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  • Gruau Frédéric (Sage Publications, 1994-09-01)
    This article illustrates an artificial developmental system that is a computationally efficient technique for the automatic generation of complex artificial neural networks (ANNs). The artificial developmental system ...
  • Arkin Ronald C. (Sage Publications, 1992-09-01)
    Behavior-based robotic systems have been successfully deployed for a wide range of planar ground-based tasks. This article describes how reactive (behavior-based) systems can be applied to new and more difficult target domains. ...
  • Szepesvári Csaba; Lórincz Andràs (Sage Publications, 1993-09-01)
    A brain model-based alternative to reinforcement learning is presented that integrates artificial neural networks and knowledge-based systems into one unit or agent for goal-oriented problem solving. The agent may possess ...
  • Fetzer James H. (Sage Publications, 1996)
    Darwin Machines and the Nature of Knowledge, by Henry Plotkin. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1994. xviii + 269 pages, $27.95 hardcover. ISBN 0-674-19280-X.
  • Wyeth Gordon; Browning Brett (Sage Publications, 1998-01-01)
    Complete physically embodied agents present a powerful medium for the investigation of cognitive models for spatial navigation. This article presents a maze-solving robot, called a micromouse, that parallels many of the ...
  • Kube C. Ronald; Hong Zhang (Sage Publications, 1993-09-01)
    Achieving tasks with multiple robots will require a control system that is both simple and scalable as the number of robots increases. Collective behavior as demonstrated by social insects is a form of decentralized control ...
  • Bonabeau Eric (Sage Publications, 1996)
    The aim of this comment is to highlight the clear correspondence between some existing experimental data on cooperative foraging in ants, where it is known that mass recruitment is less flexible than combinations of group ...
  • Wee Kheng Leow (Sage Publications, 1998-01-01)
    Research on exploratory and searching behavior of animals and robots has attracted an increasing amount of interest recently. Existing works have focused mostly on exploratory behavior guided by vision and audition. Research ...
  • Fletcher Jeffrey A.; Bedau Mark A.; Zwick Martin (Sage Publications, 1996)
    This article concerns the relationship between the detectable and useful structure in an environment and the degree to which a population can adapt to that environment. We explore the hypothesis that adaptability will ...
  • Matarić Maja J. (Sage Publications, 1996)
    This article proposes the concept of basis behaviors as ubiquitous general building blocks for synthesizing artificial group behavior in multiagent systems and for analyzing group behavior in nature. We demonstrate the ...
  • Belew Richard K. (Sage Publications, 1996)
  • Steels Luc (Sage Publications, 1996)
    This article reports on an experiment that tests whether a particular representation of robotic control processes is adequate for capturing significant variations in robot behavior. These variations can then be explored by ...
  • Duchon Andrew P.; Kaelbling Leslie Pack; Warren William H. (Sage Publications, 1998-01-01)
    There are striking parallels between ecological psychology and the new trends in robotics and computer vision, particularly regarding how agents interact with the environment. We present some ideas from ecological psychology, ...
  • Roitblat Herbert L. (Sage Publications, 1997-06-01)
  • Booker Lashon B. (Sage Publications, 1994-06-01)
  • Beer Randall D. (Sage Publications, 1993-06-01)
  • Deneubourg Jean-Louis; Deneubourg Jean-Louis (Sage Publications, 1996)
  • Meyer Jean-Arcady (Sage Publications, 1992-06-01)
  • Jing Peng; Williams Ronald J. (Sage Publications, 1993-03-01)
    Sutton's Dyna framework provides a novel and computationally appealing way to integrate learning, planning, and reacting in autonomous agents. Examined here is a class of strategies designed to enhance the learning and ...