From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism

Cruse H, Schilling M (2011)
In: Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. Lenaerts T, Giacobini M, Bersini H, Bourgine P, Dorigo M, Doursat R (Eds);MIT Press: 185-192.

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Lenaerts, Tom ; Giacobini, Mario ; Bersini, Hugues ; Bourgine, Paul ; Dorigo, Marco ; Doursat, Renè
Abstract
Simple artificial agents representing more or less elaboratedBraitenberg vehicles, usually adopt an egocentric view. Oneexample is Walknet, a biologically inspired neural networkcontrolling hexapod walking. Here we show how such acontroller can be expanded to be able to interpret observedbehaviours that are performed by other individuals, i.e. thesystem shows properties of a mirror system. This allows tofurther expand the network to become an "allocentric" systemthat might implement subjective feelings which could beattributed to other individuals, i.e. the system implements aTheory of Mind. As a last expansion we introduce a two-bodymodel, or we-model, which may allow for mutualism.Application of we-models allows for what often has been calledthe third person's view. The different steps proposed can beinterpreted as corresponding to an evolutionary development.
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ECAL2011
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Paris
Conference Date
2011-8-8
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Cruse H, Schilling M. From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism. In: Lenaerts T, Giacobini M, Bersini H, Bourgine P, Dorigo M, Doursat R, eds. Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. MIT Press; 2011: 185-192.
Cruse, H., & Schilling, M. (2011). From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism. In T. Lenaerts, M. Giacobini, H. Bersini, P. Bourgine, M. Dorigo, & R. Doursat (Eds.), Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (pp. 185-192). MIT Press.
Cruse, H., and Schilling, M. (2011). “From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism” in Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, ed. T. Lenaerts, M. Giacobini, H. Bersini, P. Bourgine, M. Dorigo, and R. Doursat (MIT Press), 185-192.
Cruse, H., & Schilling, M., 2011. From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism. In T. Lenaerts, et al., eds. Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. MIT Press, pp. 185-192.
H. Cruse and M. Schilling, “From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism”, Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, T. Lenaerts, et al., eds., MIT Press, 2011, pp.185-192.
Cruse, H., Schilling, M.: From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism. In: Lenaerts, T., Giacobini, M., Bersini, H., Bourgine, P., Dorigo, M., and Doursat, R. (eds.) Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. p. 185-192. MIT Press (2011).
Cruse, Holk, and Schilling, Malte. “From egocentric systems to systems allowing for Theory of Mind and mutualism”. Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011. Proceed. of the Eleventh Europ. Conf. on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. Ed. Tom Lenaerts, Mario Giacobini, Hugues Bersini, Paul Bourgine, Marco Dorigo, and Renè Doursat. MIT Press, 2011. 185-192.
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