Monica N. Nicolescu, Ph.D.

2003 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence
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Maja Mataric grad student 2003 USC
 (A framework for learning from demonstration, generalization and practice in human -robot domains.)
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Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2007) Task learning through imitation and human-robot interaction Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions. 407-424
Jenkins OC, Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2004) Autonomy and supervision for robot skills and tasks learned from demonstration Aaai Workshop - Technical Report. 27-29
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2003) Linking perception and action in a control architecture for human-robot domains Proceedings of the 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference On System Sciences, Hicss 2003
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2003) Natural Methods for Robot Task Learning: Instructive Demonstrations, Generalization and Practice Proceedings of the International Conference On Autonomous Agents. 2: 241-248
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2002) A hierarchical architecture for behavior-based robots Proceedings of the International Conference On Autonomous Agents. 227-233
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2001) Experience-based learning of task representations from human-robot interaction Proceedings of Ieee International Symposium On Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, Cira. 2001: 455-460
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2001) Learning and interacting in human - Robot domains Ieee Transactions On Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part a:Systems and Humans.. 31: 419-430
Nicolescu MN, Matarić MJ. (2001) Experience-based representation construction: Learning from human and robot teachers Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 2: 740-745
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