Издательство SAGE Publications по журналам "Adaptive Behavior"
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(Sage Publications, 19920901)A topic of interdisciplinary research in neurobiology and neuroinformatics concerns visual pattern recognition by neuronal networks. Drawing on quantitative studies of visual releasers of prey catching in toads, it can ...

(Sage Publications, 1996)This article examines some of the methods used by animals and humans to adapt their environment. Because there are limits on the number of different tasks a creature can be designed to do well in, creatures with the capacity ...

(Sage Publications, 1996)Many animals find distant unseen resources by guiding their locomotion through fluid media, using olfactory information acquired from plumes of odorant molecules issuing from the resource of interest. This behavior occurs in ...

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(Sage Publications, 19930601)Different animals employ different strategies for sampling sensory data. In animals that can see, differences in sampling strategy manifest themselves as differences in field of view and in spatially variant sampling ...

(Sage Publications, 19940901)In a recent article, Wilson (1994) described a "zerothlevel" classifier system (ZCS). ZCS employs a reinforcement learning technique comparable to Qlearning (Watkins, 1989). This article presents results from the ...

(Sage Publications, 19980101)O'Keefe and Nadel (1978) distinguish two paradigms for navigation, the "locale system" for mapbased navigation and the "taxon (behavioral orientation) system" for route navigation. This article models the taxon system, ...

(Sage Publications, 19930101)A computational model of nervous system function during classical and instrumental conditioning is proposed. The model assumes the form of a hierarchical network of control systems. Each control system is capable of learning ...

(Sage Publications, 19930101)An associative control process (ACP) network is a learning control system that can reproduce a variety of animal learning results from classical and instrumental conditioning experiments (Klopf, Morgan, & Weaver, 1993; ...

(Sage Publications, 19920601)Observations of behavior and neural activity in premotor cortex of monkeys learning to pair an arbitrary visual stimulus with one of a set of previously learned behaviors are modeled with a network comprising a large number ...

(Sage Publications, 19970601)One of the fundamental abilities required in autonomous agents is homing. Natural agents—for instance, desert ants—solve the homing problem mainly by using path integration within an egocentric frame of reference. ...

(Sage Publications, 19940601)This article describes a neuroethological model of learning and motivation that accounts for many of the behavioral phenomena observed in animals. Unusual predictions from the model have been tested and shown to be ...

(Sage Publications, 19930901)It has been demonstrated that shortterm habituation may be caused by a decrease in release of presynaptic neurotransmitters and longterm habituation seems to be caused by morphological changes of presynaptic terminals. ...

(Sage Publications, 19940301)Maes has proposed a mechanism for action selection (behavioral choice) (Maes, 1989, 1990, 1991 a), which is reviewed here and is evaluated using a simulated environment. This simulated environment is a detailed and complex ...

(Sage Publications, 19970901)This article presents a theoretical criticism of current approaches to the study of the evolution of communication. In particular, two very common preconceptions about the subject are analyzed: the role of natural selection ...

(Sage Publications, 1997)We present a novel evolutionary approach to robotic control of a real robot based on genetic programming (GP). Our approach uses GP techniques that manipulate machine code to evolve control programs for robots. This variant ...

(Sage Publications, 1997)This article describes a novel method of achieving load balancing in telecommunications networks. A simulated network models a typical distribution of calls between nodes; nodes carrying an excess of traffic can become ...

(Sage Publications, 1997)We present an approach to support effective learning and adaptation of behaviors for autonomous agents with reinforcement learning algorithms. These methods can identify control systems that optimize a reinforcement program, ...

(Sage Publications, 19970601)A new neuronal model of classical conditioning is proposed. The model, called the delayproducing connections (or DPC) model, is an extension of Klopf's (1988) drivereinforcement model and Sutton and Barto's (1981) model. ...
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