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2007
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Coevolution of intelligent agents using cartesian genetic programming

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Coevolution of intelligent agents using cartesian genetic programming
A coevolutionary competitive learning environment for two antagonistic agents is presented. The agents are controlled by a new kind of computational network based on a compartmentalised model of neurons. The genetic basis of neurons is an important [27] and neglected aspect of previous approaches. Accordingly, we have defined a collection of chromosomes representing various aspects of the neuron: soma, dendrites and axon branches, and synaptic connections. Chromosomes are represented and evolved using a form of genetic programming (GP) known as Cartesian GP. The network formed by running the chromosomal programs, has a highly dynamic morphology in which neurons grow, and die, and neurite branches together with synaptic connections form and change in response to environmental interactions. The idea of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of the genetic transfer of learned experience and life time learning. The learning is a consequence of the complex dynamics produced as a resu...
Gul Muhammad Khan, Julian Francis Miller, David M.
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GECCO
Authors Gul Muhammad Khan, Julian Francis Miller, David M. Halliday
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