, 633–649 (pdf file)

54.  Cangelosi A, Riga T (2006). An embodied model for sensorimotor grounding and grounding transfer: Experiments with epigenetic robots. Cognitive Science, 30(4), 673-689 (pdf file)

55.  Cangelosi A. (2006). The grounding and sharing of symbols. Pragmatics and Cognition, 14(2), 275-285 (pdf file)

56.  Cangelosi A. (2005). The emergence of language: Neural and adaptive agent models. Connection Science, 17(3-4), 185-190 (guest editor of Special Issue)

57.  Cangelosi A. (2005). Evolving cognitive systems: Adaptive behaviour and cognition research at the University of Plymouth. Cognitive Processing, 6, 202-207 (pdf file)

58.  Cangelosi A., Parisi D. (2004). The processing of verbs and nouns in neural networks: Insights from synthetic brain imaging. Brain and Language, 89(2), 401-408 (pdf file)

59.  Greco A., Cangelosi A. & Riga T. (2004). The grounding of symbols through the experience with the world: A connectionist approach. Intelligent Systems, 16 (3), 457-478 (in Italian)

60.  Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Nolfi S. (2003), The emergence of communication is evolutionary robots. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London – A, 361: 2397-2421 (pdf file)

61.  Cangelosi A. (2003). Grounding language in sensorimotor and cognitive categories. AISB Quarterly, 115: 5-8

62.  Cangelosi A. (2003). Neural network models of category learning and language. Brain and Cognition, 53 (2): 106-107.

63.  Munroe S., Cangelosi A. (2002). Learning and the evolution of language: the role of cultural variation and learning cost in the Baldwin Effect. Artificial Life, 8: 311-339 (pdf file)

64.  Parisi D., Cangelosi A., Falcetta I. (2002). Verbs, nouns and simulated language games. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 14(1): 99-114 (pdf file)

65.  Cangelosi A. (2002). Language evolution in apes and autonomous agents: A commentary. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(5): 622-623

66.  Cangelosi A. (2001). Evolution of communication and language using signals, symbols and words. IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation. 5(2), 93-101 (preprint)

67.  Cangelosi A. & Harnad S. (2000). The adaptive advantage of symbolic theft over sensorimotor toil: Grounding language in perceptual categories. Evolution of Communication, 4(1), 117-142 (preprint)

68.  Cangelosi A., Greco A. & Harnad S. (2000). From robotic toil to symbolic theft: Grounding transfer from entry-level to higher-level categories. Connection Science, 12(2), 143-162 (preprint)

69.  Greco A., Cangelosi A. (1999). Language and the acquisition of implicit and explicit knowledge: a pilot study using neural networks. Cognitive Systems, 5(2), 148-165.

70.  Cangelosi A., & Parisi D. (1998). The emergence of a "language" in an evolving population of neural networks. Connection Science, 10(2), 83-97 (preprint)

71.  Cangelosi A., & Parisi D. (1998). Concepts in artificial organisms. A commentary on Millikan. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(1), 68-69

72.  Cangelosi A. (1998). Language simulation and evolution in an ecological context. Sistemi Intelligenti, 10(3), 409-442 (in Italian) (compressed postscript file)

73.  Cangelosi A., & Parisi D. (1998). Experimental models vs computational models: The case study of Caenhorabditis elegans. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 25(3), 627-649 (in Italian) (compressed postscript file)

74  Cangelosi A., & Parisi D. (1997). A neural network model of Caenorhabditis Elegans: The circuit of touch sensitivity. Neural Processing Letters, 6, 91-98 (preprint)

75.  Meloni D., Mura A., Nucci F., Cangelosi A., & Ligorio M.B. (1996). Virtual ECHO: An interface for a simulated environment. SIGCHI Bulletin (ACM), 28(3), 97-101 (compressed postscript file)

76.  Cangelosi A. (1996). The role of development in connectionist models. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 23, 777-800. (in Italian) (compressed postscript file)

77.  Cangelosi A., Parisi D., & Nolfi S. (1994). Cell division and migration in a 'genotype' for neural networks. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 5(4), 497-515 (preprint)

78.  Meloni D., & Cangelosi A. (1993). An example of intelligent tutoring systems in electrotechnics. GOLEM: Newsletter of Education and Training Technologies, 5, March 1993, 11-14 (in Italian)

79.  Cangelosi A., Ligorio M.B., Meloni D., & Mura A. (1993). Learning by visiting a virtual environment: Virtual ECHO. GOLEM: Newsletter of Education and Training Technologies, 5, December 1993, 8-14. (in Italian)

Conference papers and Book chapters

80. Zhong J., Novianto R., Dai M, Xinzheng Z., Cangelosi A. (in press). A hierarchical emotion regulated sensorimotor model: Case studies. Proceedings of 5th Data-Driven Control and Learning Systems (2016 DDCLC), Yinchuan, China, May 29-31, 2016

81. Di Nuovo A., Cangelosi A. (in press). Artificial mental imagery in cognitive robots interaction. SSCI2015: Proceedings of IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI) 2015, CCMB Symposium. Cape Town, IEEE Press

82. Rast A., Stokes A.B., Davies S., Adams S.V., Akolkar H., Lester D.R., Bartolozzi, C., Cangelosi, S. Furber (in press). Transport-Independent protocols for universal AER communications. Proceedings of 23rd International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP 2016). Kyoto, October 2016

83. Klein M., Cangelosi A., Wennekers T. (in press). Learning bidirectional connections between areas with standard spike-timing-dependent plasticity. Proceedings of NCPW 2014. World Scientific.

84. Di Nuovo A., Marocco D., Di Nuovo S., Cangelosi A. (in press). Embodied mental imagery in cognitive robots. In Handbook of Model Based Science. Springer.

85. Wang N., Cangelosi A. (2015). A user-centric design of service robots speech interface for the elderly. Proceedings of NOLISP'2015, International Conference on Nonlinear Speech Processing, Vietri Sul Mare, May 2015

86.  Cangelosi A. (in press). Language Processing. In M. Arbib & J. Bonaiuto (Eds.), From Brain to Function via Computational Neuroscience. Cambridge MA: MIT Press

87. Belpaeme T., Adams S., De Greeff J., Di Nuovo A., Morse A., Cangelosi A. (in press). Cognitive development of humanoid robots through social interaction. In: Esposito A. & Lakhmi C.J. (Eds), Socially Believable Behaving Systems - The Quest for Equipping Machines with Human-Level Automaton Intelligence. Springer Series on Intelligent Systems Reference Library

88. Cangelosi A., Morse A., Di Nuovo A., Rucinski M., Stramandinoli F., Marocco M., De La Cruz V., Fischer K. (in press). Embodied language and number learning in developmental robots. In M.H. Fischer & Y. Coello (Eds.), Foundations of Embodied Cognition. Taylor & Francis Press.

