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Anticipatory Perceptual Simulation for a Robotic Teammate

Anticipatory Perceptual Simulation is a cognitive architecture developed at the MIT Media Lab based on current neuro-psychological research in perception and memory. It is designed to allow a robotic teammate to practice a physical task with a human partner. As the practice progresses, the robot builds a model of the human's actions, and through "imagining" the perceptual stimuli that would arise from these actions, react faster and lead to a more efficient and fluent interaction.

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