Some of my publications (under construction)

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Book Chapter
Cañamero, L. (2008).  Animating Affective Robots for Social Interaction. (Cañamero, L., & Aylett R., Ed.).Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interaction. 103–121.
Blanchard, A. J., & Cañamero L. (2007).  Anticipating Rewards in Continuous Time and Space: A Case Study in Developmental Robotics. (Butz, M. V., Sigaud O., Pezzulo G., & Baldassarre G., Ed.).Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning Systems: From Brains to Individual and Social Behavior. 4520, 267–284.
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.
Cañamero, L., Gaussier P., Hasson C., & Hiolle A. (2010).  Emotion et cognition: les robots comme outils et modèles. (Pelachaud, C., Ed.).Systèmes d'interaction émotionnelle.
Malatesta, L., Murray J. C., Raouzaiou A., Hiolle A., Cañamero L., & Karpouzis K. (2009).  Emotion Modelling and Facial Affect Recognition in Human-Computer and Human-Robot Interaction. (Chacon-M., M. I., Ed.).Affective Computing, Emotion Modelling, Synthesis and Recognition.
Cañamero, L., & Gaussier P. (2005).  Emotion Understanding: Robots as Tools and Models. (Nadel, J., & Muir D., Ed.).Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances. 235–258.
Cañamero, D., & Van de Velde W. (2000).  Emotionally Grounded Social Interaction. (Dautenhahn, K., Ed.).Human Cognition and Social Agent Technology. 137–162.
Cañamero, D. (1999).  Emotions pour les agents situés. (Drogoul, A., & Meyer J-A., Ed.).Intelligence Artificielle Située.
Cortés, U., Annicchiarico R., Vázquez-Salceda J., Urdiales C., Cañamero L., López M., et al. (2003).  e-Tools: The use of Assistive Technologies to enhance disabled and senior citizens’ autonomy. (Rudomín, I., Vázquez-Salceda J., & Díaz de León Santiago J. L., Ed.).e-Health: Application of Computing Science in Medicine and Health Care. 119–132.
Cañamero, L. D. (2002).  Playing the emotion game with Feelix: What can a LEGO robot tell us about emotion?. (Dautenhahn, K., Bond A. H., Cañamero L., & Edmonds B., Ed.).Socially Intelligent Agents: Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots. 69–76.
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.
de Boer, B., & Cañamero D. (1999).  Situated Learning in Autonomous Agents. (Bliss, J., Säljö R., & Light P., Ed.).Learning Sites: Social and Technological Contexts for Learning. 236–248.
Dautenhahn, K., Bond A. H., Cañamero L., & Edmonds B. (2002).  Socially Intelligent Agents: Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots. (Dautenhahn, K., Bond A. H., Cañamero L., & Edmonds B., Ed.).Socially Intelligent Agents: Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots. 1–20.
Conference Paper
Oros, N., Steuber V., Davey N., Cañamero L., & Adams R. G. (2008).  Adaptive Olfactory Encoding in Agents Controlled by Spiking Neural Networks. (Asada, M., Hallam J. C. T., Meyer J-A., & Tani J., Ed.).From Animals to Animats 10: Proc. 10th International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB 2008). 5040, 148–158.
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.
Lewis, M., & Cañamero L. (2014).  An Affective Autonomous Robot Toddler to Support the Development of Self-Efficacy in Diabetic Children. Proc. 23rd Annual IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2014). 359–364.PDF icon Lewis,_Canamero,_Autonomous_Robot_Toddler_Diabetic_Children,_ROMAN_2014_ACCEPTED.pdf (216 KB)
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.
Lewis, M., & Cañamero L. (2013).  Are Discrete Emotions Useful in Human-Robot Interaction?: Feedback from Motion Capture Analysis. Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII) 2013. 97–102.
Hiolle, A., Bard K. A., & Cañamero L. (2009).  Assessing Human Responses to Different Robot Attachment Profiles. Proc. 18th Annual IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2009). 251–256.
Parussel, K., & Cañamero L. (2007).  Biasing Neural Networks Towards Exploration or Exploitation Using Neuromodulation. (de Sá, J. Marques, Alexandre L. A., Duch W., & Mandic D., Ed.).Proc. 17th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 2007), Part II. 4669, 889–898.
Cañamero, L., & Avila-García O. (2007).  A Bottom-Up Investigation of Emotional Modulation in Competitive Scenarios. (Paiva, A. C. R., Prada R., & Picard R. W., Ed.).Proc. Second International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2007). 4738, 398–409.
Cañamero, L. (2014).  Bridging the Gap between HRI and Neuroscience in Emotion Research: Robots as Models. Proc. 9th ACM/IEEE HRI Workshop on HRI: A Bridge between Robotics and Neuroscience.
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.
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.
Nalin, M., Baroni I., Kruijff-Korbayová I., Cañamero L., Lewis M., Beck A., et al. (2012).  Children's Adaptation in Multi-session Interaction with a Humanoid Robot. 2012 IEEE RO-MAN: The 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication. 351–357.
