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CEC
2009
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
Evolving morphology and control: A distributed approach
—In this paper we present a model which allows to co-evolve the morphology and the control system of realistically simulated robots (creatures). The method proposed is based on a...
Mariagiovanna Mazzapioda, Angelo Cangelosi, Stefan...
GECCO
2007
Springer
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10 years 7 months ago
Evolving virtual creatures revisited
Thirteen years have passed since Karl Sims published his work on evolving virtual creatures. Since then, several novel approaches to neural network evolution and genetic algorithm...
Peter Krcah
ALIFE
2010
10 years 13 days ago
The Utility of Evolving Simulated Robot Morphology Increases with Task Complexity for Object Manipulation
Embodied artificial intelligence argues that the body and brain play equally important roles in the generation of adaptive behavior. An increasingly common approach therefore is to...
Josh Bongard
CONNECTION
2004
117views more  CONNECTION 2004»
10 years 1 months ago
Structure and function of evolved neuro-controllers for autonomous robots
The Artificial Life approach to Evolutionary Robotics is used as a fundamental framework for the development of a modular neural control of autonomous mobile robots. The applied e...
Martin Hülse, Steffen Wischmann, Frank Pasema...
GECCO
2009
Springer
122views Optimization» more  GECCO 2009»
10 years 8 months ago
Evolving symmetric and modular neural networks for distributed control
Problems such as the design of distributed controllers are characterized by modularity and symmetry. However, the symmetries useful for solving them are often difficult to determ...
Vinod K. Valsalam, Risto Miikkulainen
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