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GECCO
2010
Springer
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Evolving CPPNs to grow three-dimensional physical structures
The majority of work in the field of evolutionary robotics concerns itself with evolving control strategies for human designed or bio-mimicked robot morphologies. However, there ...
Joshua E. Auerbach, Josh C. Bongard
EH
2003
IEEE
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Researches on Ingeniously Behaving Agents
We have been studying the techniques for evolutionary robotics and experimenting with various robots applied evolutionary methods. We have paid special attentions to real robots a...
Shotaro Kamio, Hongwei Liu, Hideyuki Mitsuhasi, Hi...
CIG
2005
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Forcing Neurocontrollers to Exploit Sensory Symmetry Through Hard-wired Modularity in the Game of Cellz
Several attempts have been made in the past to construct encoding schemes that allow modularity to emerge in evolving systems, but success is limited. We believe that in order to c...
Julian Togelius, Simon M. Lucas
IWINAC
2007
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Evolving Robot Behaviour at Micro (Molecular) and Macro (Molar) Action Level
We investigate how it is possible to shape robot behaviour adopting a molecular or molar point of view. These two ways to approach the issue are inspired by Learning Psychology, wh...
Michela Ponticorvo, Orazio Miglino
GECCO
2007
Springer
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A biologically inspired solution for an evolved simulated agent
Biologically inspired designs can improve the design of artificial agents. In this paper we explain and explore the role of directional light sensors from an Evolutionary Robotic...
Edgar Bermudez Contreras
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