Category: Spatial Cognitive Computing

Brain-inspired dynamic path replanning in autonomous navigation for robotic swarms

What do animal brains have in common with a swarm of robots? 

In an effort to improve robotic swarming algorithms, an interdisciplinary team of scientists will study how the brain allows an animal to navigate and change its route while …

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【Latest Papers】Cognitive Navigation by Neuro-Inspired Localization, Mapping and Episodic Memory

Abstract One of the important topics in the study of robotic cognition is to enable robot to perceive, plan and react to situations in a real-world environment. We present a novel angle on this subject, by integrating active navigation with …

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Nature Neuroscience Nov. 2017 Issue: Focus on Spatial Cognition

From Nature Neuroscience  Oct. 31 2017

Navigation is the ability to estimate one’s own position and to track and plan one’s own path in physical space, be it on land, on sea, in the air or even in space. …

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HD Maps: New age maps powering autonomous vehicles

From GeospatialWorld  by   Harsha Vardhan   September 22, 2017

High Definition Maps or HD Maps are the new generation maps that are powering machines and self-driving cars & autonomous cars. Read this article to understand everything about HD Maps. Full credit for

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The Brain as a Multi-layered Map Scales and Reference Points for Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging


Margarita Zaleshina, Alexander Zaleshin

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia

(Zaleshina, terbiosorg)


The paper provides an overview of brain mapping in neuroscience and describe the application of spatial data processing techniques to represent the brain as …

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Cognitive and Contextual Enterprise Mobile Computing

Cognitive and Contextual Enterprise Mobile Computing


Gabi Zodik

MobileFirst Global Research Leader

IBM Research

Haifa, Israel


The second wave of change presented by the age of mobility, wearables, and IoT focuses on how organizations and enterprises, from …

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Cognitive Engineering for Geographic Information Science


Martin Raubal, University of California, Santa Barbara


Abstract—Geographic information science provides the foundation for the development of geospatial tools and services that support people in their spatio-temporal decision-making. In order to offer useful and useable solutions, principles

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