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A Survey of Cognitive Architectures in the Past 20 Years 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2018, 卷号: 48, 期号: 12, 页码: 3280-3290
Authors:  Ye, Peijun;  Wang, Tao;  Wang, Fei-Yue
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Agent  artificial intelligence (Al)  cognitive architecture (CA)  survey  
Biologically Inspired Model for Visual Cognition Achieving Unsupervised Episodic and Semantic Feature Learning 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2016, 卷号: 46, 期号: 10, 页码: 2335-2347
Authors:  Qiao, Hong;  Li, Yinlin;  Li, Fengfu;  Xi, Xuanyang;  Wu, Wei
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Biologically Inspired  Hierarchical Model  Key Components Learning  Semantic Description  
Learning A Superpixel-Driven Speed Function for Level Set Tracking 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2016, 卷号: 46, 期号: 7, 页码: 1498-1510
Authors:  Zhou, Xue;  Li, Xi;  Hu, Weiming
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Level Set Tracking  Metric Learning  Non-negative Matrix Factorization (Nf)  Speed Function  Superpixel (Sp)-driven  
Biologically Inspired Visual Model With Preliminary Cognition and Active Attention Adjustment 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2015, 卷号: 45, 期号: 11, 页码: 2612-2624
Authors:  Qiao, Hong;  Xi, Xuanyang;  Li, Yinlin;  Wu, Wei;  Li, Fengfu
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Active Attention Adjustment  Association  Biologically Inspired Visual Model  Memory  Object Recognition  
Introducing Memory and Association Mechanism Into a Biologically Inspired Visual Model 期刊论文
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 2014, 卷号: 44, 期号: 9, 页码: 1485-1496
Authors:  Qiao, Hong;  Li, Yinlin;  Tang, Tang;  Wang, Peng
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Association  Biologically Inspired Visual Model  Memory  Object Recognition