89. Cangelosi A., Bongard J. Fischer N.H, Nolfi S. (2015). Embodied Intelligence. In J Kacprzyk & W. Pedrycz (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Computational Intelligence. Springer, pp. 697-714

90. Cangelosi A., De La Cruz V., Morse A., Di Nuovo A., Rucinski M., Stramandinoli F., Marocco D., Fischer F. (2015). L’apprendimento linguistico e numerico nei “Developmental Robots” Angelo In Aireni G. et al. (Eds.) Le Scienze Cognitive a Confronto, Roma: Corisco Editori (in Italian)

91. Adams S., Wennekers T., Cangelosi A., Garagnani M. Pulvermueller F. (2014). Learning visual-motor cell assemblies for the iCub robot using a neuroanatomically grounded neural network. SSCI2014: Proceedings of IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI) 2014, CCMB Symposium. Orlando, IEEE Press

92. Adams S., Rast A., Patterson C., Galluppi F., Brohan K., Perez-Carrasco J.-A., Wennekers T., Furber S., Cangelosi A. (2014). Towards real-world neurorobotics: Integrated neuromorphic visual attention. Proceedings of 21st International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP2014), Kuching.

93. Grzyb B.J., Cattani A., Cangelosi A., Floccia C. (2014). Children in a wonderland: How language and scale errors may be linked. Proceedings of 2014 IEEE Fourth Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), Genoa

94. Smith A., Yang, Ma H., Culverhouse P., Cangelosi A., Burdet E. (2014). Dual adaptive control for bimanual manipulators with online fuzzy parameter tuning. Proceedings of the IEEE Multi-conference on Systems and Control, Antibes.

95. Carmantini G., Cangelosi A., Wills A. (2014). Machine learning of visual object categorization: an application of the SUSTAIN model. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Ottawa.

96. Stoelen M. F., Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Bonsignorio F., Balaguer C. (2014). Predictive hebbian association of time-delayed inputs with actions in a developmental robot platform. In Proceedings of IJCNN14 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Beijing, IEEE Press

97. Peniak M., Cangelosi A. (2014). Scaling-up action learning neuro-controllers with GPUs. In Proceedings of IJCNN14 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Beijing, IEEE Press

98. Di Nuovo, De La Cruz V., Cangelosi A., Di Nuovo S. (2014). The iCub learns numbers: An embodied cognition study. In Proceedings of IJCNN14 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Beijing, IEEE Press

99. Smith A., Yang, Ma H., Culverhouse P., Cangelosi A., Burdet E. (2014). Bimanual Robotic Manipulation with Biomimetic Joint/Task Space Hybrid Adaptation of Force and Impedance. Proceedings of 11th IEEE International Conference on Control & Automation (IEEE ICCA 2014), Taiwan.

100. Peniak M., Morse A., Cangelosi A. (2013). Aquila 2.0 software architecture for cognitive robotics. Proceedings of 2013 IEEE Third Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EpiRob), pp.1,6, 18-22 Aug. 2013, doi: 10.1109/DevLrn.2013.6652565

101. Fachantidis A., Di Nuovo A., Cangelosi A., Vlahavas I. (2013). Model-based reinforcement learning for humanoids: A study on forming rewards with the iCub platform. Proceedings of SSCI 2013 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence, Cognitive Algorithms, Mind, and Brain (CCMB), pp.87-93, Singapore, April 2013

102. Seepanomwan K., Caligiore D., Baldassarre G., Cangelosi A. (2013). A cognitive robotic model for mental rotation. Proceedings of SSCI 2013 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence, Cognitive Algorithms, Mind, and Brain (CCMB), pp.36,43Singapore, April 2013

103. Rucinski M., Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T. (2012). Robotic model of the contribution of gesture to learning to count. Proceedings of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2012, Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, November 7-9, 2012, San Diego, California, USA. Paper of Excellence Award

104. Stoelen M.F., Bonsignorio F., Balaguer C., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2012). Online learning and grounding for sensorimotor interaction: Benchmarking and first results. Proceedings of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2012, Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, November 7-9, 2012, San Diego, California, USA.

105. Li-Wen C, Lin C-Y, Cangelosi A. (2012). Learning of composite actions and visual categories via grounded linguistic instructions: humanoid robot simulations. Proceedings of IJCNN-2012, the 2012 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Brisbane.

106. Di Nuovo A., De La Cruz V.M., Di Nuovo S., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2012). Mental practice and verbal instructions execution: a cognitive robotics study. Proceedings of IJCNN-2012, the 2012 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Brisbane.

107. Cangelosi A. (2012). Cognitive modelling with multi-agent systems. In Seel N.M (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Springer

108. Metta G., Cangelosi A. (2012). Cognitive robotics. In Seel N.M (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Springer

109. Ramirez-Contla S., Cangelosi A., Marocco D. (2012). Developing motor skills for reaching by progressively unlocking degrees of freedom on the iCub humanoid robot. Proceedings of the Post-Graduate Conference on Robotics and Development of Cognition, 10-12 September 2012, Lausanne, Switzerland, pp. 40-43. Best Paper Award

110.  Hauert S., Leven S., Varga M., Ruini F., Zufferey J-C., Cangelosi A., Floreano D. (in press). Reynolds flocking in reality with fixed-wing robots: communication range vs. maximum turning rate. Proceedings of IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS-2011), San Francisco. (pdf file)

111.  Morse A.F., Baxter P., Belpeame T., Smith L.B., Cangelosi A. (in press) The power of words. Proceedings of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2011, Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Frankfurt (pdf file)

112.  Larcombe C., Morse A.F., Cangelosi A. (in press) Learning to react to abstractions: Accumulating adaptations in a humanoid embodiment. Proceedings of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2011, Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Frankfurt (pdf file)

113.  Peniak M., Morse A., Larcombe C., Ramirez-Contla S., Cangelosi A. (in press). Aquila: An open-source GPU-accelerated toolkit for cognitive and neuro-robotics research. Proceedings of IJCNN-2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Jose. (pdf file)

114.  Di Nuovo A., Marocco D., Di Nuovo S., Cangelosi A. (in press). A neural network model for spatial mental imagery investigation: A study with the humanoid robot platform iCub. Proceedings of IJCNN-2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Jose. (pdf file)

115.  Stramandinoli F., Cangelosi A., Marocco D. (in press). Towards the grounding of abstract words: A neural network model for cognitive robots. Proceedings of IJCNN-2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Jose. (pdf file)

116.  Rucinski M., Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T. (2011). An embodied developmental robotic model of interactions between numbers and space. In L. Carlson, C. Hoelscher, T.F. Shipley (Eds.), Expanding the Space of Cognitive Science: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, pp. 237-242 (pdf file)

117.  Morse A., Belpaeme T., Cangelosi A., Floccia C. (2011). Modeling U-shaped performance curves in ongoing development. In L. Carlson, C. Hoelscher, T.F. Shipley (Eds.), Expanding the Space of Cognitive Science: Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, pp. 3034-39 (pdf file)

118.  Cangelosi A. 2011). Robotics and embodied agents modelling of the evolution of language. In M. Tallerman (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution, Oxford University Press.

