Some of my publications (under construction)

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Arcos, J L., Cañamero D., & López de Mántaras R. (1999).  Affect-Driven CBR to Generate Expressive Music. (Althoff, K-D., Bergmann R., & Branting L K., Ed.).Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development. Third International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, ICCBR'99. 1650, 1–13.
Arcos, J L., Cañamero D., & López de Mántaras R. (1998).  Affect-Driven Generation of Expressive Musical Performances. Emotional and Intelligent: The Tangled Knot of Cognition. Papers from the 1998 AAAI Fall Symposium. 1–6.
Attwood, S., Cañamero L., & te Boekhorst R. (2013).  SimianWorld – A Study of Social Organisation Using an Artificial Life Model. (Liò, P., Miglino O., Nicosia G., Nolfi S., & Pavone M., Ed.).Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013. 633–640.
Avila-García, O., Cañamero L., & te Boekhorst R. (2003).  Analyzing the Performance of "Winner-Take-All" and "Voting-Based" Action Selection Policies within the Two-Resource Problem. (Banzhaf, W., Christaller T., Dittrich P., Kim J. T., & Ziegler J., Ed.).Advances in Artificial Life: 7th European Conference, ECAL 2003. 2801, 733–742.
Avila-García, O., & Cañamero L. (2004).  Using Hormonal Feedback to Modulate Action Selection in a Competitive Scenario. (Schaal, S., Ijspeert A. Jan, Billard A., Vijayakumar S., Hallam J., & Meyer J-A., Ed.).From Animals to Animats 8: Proc. 8th Intl. Conf. on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB'04). 243–252.
Avila-García, O., & Cañamero L. (2005).  Hormonal Modulation of Perception in Motivation-Based Action Selection Architectures. (Cañamero, L., Ed.).Agents that Want and Like: Motivational and Emotional Roots of Cognition and Action. Papers from the AISB'05 Symposium.
Avila-García, O., Hafner E., & Cañamero L. (2002).  Relating Behavior Selection Architectures to Environmental Complexity. (Hallam, B., Floreano D., Hallam J., Hayes G. M., & Meyer J-A., Ed.).From Animals to Animats: Proc. 7th International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior. 127–128.
Avila-García, O., & Cañamero L. (2002).  A Comparison of Behavior Selection Architectures Using Viability Indicators. Proc. EPSRC/BBSRC International Workshop Biologically-Inspired Robotics: The Legacy of W. Grey Walter. 86–93.
Avila-García, O., & Cañamero L. (2002).  Comparing a Voting-Based Policy with Winner-Takes-All to Perform Action Selection in Motivational Agents. (Garijo, F. J., Riquelme J. C., & Toro M., Ed.).Advances in Artificial Intelligence – IBERAMIA 2002; Proc. 8th Ibero-American Conference on AI. 2527, 855–864.
Avila-García, O., Cañamero L., te Boekhorst R., & Davey N. (2003).  Optimization Criteria Underlying "Winner-Take-All" and "Voting-Based" Action Selection Policies. (Nehmzow, U., & Melhuish C., Ed.).Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, TIMR'03: 4th British Conference on Mobile Robotics.
[Anonymous] (2002).  Proceedings of the AISB'02 Symposium Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interactions. (Aylett, R., & Cañamero L., Ed.).
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Balkenius, C., Cañamero L., Pärnamets P., Johansson B., Butz M. V., & Olsson A. (2016).  Outline of a sensory-motor perspective on intrinsically moral agents. Adaptive Behavior. 24(5), 306–319 .
Baxter, P. E., Belpaeme T., Cañamero L., Cosi P., Demiris Y., Enescu V., et al. (2011).  Long-Term Human-Robot Interaction with Young Users. Proc. ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction conference (HRI-2011) (Robots with Children Workshop).
Beck, A., Cañamero L., & Bard K. A. (2010).  Towards an Affect Space for Robots to Display Emotional Body Language. Proc. 19th Annual IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2010). 464–469.
