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Simulating Artificial Organisms with Qualitative Physiology

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Simulating Artificial Organisms with Qualitative Physiology
In this paper, we describe an approach to artificial life, which uses Qualitative Reasoning for the simulation of life within a 3D virtual environment. This system uses qualitative formalisms to describe both the physiology of a virtual creature and its environment. This approach has two main advantages: the possibility of representing integrated physiological s at various levels of abstraction and the use of a common formalism for the simulation of internal (physiological) and external (environmental) processes. We illustrate this framework by revisiting early work in Artificial Life and providing these virtual life forms with a corresponding physiology, to obtain a complete living organism in virtual worlds.
Simon Hartley, Marc Cavazza, Louis Bec, Jean-Luc L
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ECAL
Authors Simon Hartley, Marc Cavazza, Louis Bec, Jean-Luc Lugrin, Sean Crooks
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