119.  Morse A.F., Belpaeme T., Cangelosi A., Smith L.B. (2010). Thinking with your body: Modelling spatial biases in categorization using a real humanoid robot. 2010 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Portland, pp 1362-1368 (pdf file) 117.  Metta G., Cangelosi A. (in press). Cognitive robotics. In Seel N.M (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning. Springer

120.  Peniak M., Bentley B., Marocco B., Cangelosi A., Ampatzis C., Izzo D., Biscani F. (2010). An evolutionary approach to designing autonomous planetary rovers. In TAROS 2010: Proceedings of Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems 2010. University of Plymouth, 198-204 (online proceedings)

121.  Ruini F., Cangelosi A. (2010). An incremental approach to the evolutionary design of autonomous controllers for micro-unmanned aerial vehicles In TAROS 2010: Proceedings of Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems 2010. University of Plymouth, 239-246 (online proceedings)

122.  Ruini F, Cangelosi A. (2010). An evolutionary robotics 3D model for autonomous MAVs navigation, Target tracking and group coordination. Proceedings of IJCNN2010 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Barcelona, July 2010. (pdf file)

123.  Peniak M., Bentley B., Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Ampatzis C., Izzo D., Biscani F. (2010). An island-model framework for evolving neuro-controllers for planetary rover control. Proceedings of IJCNN2010 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Barcelona, July 2010. (pdf file)

124.  Coutinho E. & Cangelosi A. (in press). A neural network model for the prediction of musical emotions. In J. Gray, & S. Nefti-Meziani, Advances in Cognitive Systems. Herts, UK: IET Publisher

125.  Macura Z., Cangelosi A., Ellis R., Bugmann D., Fischer M.H. & Myachykov A. (2009). A cognitive robotic model of grasping. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Venice, November 12-14 2009 (pdf file)

126.  Peniak M., Marocco D., Martinez-Contla S., Cangelosi A. (2009). An active vision system for navigating unknown environments: An evolutionary robotics approach. IJCAI-2009, Special Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Space Research. Los Angeles, July 2009 (pdf file)

127.  Fontanari J.F., Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Perlovsky L. (2009). A cross-situational algorithm for learning a lexicon using neural modeling fields. IJCNN: 2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Vols  1- 6, pp. 1455-1462  (pdf file)

128.  Ruini F., Cangelosi A., Zetule F. (2009). Individual and cooperative tasks performed by autonomous MAV teams driven by embodied neural networks controllers. IJCNN: 2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Vols  1- 6, pp. 859-866 (pdf file)

129.  Mazzapioda M., Cangelosi A. & Nolfi S. (2009). Co-evolving morphology and control: A distributed approach. CEC-2009 Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Trondheim, Norway. Best paper award (pdf file)

130.  Peniak M., Marocco D. & Cangelosi A. (2009). Co-evolving controller and sensing abilities in a simulated Mars Rover explorer. CEC-2009 Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Trondheim, Norway. (pdf file)

131.  Courtney P., Michel O., Cangelosi A., Tikhanoff V., Metta G., Natale L., Nori F., & Kernbach S. (in press). Cognitive systems platforms using open source. In: R. Madhavan, E. Tunstel & E. Messina. Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking of Intelligent Systems, Springer.

132.  Cangelosi A. (2008). The grounding and sharing of symbols. In I.E. Dror & S. Harnad (Eds.), Cognition Distributed. Amsterdam, John Benjamins, pp.83-92 (reprint of paper from Pragmatics and Cognition, 2006)

133.  Peniak M., Cangelosi A. & Marocco D. (2008). Autonomous robot Exploration of unknown terrain: A preliminary model of Mars Rover robot. Proceedings of 10th ESA Workshop on Advanced Space Technologies for Robotics and Automation (ASTRA 2008), 11-13 November 2008, Noordwijk, The Netherlands (pdf file)

134.  Tikhanoff V, Cangelosi A., Fitzpatrick P., Metta G., Natale L., Nori F. (2008). An open-source simulator for cognitive robotics research: The prototype of the iCub humanoid robot simulator. In R. Madhavan & E.R. Messina (Rds.), Proceedings of IEEE Workshop on Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop (PerMIS’08). Washington, D.C. (pdf file)

135.  Ruini F, Cangelosi A. (2008). Distributed control in multi-agent systems: A preliminary model of autonomous MAV swarms. Proceedings of11th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION2008), ISIF IEEE, pp. 1043-1050. (pdf file)

136.  Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Fontanari J.F. & Perlovsky L.I (2007). Scaling up of action repertoire in linguistic cognitive agents. In H. Hexmoor & C. Thompson (Eds.), Proceedings of 2007 International Conference on Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems (KIMAS’07). IEEE Press, pp.162-167 (pdf file)

137.  Coutinho E. & Cangelosi A. (2007). Modeling emotion and embodiment in multi-agent systems. In H. Hexmoor & C. Thompson (Eds.), Proceedings of 2007 International Conference on Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems (KIMAS’07). IEEE Press, pp. 133-138 (pdf file)

138.  Tikhanoff V., Fontanari J.F., Cangelosi A. & Perlovsky L.I. (2006). Language and cognition integration through modeling field theory: Category formation for symbol grounding. In S. Kollias, A. Stafylopatis, W. Duch & E. Oja, (Eds.), Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 2006. 16th International Conference. Proceedings (Part I) (LNCS 4131), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 376-85 (pdf file)

139.  Cangelosi A., Hourdakis E. & Tikhanoff V. (2006). Language acquisition and symbol grounding transfer with neural networks and cognitive robots. In Proceedings of 2006 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IJCNN 2006), IEEE Press, pp. 2885-2891. (pdf file)

