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Cognitive Neuroscience Robotics is the first introductory book on this new interdisciplinary area. This book consists of two volumes, the first of which, Synthetic Approaches to Human Understanding, advances human understanding from a robotics or engineering point of view. The second, Analytic Approaches to Human Understanding, addresses related subjects in cognitive science and neuroscience. These two volumes are intended to complement each other in order to more comprehensively investigate human cognitive functions, to develop human-friendly information and robot technology (IRT) systems, and to understand what kind of beings we humans are. Volume A describes how human cognitive functions can be replicated in artificial systems such as robots, and investigates how artificial systems could acquire intelligent behaviors through interaction with others and their environment.
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Masashi Asaki (朝基まさし, Asaki Masashi, born 2 March 1970 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known as the artist for the series Psychometrer Eiji and Kunimitsu no Matsuri, both written by Shin Kibayashi under the name Ando Yuma, both of which have been adapted as live-action dramas.
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