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  • Ziemke, Tom.(författare)

From Animals to Animats 12 [Elektronisk resurs]12th International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, SAB 2012, Odense, Denmark, August 27-30, 2012. Proceedings /edited by Tom Ziemke, Christian Balkenius, John Hallam.

  • E-bokEngelska2012

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  • Publicerad:Berlin, Heidelberg :Publicerad:Springer Berlin Heidelberg :Publicerad:Imprint: Springer,Publicerad:2012
  • XII, 454 p. 205 illus.digital.

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  • LIBRIS-ID:13537091
  • ISBN:9783642330933
  • Ogiltigt nummer / annan version:9783642330926 (Print)
  • 10.1007/978-3-642-33093-3doi

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  • Språk:engelska

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  • Lecture Notes in Computer Science,0302-9743 ;7426

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  • Natural and Artificial Systems: Compare, Model or Engineer? -- Functional Morphologies -- An Introduction to the Analysis of Braitenberg Vehicles 2 and 3 Using Phase Plane Portrait -- Perception and Motor Control Synthesis and Adaptation of Effective Motor Synergies for the Solution of Reaching Tasks -- Gaze Allocation Analysis for a Visually Guided Manipulation Task -- Using Sensorimotor Contingencies for Terrain Discrimination and Adaptive Walking Behavior in the Quadruped Robot Puppy -- How Walking Influences the Development of Absolute Distance Perception -- Modelling Interaction in Multi-modal Affordance Processing with Neural Dynamics -- A Bio-inspired Model Reliably Predicts the Collision of Approaching Objects under Different Light Conditions -- Synthesising a Motor-Primitive Inspired Control Architecture for Redundant Compliant Robots -- Using Sensorimotor Contingencies for Prediction and Action Planning -- A Bio-inspired Control System for a Wearable Human-Machine Interface -- A Finite Element Method of Electric Image in Weakly Electric Fish -- Multimodal Integration of Visual Place Cells and Grid Cells for Navigation Tasks of a Real Robot -- Towards a Neural Hierarchy of Time Scales for Motor Control -- Modelling Walking Behaviors Based on CPGs: A Simplified Bio-inspired Architecture -- Plastic Representation of the Reachable Space for a Humanoid Robot -- Evolution Towards Behavioral Consistency in Neuroevolution -- Evolving Variants of Neuro-Control Using Constraint Masks -- The Search for Beauty: Evolution of Minimal Cognition in an Animat Controlled by a Gene Regulatory Network and Powered by a Metabolic System -- Evolving Reactive Controller for a Modular Robot: Benefits of the Property of State-Switching in Fractal Gene Regulatory Networks -- Adaptation and Genomic Evolution in EcoSim -- Degeneration of a von Neumann Self-reproducer into a Self-copier within the Avida World -- The Emergence of Pathological Constructors When Implementing the von Neumann Architecture for Self-reproduction in Tierra -- Automatic Synthesis of Controllers for Real Robots Based on Preprogrammed Behaviors -- Self-Organization of Visual Sensor Topologies Based on Spatiotemporal Cross-Correlation -- Self-organization of Spinal Reflexes Involving Homonymous, Antagonist and Synergistic Interactions -- A Computational Model of the Role of Serotonin in Reversal Learning -- Which Temporal Difference Learning Algorithm Best Reproduces Dopamine Activity in a Multi-choice Task ? -- Multi-timescale Nexting in a Reinforcement Learning Robot -- Self-organizing Developmental Reinforcement Learning -- Adaptive Learning in Continuous Environment Using Actor-Critic Design and Echo-State Networks -- Learning Adjectives and Nouns from Affordances on the iCub Humanoid Robot -- Learning and Adaptation of Sensorimotor Contingencies: Prism-Adaptation, a Case Study -- Unsupervised Learning of a Reduced Dimensional Controller for a Tendon Driven Robot Platform -- Adaptive Quadruped Locomotion: Learning to Detect and Avoid an Obstacle -- Pedro Silva, Vitor Matos, and Cristina P. Santos Attentional Action Selection Using Reinforcement Learning -- Analysing an Evolved Robotic Behaviour Using a Biological Model of Collegial Decision Making -- On the Evolution of Homogeneous Multi-robot Teams: Clonal versus Aclonal Approach -- Biologically-Inspired Deceptive Behavior for a Robot -- Automated Synthesis of Locomotion Controllers for Self-reconfigurable Modular Robots -- Towards Detecting Group Identities in Complex Artificial Societies -- Cost, Precision, and Task Structure in Aggression-Based Arbitration for Minimalist Robot Cooperation -- Examining the Information Requirements for Flocking Motion.
  • This book constitutes the proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, SAB 2012, held in Odense, Denmark, in August 2012. <br>The 22 full papers as well as 22 poster papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 66 submissions. They are organized in topical sections named: animat approach and methodology; perception and motor control; evolution; learning and adaptation, and collective and social behavior.

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  • Balkenius, Christian.(författare)
  • Hallam, John.(författare)
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  • Annan version:Printed edition:From Animals to Animats 129783642330926

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  • Lecture Notes in Computer Science,0302-9743 ;7426

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