Beck, A., Stevens B., Bard K. A., & Cañamero L. (2012).  Emotional Body Language Displayed by Artificial Agents. ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems. 2(1), 2:1–2:29.
Beck, A., Hiolle A., & Cañamero L. (2013).  Using Perlin Noise to Generate Emotional Expressions in a Robot. Proc. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2013). 1845–1850.
Beck, A., Hiolle A., Mazel A., & Cañamero L. (2010).  Interpretation of Emotional Body Language Displayed by Robots. Proc. 3rd International Workshop on Affective Interaction in Natural Environments, AFFINE'10. 37–42.
Beck, A., Cañamero L., Damiano L., Sommavilla G., Tesser F., & Cosi P. (2011).  Children Interpretation of Emotional Body Language Displayed by a Robot. Proc. 3rd International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR 2011). 62–70.
Beck, A., Cañamero L., Hiolle A., Damiano L., Cosi P., Tesser F., et al. (2013).  Interpretation of Emotional Body Language Displayed by a Humanoid Robot: A Case Study with Children. International Journal of Social Robotics. 5, 325–334.
Belpaeme, T., Baxter P. E., Read R., Wood R., Cuayáhuitl H., Kiefer B., et al. (2012).  Multimodal Child-Robot Interaction: Building Social Bonds. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction. 1(2), 33–53.
Bisson, G., Nédellec C., & Cañamero L. D. (2000).  Designing Clustering Methods for Ontology Building: The Mo'K Workbench. (Staab, S., Maedche A., Nédellec C., & Wiemer-Hastins P., Ed.).Proc. First Workshop on Ontology Learning. Workshop of the 14th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2000). 13–18.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2005).  From Imprinting to Adaptation: Building a History of Affective Interaction. (Berthouze, L., Kaplan F., Kozima H., Yano H., Konczak J., Metta G., et al., Ed.).Fifth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems (EpiRob2005). 23–30.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2005).  Using Visual Velocity Detection to Achieve Synchronization in Imitation. (Demiris, Y., Ed.).Proc. 3rd Int. Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts. 26–29.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2006).  Modulation of Exploratory Behavior for Adaptation to the Context. (Burn, J., & Wilson M., Ed.).Proc. AISB 2006 Symposium on Biologically Inspired Robotics (Biro-net). 131–137.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2006).  Developing Affect-Modulated Behaviors: Stability, Exploration, Exploitation or Imitation?. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics. 128, 17–24.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2007).  Anticipating Rewards in Continuous Time and Space: A Case Study in Developmental Robotics. Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning Systems. 267–284.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2007).  Développement de Liens Affectifs Basés sur le Phénomène d'Empreinte pour Moduler l'Exploration et l'Imitation d'un Robot. Enfance. 59(1), 35–45.
Bowes, D., Adams R. G., Cañamero L., Steuber V., & Davey N. (2008).  Receptor Response and Soma Leakiness in a Simulated Spiking Neural Controller for a Robot. (Madani, K., Ed.).Proc. 4th International Workshop on Artificial Neural Networks and Intelligent Information Processing (ANNIIP 2008). 100–106.
Bowes, D., Adams R. G., Cañamero L., Steuber V., & Davey N. (2009).  The role of lateral inhibition in the sensory processing in a simulated spiking neural controller for a robot. Proc. 2009 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life (ALIFE 2009). 179–183.
Bowes, D., Cañamero L., Adams R. G., Steuber V., & Davey N. (2009).  Should I worry about my stressed pregnant robot?. (Cañamero, L., Oudeyer P-Y., & Balkenius C., Ed.).Proc. 9th International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems (EpiRob 2009). 146, 203–204.