140.  Nehaniv C.L, Lyon C. & Cangelosi A. (2006). Current work and open problems: A road-map for research into the emergence of communication and language. In Lyon C., Nehaniv C.L., Cangelosi A. (Eds.), Emergence of Communication and Language. London: Springer, pp. 1-27

141.  Massera G., Nolfi S. & Cangelosi A. (2006). Developing a reaching behaviour in a simulated anthropomorphic robotic arm through an evolutionary technique. In: L. M. Rocha et al. (Eds.) Artificial Life X: Proceeding of the Tenth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems. MIT Press. pp. 234-240. (pdf file)

142.  Cangelosi (2005). Approaches to Grounding Symbols in Perceptual and Sensorimotor Categories. In H. Cohen & C. Lefebvre (Eds), Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science, Elsevier, pp. 719-737 (pdf file)

143.  Coutinho E, Miranda E., Cangelosi A. (2005). Towards a Model for Embodied Emotions. In C. Bento, A. Cardoso & G. Dias (Eds.), Proceedings of EPIA2005,  2005 Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Portugal, IEEE Press, pp. 54-63..

144.  O’Ceallaigh R., Coventry KR., Cangelosi A. (2005). The role of context in spatial language comprehension. Proceedings of Workshop on Spatial Language and Dialogue. Delmenhorst, Germany.

145.  Coventry K.R., Cangelosi A., Newstead S., Bacon A., Rajapakse R. (2005), Grounding natural language quantifiers in visual attention. Proceedings of the XXVII Annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Stresa. (pdf file)

146.  Rajapakse R.K., Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R, Newstead S., Bacon A. 2005), Connectionist modeling of linguistic quantifiers. In W. Duch, J. Kacprzyk, E. Oja & S. Zadrozny (Eds.) Artificial Neural Networks: Formal Models and Their Applications - ICANN 2005. 15th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (Part II) (LNCS 3697).Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 679-684. (pdf file)

147.  Stuart L., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2005). Information Visualization for Knowledge Extraction in Neural Networks. In W. Duch, J. Kacprzyk, E. Oja & S. Zadrozny (Eds.) Artificial Neural Networks: Formal Models and Their Applications - ICANN 2005. 15th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (Part II) (LNCS 3697).Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 515-520

148.  Rajapakse R.K., Cangelosi A., Coventry K., Newstead S. and Bacon A. (2005). Grounding linguistic quantifiers in perception: Experiments on numerosity judgments. Z. Vetulani (ed.), Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics.: 2nd Language and technology Conference Proceedings, pp. 53-57, Poznañ, Poland (pdf file)

149.  Coventry, K. R., Cangelosi, A., Rajapakse, R., Bacon, A., Newstead, S., Joyce, D. & Richards, L. V. (2005). Spatial prepositions and vague quantifiers: Implementing the functional geometric framework. In C. Freksa, B. Knauff & B. Krieg-Bruckner & B. Nebel (Eds.), Spatial Cognition, Volume IV. Reasoning, Action and Interaction, (LNAI 3343), pp 98-110. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. (pdf file)

150.  Cangelosi A. (2005). Symbol grounding in connectionist and adaptive agent models. In S.B. Cooper, B. Lowe, L. Torenvliet (eds.), New Computational Paradigms: Proceedings of the First Conference on Computability in Europe, CiE 2005 (LNCS 3526), pp. 69-74, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

151.  Cangelosi A. (2005), Modeling Language, Cognition and Action: From connectionist simulations to embodied neural cognitive systems. In A. Cangelosi, G. Bugmann & R. Borisyuk (Eds.), Modelling Language, Cognition and Action: Proceedings of the 9th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Singapore: World Scientific.

152.  Cangelosi A., K. Coventry, R. Rajapakse, D. Joyce, A. Bacon, L. Richards, S. Newstead (2005), Grounding language in perception: A connectionist model of spatial terms and vague quantifiers. In A. Cangelosi, G. Bugmann & R. Borisyuk (Eds.), Modelling Language, Cognition and Action: Proceedings of the 9th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Singapore: World Scientific. pp. 47-56 (pdf file)

153.  Massera G., Nolfi S., Cangelosi A. (2005), Evolving a simulated robotic arm able to grasp objects. In A. Cangelosi, G. Bugmann & R. Borisyuk (Eds.), Modelling Language, Cognition and Action: Proceedings of the 9th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Singapore: World Scientific. pp. 203-208 (pdf file)

154.  Holden R., Cangelosi A. (in press). A multi-agent based fitness function for evolutionary architecture. IEEE International Conference on Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems: KIMAS’05: Modeling, Evolution, and Engineering (Boston, 2005) (pdf file)

155.  Cangelosi A., Riga T., Giolito B. & Marocco D. (2004). The emergence of language in grounded adaptive agents and robots. In K. Hasida & K. Nitta (eds.), New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: Joint Proceeding of the 17th and 18th Annual Conferences of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence. LNCS, Springer Verlag (pdf file)

156. Cangelosi A. (2004). The sensorimotor bases of linguistic structure: Experiments with grounded adaptive agents. In S. Schaal et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behaviour: From Animals to Animats 8, Cambridge MA, MIT Press, pp. 487-496 (pdf file)

157.  Riga T., Cangelosi A. & Greco A. (2004). Symbol grounding transfer with hybrid self-organizing/supervised neural networks. IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks Proceedings, v.4, pp. 2865-2869 (pdf file)

158.  Holden R., Cangelosi A. (2004). A general, computationally intelligent model for egress simulation. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Fire Science and Engineering: Interflam 2004, London: Interscience Communication Publishing, pp. 387-398

159.   Holden R., Cangelosi A. (2004). Limits to locality: Cellular Automata v Pulsed Neural Networks. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Fire Science and Engineering: Interflam 2004. London: Interscience Communication Publishing, pp. 761-766

160. Cangelosi A., Nolfi S., Parisi D. (in press), Artificial life models of neural development. In S. Kumar & P. Bentley (eds.) On Growth, Form, and Computers. Academic Press, London UK, pp. 339-352 (pdf file)

161. Cangelosi A., Marocco D., Bilotta E., P.A. Bertacchini (2003), Studying the evolution of language: Simulation and robotic approaches. In M.C. Usai & M. Zanobini (Eds), Psychology of life span. Milan: Franco Angeli, 83-99 (in Italian)