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. (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.
Hiolle, A., & Cañamero L. (2008).  Conscientious Caretaking for Autonomous Robots: An Arousal-Based Model of Exploratory Behavior. (Schlesinger, M., Berthouze L., & Balkenius C., Ed.).Proc. 8th International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems (EpiRob 2008). 139, 45–52.
Damiano, L., & Cañamero L. (2010).  Constructing Emotions: Epistemological Groundings and Applications in Robotics for a Synthetic Approach to Emotions. (Chappell, J., Thorpe S., Hawes N., & Sloman A., Ed.).International Symposium on AI-Inspired Biology. 20–28.
Lowe, R., Nehaniv C. L., Polani D., & Cañamero L. (2005).  The Degree of Potential Damage in Agonistic Contests and its Effects on Social Aggression, Territoriality and Display Evolution. Proc. 2005 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC 2005). 351–358.
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. (2006).  Developing Affect-Modulated Behaviors: Stability, Exploration, Exploitation or Imitation?. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics. 128, 17–24.
Murray, J. C., & Cañamero L. (2009).  Developing Preferential Attention to a Speaker: A Robot Learning to Recognise its Carer. Proc. 2009 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life (ALIFE 2009). 77–84.
Hiolle, A., & Cañamero L. (2007).  Developing Sensorimotor Associations Through Attachment Bonds. (Berthouze, L., Prince C. G., Littman M., Kozima H., & Balkenius C., Ed.).Proc. 7th International Conference on Epigenetic Robotics (EpiRob 2007). 134, 45–52.
Cos-Aguilera, I., Cañamero L., Hayes G. M., & Gillies A. (2005).  Ecological Integration of Affordances and Drives for Behaviour Selection. (Bryson, J. J., Prescott T. J., & Seth A. K., Ed.).Proc. IJCAI 2005 Workshop on Modeling Natural Action Selection. 225–228.
Lewis, M., Oleari E., Pozzi C., & Cañamero L. (2015).  An Embodied AI Approach to Individual Differences: Supporting Self-Efficacy in Diabetic Children with an Autonomous Robot. (Tapus, A., André E., Martin J-C., Ferland F., & Ammi M., Ed.).Proc. 7th International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR-2015). 401–410.
O'Bryne, C., & Cañamero L. (2010).  Emotion in Decisions of Life and Death – Its Role in Brain-Body-Environment Interactions for Predator and Prey. (Fellermann, H., Dörr M., Hanczy M. M., Laursen L. Ladegaard, Maurer S., Merkle D., et al., Ed.).Artificial Life XII: Proc. of the 12th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. 812–822.
Lones, J., Cañamero L., & Lewis M. (2013).  Epigenetic Adaptation in Action Selection Environments with Temporal Dynamics. Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013. 505–512.
Lones, J., & Cañamero L. (2013).  Epigenetic Adaptation through Hormone Modulation in Autonomous Robots. 2013 IEEE 3rd Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics. 1–6.
Lowe, R., Cañamero L., Nehaniv C. L., & Polani D. (2004).  The Evolution of Affect-Related Displays, Recognition and Related Strategies. (Pollack, J., Bedau M. A., Husbands P., Ikegami T., & Watson R. A., Ed.).ALIFE IX: Proceeding of the 9th international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems. 176–181.
Oros, N., Steuber V., Davey N., Cañamero L., & Adams R. G. (2009).  Evolution of Bilateral Symmetry in Agents Controlled by Spiking Neural Networks. Proc. 2009 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life (ALIFE 2009). 116–123.
Oros, N., Steuber V., Davey N., Cañamero L., & Adams R. G. (2010).  Evolution of Bistable Dynamics in Spiking Neural Controllers for Agents Performing Olfactory Attraction and Aversion. Proc. 19th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS*2010). 11(Suppl 1), 92.
Pichler, P-P., & Cañamero L. (2007).  An Evolving Ecosystems Approach to Generating Complex Agent Behaviour. Proc. IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life 2007, ALIFE'07. 303–310.
Pichler, P-P., & Cañamero L. (2008).  Evolving Morphological and Behavioral Diversity Without Predefined Behavior Primitives. (Bullock, S., Noble J., Watson R. A., & Bedau M. A., Ed.).Artificial Life XI: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems. 474–481.
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.
Giménez, E., & Cañamero D. (1999).  First Proposal for an Agent Architecture for Team and Multiple Task Coordination: A Case Study in Robotic Soccer. Proc. 2nd Catalan Conference on Artificial Intelligence (CCIA'99).
Hickton, L., Lewis M., & Cañamero L. (2017).  A Flexible Component-Based Robot Control Architecture for Hormonal Modulation of Behaviour and Affect. (Gao, Y., Fallah S., Jin Y., & Lekakou C., Ed.).Proc. Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems 18th Annual Conference, TAROS 2017. 10454, 464–474.