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ECAL
2007
Springer
11 years 10 months ago
Exogenous Fault Detection in a Collective Robotic Task
In robotics, exogenous fault detection is the process through which one robot detects faults that occur in other, physically separate robots. In this paper, we study exogenous faul...
Anders Lyhne Christensen, Rehan O'Grady, Mauro Bir...
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 21 hour ago
Evolution of Neural Networks for Active Control of Tethered Airfoils
Recent development in tethered airfoil i.e. kite technology allows the possibility of exploitation of wind energy at higher altitudes than achievable with traditional wind turbines...
Allister Furey, Inman Harvey
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
Modelling the Effects of Colony Age on the Foraging Behaviour of Harvester Ants
Abstract. The colonies of certain species of ants, for example Pogonomyrmex barbatus, exhibit changes in behaviour as the colonies grow older, despite nearly all of the individual ...
Tom Diethe, Peter J. Bentley
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
An Analysis of the Effects of Lifetime Learning on Population Fitness and Diversity in an NK Fitness Landscape
This paper examines the effects of lifetime learning on the diversity and fitness of a population. Our experiments measure the phenotypic diversity of populations evolving by purel...
Dara Curran, Colm O'Riordan, Humphrey Sorensen
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
Constructing the Basic Umwelt of Artificial Agents: An Information-Theoretic Approach
Abstract. In the context of situated and embodied cognition, we evaluate an information-theoretic approach to the construction of the Umwelt of an artificial agent. We make the ass...
Philippe Capdepuy, Daniel Polani, Chrystopher L. N...
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
Synthesizing Physically-Realistic Environmental Models from Robot Exploration
Abstract. In previous work [4] a framework was demonstrated that allows an autonomous robot to automatically synthesize physically-realistic models of its own body. Here it is demo...
Josh C. Bongard
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
Evolution of an Adaptive Sleep Response in Digital Organisms
Adaptive responses to resource availability are common in natural systems. In this paper we explore one possible evolutionary cause of adaptive sleep/wake behavior. We subjected po...
Benjamin E. Beckmann, Philip K. McKinley, Charles ...
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
From the Outside-In: Embodied Attention in Toddlers
Abstract. An important goal in cognitive development research is an understanding of the real-world physical and social environment in which learning takes place. However, the rele...
Linda B. Smith, Chen Yu, Alfredo F. Pereira
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
Energy Flows and Maximum Power on an Evolutionary Ecological Network Model
Energy flows in ecological systems which are determined by the structure of the ecological network influence the evolution of the network itself. The total system energy throughflo...
Jiang Zhang
ECAL
2007
Springer
12 years 22 hour ago
How Does Niche Construction Reverse the Baldwin Effect?
Deacon [1] considers that the reverse Baldwin effect can be one of the major forces in language evolution. The reverse Baldwin effect is essentially a redistributional process of g...
Hajime Yamauchi
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