162. Greco A., Riga T. & Cangelosi A. (2003). The acquisition of new categories through grounded symbols: An extended connectionist model. In O. Kaynak, E. Alpaydin, E. Oja & L. Xu (Eds.), Artificial Neural Networks and Neural Information Processing - ICANN/ICONIP 2003. Berlin: Springer, pp. 773-770  (pdf file)

163. Joyce D., Richards L., Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R. (2003), On the foundations of perceptual symbol systems: Specifying embodied representations via connectionism. In F. Detje, D. Dörner, H. Schaub (Eds.), The Logic of Cognitive Systems. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, pp147-152, Universitätsverlag Bamberg (pdf file)

164.   Joyce D., Richards L., Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R. (2002), Object representation-by-fragments in the visual system: A neurocomputational model. In L. Wang, J.C. Rajapakse, K. Fukushima, S.Y. Lee, X. Yao (Eds), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONP02) IEEE Press, Singapore (pdf file)

165.    Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Nolfi S. (2002), The role of social and cognitive abilities in the emergence of communication: Experiments in evolutionary robotics. EPSRC/BBSRC International Workshop Biologically-Inspired Robotics HP, pp. 174-181 (pdf file)

166.   Cangelosi A., Parisi D (2002). Computer simulation: A new scientific approach to the study of language evolution. In A. Cangelosi, D. Parisi (Eds.), Simulating the evolution of language, London: Springer, 3-28 (preprint)

167.   Cangelosi A., Greco A. & Harnad S. (2002). Symbol grounding and the symbolic theft hypothesis. In A. Cangelosi, D. Parisi (Eds.), Simulating the evolution of language, London: Springer, pp. 191-210

168.   Parisi D. & Cangelosi A. (2002). A unified simulation scenario for language development, evolution, and historical change. In A. Cangelosi & D. Parisi, Simulating the evolution of language, London: Springer, pp. 255-276

169.   Cangelosi A. & Turner H. (2002). The emergence of language. In A.M. Borghi & T. Iachini, The Sciences of Mind, Bologna: Il Mulino, pp. 227-244 (in Italian)

170.   Cangelosi A., Martinez G.C. (2001). Neural networks for spatial language processing using virtual reality. World Congress on Neuroinformatics: Part II Proceedings, ARGESIM Verlag (CDROM publication)

171.   Cangelosi A., Parisi D. (2001). How nouns and verbs differentially affect the behavior of artificial organisms. In J.D. Moore & K. Stenning (Eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 170-175 (preprint)

172.   Martinez G., Cangelosi A, & Coventry K (2001). A hybrid neural network and virtual reality system for spatial language processing. In IJCNN'01. International Joint Conference on Neural Networks. Proceedings, Piscataway, NJ: IEEE Press, vol. 1, 16-21 (preprint)

173.   Cangelosi A. (2000). Evolution of symbolisation in chimpanzees and neural nets. In J.L. Desalles & L. Ghadakpour (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Evolution of Language, ENST Paris, 40-44 (online proceedings)

174.   Cangelosi A. (1999). Modeling the evolution of communication: From stimulus associations to grounded symbolic associations. In D. Floreano, J. Nicoud, F. Mondada (Eds.), Advances in Artificial Life (Proceedings ECAL99 European Conference on Artificial Life), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 654-663 (preprint)

175.   Cangelosi A. (1999). Evolution of communication using combination of grounded symbols in populations of neural networks. In Proceedings of IJCNN99 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Washington, DC: IEEE Press, vol. 6, 4365-4368

176.   Cangelosi A. (1999). Heterochrony and adaptation in developing neural networks. In W. Banzhaf et al. (Eds), Proceedings of GECCO99 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufmann, 1241-1248 (preprint)

177.   Greco A., Cangelosi A. & Harnad S. (1998). A neural network model for categorical perception and symbol grounding. In L. Niklasson, M. Boden & T. Ziemke (Eds) Proceedings of ICANN98 8th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. London: Springer-Verlag, 399-404

178.   Cattani A. & Cangelosi A.. (1997). The role of gestuality in the theories of language evolution. In A. Scopesi & M. Zanobini (Eds), Communicative, linguistic, and relational competence: Analysis models and developmental perspectives, Milano: Franco Angeli, 363-382 (in Italian)

179.   Greco A. & Cangelosi A.. (1997). Language and categories: Contributions of neural network simulations. In A. Scopesi & M. Zanobini (Eds), Communicative, linguistic, and relational competence: Analysis models and developmental perspectives, Milano: Franco Angeli, 411-434 (in Italian)

180.   Cangelosi A. (1996). The study of changes through simulation: New perspectives and new methodologies for Psychology. In A. Greco (Ed), Beyond Cognitivism. Milano: Franco Angeli Editore, 132-161. (in Italian) (compressed postscript file)

181.   Meloni D., Cangelosi A., Crispoldi M., Cometti A., & Mattioli M. (1995). CATAM: an hypermedia system for radar testing and troubleshooting. Proceedings of the 4th AIIA Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence, Firenze, October 1995, 32-41. (in Italian)

182.   Meloni D., Cangelosi A., Nucci F.S., & Mura A. (1994). The metaphor of virtual visiting in an hypermedia learning environment. In A. Gisolfi (Ed.) Multimedia for Training and for Fine Arts, Salerno: Elea Press, 405-411. (in Italian)

183.   Meloni D., Mura A., Ligorio M.B. & Cangelosi A. (1993). Echo: An interactive learning environment for basic radar techniques. Proceedings of the 7th International conference PEG 93: AI tools and the classroom, theory into practice (vol. 2). Moray House Institute of Education, Edinburgh, 647-653.

184.  Meloni D., Cangelosi A., Nucci F.S., & Mungo F. (1992). Knowledge Acquisition for an Intelligent Tutoring System: a Case Study. Proceedings of the East-West Conference on Emerging Computer Technologies in Education, Moscow, April 1992, 215-220.

 

Published Abstracts

185.     Golosio B., Cangelosi A., Gamotina O, Masala G.L. (2015). A cognitive neural model of executive functions in natural language processing. Proceedings of BICA2015 6TH International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures. Lyon.

186.     Klein M., Cangelosi A., Wennekers T. (2015). What must come down goes up - the effect of noise on weights in spike-timing-dependent plasticity. CNS2015 24th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting, Prague, July 2015.

187.     Cangelosi A. (2015). Embodied Language Learning in Humanoid Robots. International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, September 2015.

188.     Seepanomwan K., Caligiore D., Cangelosi A., Baldassarre G. (2015). The role of intrinsic motivation in the development of tool use: A study in infant robots. International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, September 2015.

