Aspects of Interactive Autonomy and Perception
The purpose of this chapter is to approach the issue of autonomous agents from a more technical, pragmatic and concrete point of view than that of the other chapters in the book. In particular, this chapter offers a contrasting perspective to Chapter 7.
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