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ECAL
2003
Springer
11 years 10 months ago
Evolving Fractal Gene Regulatory Networks for Robot Control
Fractal proteins are a new evolvable method of mapping genotype to phenotype through a developmental process, where genes are expressed into proteins comprised of subsets of the Ma...
Peter J. Bentley
SAB
2010
Springer
147views Optimization» more  SAB 2010»
11 years 4 months ago
Fractal Gene Regulatory Networks for Robust Locomotion Control of Modular Robots
Designing controllers for modular robots is difficult due to the distributed and dynamic nature of the robots. In this paper fractal gene regulatory networks are evolved to control...
Payam Zahadat, David Johan Christensen, Ulrik Pagh...
ICES
2003
Springer
114views Hardware» more  ICES 2003»
11 years 10 months ago
Evolving Fractal Proteins
The fractal protein is a new concept for improving evolvability, scalability, exploitability and providing a rich medium for evolution. Here the idea of fractal proteins is introdu...
Peter J. Bentley
BERTINORO
2005
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
Evolving Fractal Gene Regulatory Networks for Graceful Degradation of Software
Fractal proteins are an evolvable method of mapping genotype to phenotype through a developmental process, where genes are expressed into proteins comprised of subsets of the Mande...
Peter J. Bentley
ICES
2010
Springer
128views Hardware» more  ICES 2010»
11 years 3 months ago
Evolution and Analysis of a Robot Controller Based on a Gene Regulatory Network
Abstract. This paper explores the application of an artificial developmental system (ADS) to the field of evolutionary robotics by investigating the capability of a gene regulatory...
Martin Trefzer, Tüze Kuyucu, Julian F. Miller...
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