189.     De La Cruz V., Floccia C., Cattani A., Cangelosi A., Di Nuovo A. (2014). Counting cultures and their effects in children and robots. Annual Meeting of the Associazione Italiana Science Cognitive (AISC), Rome, December 2014.

190.     Broz F., Di Nuovo Al., Belpaeme T., Cangelosi A. (2014). Talking about task progress: Towards integrating planning and dialog for robot services. Proceedings of Intl. Workshop on New Frontiers of Service Robotics for the Elderly, RO-MAN2014 Conference, Edinburgh, August 2014. pp. 27-29.

191.     Vollmer A., Muhlig M., Rohlfing, Wrede B., Cangelosi A. (2013). Demonstrating actions to a robot: How naive users adapt to a robot’s replication of goal and manner-oriented actions. In Fernandez R. & Isard A. (eds.), SEMDIAL 2013, DialDam, Proceedings of the 17th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, pp. 240-242, Amsterdam, 16–18 December 2013.

192.     Di Nuovo A., Marocco D., Di Nuovo S., Cangelosi A. (2013). Ballistic action planning in robotics by means of artificial imagery. ECAL’2013, 12th European Conference on Artificial Life, Taormina, 2-6 September 2013.

193.     Stramandinoli F., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2013). Grounding abstract action words through the hierarchical organization of motor primitives. IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2013, Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and the International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, August 18-22, 2013, Osaka, Japan.

194.     Kuppuswamy N., Harris C.M., Cangelosi A. (2012). Effect of physical variation on the reduced dimensional control of a mass-spring-damper chain system. Abstracts of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2012 Conference

195.     Peniak M. Cangelosi A. (2012). GPU-accelerated action acquisition through multiple time scales recurrent neural network. GPU Technology Conference 2012, San Jose, May 14-17, 2012

196.     Cangelosi A., Ampatzis C., Izzo D. (2011). Evolving autonomous mars rovers. ERCIM News, 84, 21-22 (pdf file)

197.     Peniak M., Morse A., Larcombe C., Ramirez-Contla S., Cangelosi A. (2011). Aquila: Massively parallelised developmental robotics framework. Postgraduate Conference for Computing: Applications and Theory (PCCAT 2011). Exeter, June 2011

198.     Peniak M., Marocco D., Tani J., Yamashitay Y., Fischer K., Cangelosi A. (in press). Multiple time scales recurrent neural network for complex action acquisition. Frontiers in Neurorobotics (abstracts of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2011 Conference) (pdf file)

199.     Cangelosi A., Fischer K., Nehaniv C.L., Metta G., Nolfi S., Rohlfing K. (in press). Special session: Advances in developmental robotics of action and language learning. Frontiers in Neurorobotics (abstracts of IEEE ICDL-EpiRob 2011 Conference)

200.     Stramandinoli F., Rucinski M., Znajdek J., Rohlfing K., Cangelosi A. (2011). From sensorimotor knowledge to abstract symbolic representations. Physics Procedia (Proceedings FET-11 Conference) (pdf file) Best Poster Award

201.     Connell L., van Dantzig S., Borghi A., Cangelosi (2011). Current issues in embodiment. EuroCog 2011: European Conference on Cognitive Science. Sofia, May 2011

202.     Caligiore D., Borghi A., Parisi D., Ellis R., Cangelosi A., Baldassarre G. (2011). Affordances of distractors and compatibility effects: a study with the computational model TRoPICALS. COSYNE-2011 Computational and Systems Neuroscience 2011 Proceedings, Salt Lake City, February 2011. Available from Nature Precedings http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.5848.1 

203.     Peniak, M., Morse, A., Larcombe, C., Ramirez-Contla, S. and Cangelosi, A. (in press) 'Aquila: Massively Parallelised Developmental Robotics Framework', In Proceedings of the Postgraduate Conference for Computing: Applications and Theory, Exeter.

204.     Ramirez-Contla S., Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (2010). Active vision and depth estimation: Towards a peripersonal space encoding in a humanoid robot. In B. Johansson et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Lund University Cognitive Studies, pp. 175-176

205.     Di Nuovo A., Marocco D., Di Nuovo S., Cangelosi A. (2010). Estimating spatial position from proprioceptive and visual information: A cognitive robotics model. In B. Johansson et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics, Lund University Cognitive Studies, pp. 173-174

206.     Marocco D., Cangelosi A. (in press). Grounding words in actions: Experiments with the iCub humanoid robot. Fourteenth International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems. Boston, May 19 – 22, 2010

207.     Morse A.F., Belpaeme B. Cangelosi A. (2010). Robotic models of spatial biases in categorization. 12th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop (NCPW12), London, UK: April 8-10

208.     Ruini F., Cangelosi A. (2010). Intelligent autonomous controllers based on genetically evolved neural networks for flying robots: experiments in two and three dimensions. Postgraduate Conference for Computing: Applications and Theory, Exeter, June 2010.

209.     Morse A.F., Belpaeme B. Cangelosi A. (2010). Modelling spatial biases in categorization. Postgraduate Conference for Computing: Applications and Theory, Exeter, June 2010.

210.     Peniak M., Bentley B., Marocco D., Ampatzis C., Biscani F., Izzo D. & Cangelosi (2010). Designing autonomous robot controllers for planetary exploration: A model of a mars rover. Postgraduate Conference for Computing: Applications and Theory, Exeter, June 2010 Best paper award

211.     Myachykov A., Bugmann D., Macura Z., Ellis R., Cangelosi A. & Fischer M.H. (2009). Processing numbers influences eye position and saccadic responses. ECEM 2009 - 15th European Conference on Eye Movements.

212.     Tikhanoff V., Fitzpatrick P., Nori F., Natale L., Metta G. & Cangelosi A. (2008). The iCub humanoid robot simulator. In Proceedings of IEEE/RSJ 2008 International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems (IROS2008), Nice, 22-26 September 2008

213.     Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T., Sandini G., Metta G., Fadiga L., Sagerer G., Rohlfing K., Wrede B., Nolfi S., Parisi D., Nehaniv C., Dautenhahn K., Saunders J., Fischer K., Tani J., & Roy D. (2008). The ITALK project: Integration and Transfer of Action and Language Knowledge. In: Proceedings of Third ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI 2008), Amsterdam, 12-15 March 2008

214.     Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T., Sandini G., Metta G., Fadiga L., Sagerer G., Rohlfing K., Wrede B., Nolfi S., Parisi D., Marocco D., Nehaniv C., Dautenhahn K., Saunders J., Fischer K., & Tani J. (2008). The ITALK project: Integration and Transfer of Action and Language Knowledge in Robots. In Proceedings of CogSys2008: International Conference on Cognitive Systems, Karlsruhe, 1-4 April 2008

215.     Ruini F., Cangelosi A. (2008). Evolutionary algorithm based neural network controllers: an application to mav swarms. Proceedings of Wivace 2008: Italian Workshop of Artificial Life and Evolutionary Computation, Venice September 2008

216.     Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Tani J. and Metta G. (in press). Towards language acquisition in autonomous robots. Proceedings of ALIFE XI, Winchester.

