here are some guidelines regarding the homework reading assignment for next class (April 4). They are intended to make life easier for you.
- Make sure you read [Brooks 1991] (”Intelligence Without Representation”). There may be other articles by Rodney Brooks in the reader, so make sure read the correct one.
- Make sure you read pages 1-19 of Braitenberg’s “Vehicles: Experiments in Synthetic Psychology”
- Get an idea of what Heider and Simmel’s article is about (”An Experimental Study of Apparent Behavior”), and what its relevance is. If you can find a concise description/summary of what it is about, then that is fine and you can skip the article. Hint: perhaps one of you can read it and share a summary.
- Read the articles by Nareyek (2004) and Kusahara (2001) last, and only if you are interested in them. I won’t include them in the homework test.