Journal Publications

M. Khamassi, G. Velentzas, T. Tsitsimis, C. Tzafestas (2018). “Robot Fast Adaptation to Changes in Human Engagement During Simulated Dynamic Social Interaction With Active Exploration in Parameterized Reinforcement Learning”, IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems 10 (4), 881-893, pdf

G. Velentzas, T. Tsitsimis, I. Rañó, C. Tzafestas, M. Khamassi (2018). “Adaptive reinforcement learning with active state-specific exploration for engagement maximization during simulated child-robot interaction”,  Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics 9 (1), 235-253, pdf

Conference and Workshop Publications

M. Khamassi, G. Chalvatzaki, T. Tsitsimis, G. Velentzas, C. Tzafestas (2018). “A framework for robot learning during child-robot interaction with human engagement as reward signal”, 27th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN). 27-31 August 2018. Nanjing, China. pdf

G. Velentzas, M. Khamassi, C. Tzafestas (2017). “Bio-inspired meta-learning for non-stationary multi-armed bandit tasks”, Intelligent Systems Conference 2017. 7-8 September 2017. London, UK. pdf

M. Khamassi, G. Velentzas, T. Tsitsimis, C. Tzafestas (2017). “Active exploration and parameterized reinforcement learning applied to a simulated human-robot interaction task”. IEEE Robotic Computing 2017. 10-12 April 2017. Taichung, Taiwan. pdf

G. Velentzas, M. Khamassi, C. Tzafestas (2017). “Bridging Computational Neuroscience and Machine Learning on Non-Stationary Multi-Armed Bandits”. 3rd Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making 2017. 11-14 June 2017. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. pdf

T. Tsitsimis, G. Velentzas, M. Khamassi, C. Tzafestas (2017). “Online adaptation to human engagement perturbations in simulated human-robot interaction using hybrid reinforcement learning”. EUSIPCO 2017-MultiLearn Workshop. 28 August – 2 September 2017. Kos, Greece. pdf

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