217.     Coutinho E., Cangelosi A. (in press). Psycho-physiological patterns of musical emotions and their relation with music structure. ICMPC-10: 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Sapporo, Japan.

218.     Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T., Sandini G., Metta G., Fadiga L., Sagerer L., Rohlfing K., Wrede B., Nolfi S., Parisi D., Nehaniv C., Dautenhahn K., Saunders J., Fischer K., Tani J. and Roy D. (2008). The ITALK project: Integration and transfer of action and language knowledge in robots. Third International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI 2008), Amsterdam.

219.     Cangelosi A., Belpaeme T., Sandini G., Metta G., Fadiga L., Sagerer L., Rohlfing K., Wrede B., Nolfi S., Parisi D., Marocco D., Nehaniv C., Dautenhahn K., Saunders J., Fischer K. and Tani J. (2008). The ITALK project: Integration and transfer of action and language knowledge in robots. International Conference on Cognitive Systems (CogSys 2008), Karlsruhe.

220.     Peniak M. and Cangelosi A. (in press). Autonomous robot exploration of unknown terrain: A preliminary model of Mars Rover robot. 25th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems. Genoa

221.     Tikhanoff V., Cangelosi A., Metta G. (in press). Emergence of Communication in Autonomous Robot). 25th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems. Genoa

222.     Cangelosi A. (2007). The evolution and grounding of language in cognitive agents and robots. ICCS 2007: International Conference on Complex Systems. p. 78-79

223.     Cangelosi A. & Tikhanoff V. (2006). Integrating action and language in cognitive robots: Experiments with modeling field theory. AFOSR Information Fusion Program Conference (part of Fusion2006: The 9th International Conference on Information Fusion), Florence, July 2006.

224.     Cangelosi A. (2005). The evolution and grounding of language in multi-agent systems. IEEE International Conference on Integration of Knowledge Intensive Multi-Agent Systems: KIMAS’05: Modeling, Evolution, and Engineering (Boston, 2005)

225.     Coutinho E., Miranda E., Cangelosi A. (2005). Artificial emotion: Simulating affective behaviour. Post-Cognitivist Psychology Conference, Glasgow, July 2005

226.     Hourdakis E., Cangelosi A (2005). The acquisition of language in epigenetic robots. ESSCS Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems, p. 8

227.     La Rovere I., Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R., Newstead S. (2005). Context effects in the use of linguistic quantifiers: A study on English and Italian vague quantifiers. ESSCS Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems, pp.10-11

228.     La Rovere I, Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R. and Newstead S. (2005). Context effects in linguistic quantifiers: A crosslinguistic study on English and Italian vague quantifiers. 2005 Annual Conference of the Italian Section of Experimental Psychology, Cagliari, September 2005 (in Italian)

229.     Cangelosi A., Riga T., Giolito B. & Marocco D. (2004). Language emergence and grounding in sensorimotor agents and robots. First International Workshop on Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication, May 31- Jun 1 2004, Kanazawa Japan, p. 3-8 (pdf file)

230.     Cangelosi A., Coventry K.R., Rajapakse R., Bacon A. & Newstead S.N. (2004), Grounding language into perception: A connectionist model of spatial terms and vague quantifiers. In Book of Abstracts of the 9th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Plymouth, p. 16

231.     Riga T., Cangelosi A. & Greco A. (2004). Symbol grounding transfer with hybrid self-organizing/supervised neural networks. Program and Abstracts Book of IJCNN 2004 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks and FUZZ-IEEE 2004 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems. Budapest, p. 109.

232.     Cangelosi A. (2004). The sensorimotor origins of word categories: Experiments with grounded evolutionary models. 5th International Conference on the Evolution of Language. Leipzig March 2004

233.     Marocco D. & Cangelosi A. (2004). Evolutionary robotics experiments on the emergence of communication. 5th International Conference on the Evolution of Language. Leipzig March 2004

234.     Riga T., Cangelosi A. & Greco A. (2004). Teaching robots using imitation and natural language. 20th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems. Genoa

235.     Cangelosi A. (2003). Modularity and language in evolutionary neural networks. In C.L. Nehaniv, P.J. Bentley & S. Kumar (eds). Evolvability, Genetics & Development in Natural and Constructed Systems: Abstracts of the EPSRC Evolvability Network Symposium. University of Hertfordshire.

236.     Cangelosi A., Giolito B. (2003) Sensorimotor representations and linguistic structure in artificial agents: Investigations with synthetic brain imaging techniques. 1st Italian Workshop on Artificial Life, Universitadella Calabria. September 2003 (in Italian)

237.     Marocco D., Stuart E.J., Cangelosi A. (2003). Visualisation techniques in artificial life: The method of parallel coordinates. 1st Italian Workshop on Artificial Life, Universitadella Calabria. September 2003 (in Italian)

238.     Joyce D.W., Richards L., Cangelosi A. & Coventry K.R. (2002). Object representation by fragments in the visual system: A neurocomputational model. In L. Wang et al (Eds.), ICONIP02-SEAL02-FSKD02 9th International Conference on Neural Information Processing: Abstracts, Singapore, p. 38

239.     Greco A., Riga T., Cangelosi A. (2002). Grounding transfer of symbols in neural networks. 1st Conference of the Italian Cognitive Science Association. Rovereto, Settembre 2002 (in Italian)

240.     Cangelosi A. (2002). The emergence of language in sensorimotor agents: Insights from synthetic brain imaging. International Workshop on Language and Motor Integration: Neuroimaging and Computational Modeling. Edinburgh, p.13

241.     Marocco D., Cangelosi A., Nolfi S. (2002). Evolution of cognitive and linguistic abilities in neuro-robotic models. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Rimini, September 2002 (in Italian)

242.     Richards L., Joyce D.W., Coventry K.R. & Cangelosi A (2002). Constrained computational modelling of spatial language comprehension. The British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section: XIX Annual Conference, p. 19