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[Anonymous] (2009).  Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems. (Cañamero, L., Oudeyer P-Y., & Balkenius C., Ed.).146,
Cañamero, L. D., & Fredslund J. (2001).  I Show You How I Like You—Can You Read it in My Face?. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans. 31(5), 454–459.
[Anonymous] (2005).  Agents that Want and Like: Motivational and Emotional Roots of Cognition and Action. Papers from the AISB'05 Symposium. (Cañamero, L., Ed.).
Cañamero, D. (1999).  Emotions pour les agents situés. (Drogoul, A., & Meyer J-A., Ed.).Intelligence Artificielle Située.
Cañamero, L. D. (2003).  Designing emotions for activity selection in autonomous agents. (Trappl, R., Petta P., & Payr S., Ed.).Emotions in Humans and Artifacts. 115–148.
[Anonymous] (1998).  Learning in Humans and Machines. Notes of the ECML'98 Workshop Human Learning Meets Machine Learning. (Cañamero, D., & Van Someren M., Ed.).
Cañamero, L. (2006).  Did Garbo Care about the Uncanny Valley? Commentary to K.F. MacDorman and H. Ishiguro, “The uncanny advantage of using androids in cognitive and social science research”. Interaction Studies. 7(3), 355–359.
Cañamero, L. D. (2000).  Designing Emotions for Activity Selection. Dept. of Computer Science Technical Report DAIMI PB.
Cañamero, D., & Corruble V. (1999).  Situated Cognition: A Challenge to Artificial Intelligence?. (Bliss, J., Säljö R., & Light P., Ed.).Learning Sites: Social and Technological Contexts for Learning. 223–235.
Cañamero, D. (1998).  Issues in the Design of Emotional Agents. (Cañamero, D., Ed.).Emotional and Intelligent: The Tangled Knot of Cognition. Papers from the 1998 AAAI Fall Symposium. 49–54.
Cañamero, L. D. (2001).  Emotions and Adaptation in Autonomous Agents: A Design Perspective. (Cañamero, L. D., & Petta P., Ed.).Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal. 32(5), 507–529.
Cañamero, D., & Van de Velde W. (1997).  Socially Emotional: Using Emotions to Ground Social Interaction. (Dautenhahn, K., Ed.).Socially Intelligent Agents. Papers from the 1997 AAAI Fall Symposium. 10–15.
[Anonymous] (1998).  Grounding Emotions in Adaptive Systems. Papers of the workshop held during the Fifth International Conference of The Society for Adaptive Behavior (SAB'98). (Cañamero, D., Numaoka C., & Petta P., Ed.).
Cañamero, L., Avila-García O., & Hafner E. (2002).  First Experiments Relating Behavior Selection Architectures to Environmental Complexity. Proc. 2002 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2002). 3024–3029.
Cañamero, L., & Lewis M. (2016).  Making New "New AI" Friends: Designing a Social Robot for Diabetic Children from an Embodied AI Perspective. International Journal of Social Robotics. 8(4), 523–537.
Cañamero, L., & Gaussier P. (2005).  Emotion Understanding: Robots as Tools and Models. (Nadel, J., & Muir D., Ed.).Emotional Development: Recent research advances. 235–258.
[Anonymous] (2001).  Grounding Emotions in Adaptive Systems. Volume II. (Cañamero, L. D., & Petta P., Ed.).Special Issue of Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal. 32(6), 
Cañamero, D., Arcos J L., & López de Mántaras R. (1999).  Imitating Human Performances to Automatically Generate Expressive Jazz Ballads. Proc. AISB'99 Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts. 115–20.
Cañamero, D. (1997).  A Hormonal Model of Emotions for Behavior Control. VUB AI-Lab Memo.
Cañamero, L. D. (2001).  Building Emotional Artifacts in Social Worlds: Challenges and Perspectives. (Cañamero, L. D., Ed.).Emotional and Intelligent II: The Tangled Knot of Social Cognition; Papers from the 2001 AAAI Fall Symposium. 22–30.

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