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ICRA
2005
IEEE
143views Robotics» more  ICRA 2005»
10 years 4 months ago
Locomoting with Less Computation but More Morphology
– Biped walking is one of the most graceful movements observed in humans. Today’s humanoid robots, despite their undeniably impressive performance, are still a long way from th...
Kojiro Matsushita, Max Lungarella, Chandana Paul, ...
GECCO
2008
Springer
138views Optimization» more  GECCO 2008»
9 years 11 months ago
Modular neuroevolution for multilegged locomotion
Legged robots are useful in tasks such as search and rescue because they can effectively navigate on rugged terrain. However, it is difficult to design controllers for them that ...
Vinod K. Valsalam, Risto Miikkulainen
GECCO
2009
Springer
130views Optimization» more  GECCO 2009»
10 years 5 months ago
The impact of jointly evolving robot morphology and control on adaptation rate
Embodied cognition emphasizes that intelligent behavior results from the coupled dynamics between an agent’s body, brain and environment. In response to this, several projects h...
Josh C. Bongard
3DUI
2015
43views more  3DUI 2015»
4 years 6 months ago
Comparing the performance of natural, semi-natural, and non-natural locomotion techniques in virtual reality
One of the goals of much virtual reality (VR) research is to increase realism. In particular, many techniques for locomotion in VR attempt to approximate real-world walking. Howev...
Mahdi Nabiyouni, Ayshwarya Saktheeswaran, Doug A. ...
GECCO
2009
Springer
151views Optimization» more  GECCO 2009»
10 years 5 months ago
Evolution of functional specialization in a morphologically homogeneous robot
A central tenet of embodied artificial intelligence is that intelligent behavior arises out of the coupled dynamics between an agent’s body, brain and environment. It follows t...
Joshua S. Auerbach, Josh C. Bongard
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