243.     Coventry K.R., Cangelosi A., Joyce D.W. & Richards L. (2002). Putting geometry and function together – Towards a psychologically-plausible computational model for spatial language comprehension. 24th Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Virginia US, July 2002

244.     Joyce D.W., Richards L., Cangelosi A. & Coventry K.R. (2002). Spatial Language and Visual Cognition : A Cognitive, Connectionist and Embodied Perspective. Abstracts of the Plymouth Institute of Neuroscience (PION) Annual Symposium, p. 10-11

245.     Cangelosi A. (2002). Neural Network Modelling of Category Learning and Language: Insights from Synthetic Brain Imaging. Abstracts of the Plymouth Institute of Neuroscience (PION) Annual Symposium, p. 12

246.     Munroe S., Cangelosi A. (2002). Cultural transmission, learning cost and the Baldwin effect in language evolution. In J. Hurford & T. Titch (Eds), Proccedings of the 4th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, p.79

247.     Turner S., Cangelosi A. (2002). Implicating working memory in the representation of constituent structure and the origins of word-order universals. In J. Hurford & T. Titch (Eds), Proccedings of the 4th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, p.114

248.     Phillips M., Bugmann G., Cangelosi A., Cox G., Mignonneau L., Sommerer C., Speed C., Veck N. (2002). The Search for Terrestrial Intelligence. Presented at Consciousness Reframed Conference, Perth, August

249.     Turner H., Cangelosi A. (2001). The role of memory load in syntactic processing and language evolution Language, Brain, and Culture Conference, Sydney, 12-14 December, p.45-46

250.     Cangelosi A., Martinez GC (2001). Neural networks for spatial language processing using virtual reality. World Congress on Neuroinformatics: Part I Abstracts, ARGESIM Verlag, p. 36

251.     Greco A., Riga T. & Cangelosi A. (2001). The acquisition of new categories in neural networks through grounded symbols. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Alghero, September 2001 (in Italian)

252.     Martinez G., Cangelosi A, & Coventry K (2001). A hybrid neural network and virtual reality system for spatial language processing. In IJCNN2001 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks: Book of summaries, Washington, July14-19

253.     Riga T., Greco A. & Cangelosi A. (2001). Acquiring higher-level categories by sensorimotor grounding of entry-level features. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems. Maastricht, May 18-21, 13-14.

254.     Cangelosi A. (2000). Signals, symbols and words in language evolution models. Workshop on Evolutionary Computation and Cognitive Systems, Melbourne, January 2000

255.     Cangelosi A. (1999). Evolution of communication using combination of grounded symbols in populations of neural networks. IJCNN99 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks: Book of summaries, Washington, July10-16, page 153

256.     Cangelosi A. & Harnad S. (1998). Adaptive advantages of "Hearsay" over direct sensorimotor experience. 2nd International Conference on the Evolution of Language. London, April 1998

257.     Cangelosi A., Greco, A., & Harnad, S. (1997). Categorical perception effects in connectionist models. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Capri, September, 1997, p. 37-38

258.     Cangelosi A. (1997). Agent-based models for language simulations. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Capri, September, 1997. p. 295-296

259.     Greco, A., Cangelosi A., & Harnad, S. (1997). A connectionist model of categorical perception and symbol grounding. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems. Friburg, June 1997, p. 7

260.     Cangelosi A., & Parisi, D. (1996). A connectionist model for language evolution. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Capri, September, 1996.

261.     Greco A., & Cangelosi A. (1996). A representational redescription method using competitive learning. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems, Saint Maximin la Sainte-Baume, France, April 1996.

262.     Cangelosi A. (1996). The evolution of a lexicon in an artificial life simulation. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems, Saint Maximin la Sainte-Baume, France, April 1996.

263.     Greco A., & Cangelosi A. (1995). Language, Categorization, and Representation: a Pilot Study Using Neural Networks. Proceedings of the 13th Annual Workshop of the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems, Oxford UK, September 1995, 8-10.

264.     Balestra V., Bozzo M.T., Cangelosi A., et al. (1994). Evoluzione degli errori di scrittura in bambini della scuola elementare. Rivista di Psicologia, 150-151.

265.     Cangelosi A., Ligorio M.B., & Meloni D. (1993). Echo: un ambiente di apprendimento ipermediale per operatori radar. Proceedings of the XII Italian Conference of Basic Research in Psychology, Roma, Settembre 1993, 289-290.

266.     Atzori E., & Cangelosi A. (1992). Percezione della vicinanza in un ceppo puro di topi. Proccedings of the XI Italian Conference of Basic Research in Psychology, Cagliari, Settembre 1992, 147-148. .

267.     Cangelosi A., Meloni D., & Renzi P. (1992). Acquisizione delle conoscenze in un sistema tutoriale intelligente sull'elettrotecnica. Proceedings of the XI Italian Conference of Basic Research in Psychology, Cagliari, Settembre 1992, 107-109

 

Jornal Special Issues (Guest Editor)

268.     Cangelosi A. & Borghi A. (2014). Topic on Action and Language Integration: From Humans to Cognitive Robots. Topics in Cognitive Science.

269.     Stramandinoli F., Wermter S., Cangelosi A. (2012). Advances in Developmental Robotics. Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics. 3(3).

270.     Cangelosi (2010). Action and Language Integration. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 4:7 (e-book from 2012).

271.     Cangelosi A. (2006). A Multi-Methodological Approach to Language Evolution. Mind and Society, 7(1) .

267.     Cangelosi A. (2005). The Emergence of Language: Neural and Adaptive Agent Models. Connection Science, 17(3-4)9.

 

Technical reports

Cangelosi A. (1997). Toward new computational models of language: Test and evaluation of the Ecological Neural Networks. PhD Thesis, University of Genoa. (in Italian)

Parisi D., Denaro D. & Cangelosi A. (1996). Categories and word meanings in adaptive organisms, Technical Report, NSAL-96-004, Institute of Psychology, National Research Council, Rome, January 1996.

Cangelosi A., & Elman J.L. (1995). Gene Regulation and Biological Development in Neural Networks: an Exploratory Model. Technical Report, CRL-UCSD, University of California at San Diego, September 1995. (compressed postscript file)

Cangelosi A., Kristan W.B. (1995). Local bending behavior in leeches: the study of cell 3 spike frequency in response to the stimulation of the PD sensory neurons. Technical Report, Center for Behavioral Neurobiology, University of California at San Diego.