Abstract. This paper provides a description and discussion of several experiments carried out with simulated and real agents that operated with the Multilevel Darwinist Brain cognitive mechanism including a two level memory management system. The agents interacted with real environments, including teachers, and the results show the interplay between the parameters that regulate replacement strategies in both, short term and long term memories. This type of structures allow the agents to learn autonomously, paying attention to the relevant information and to transform data into knowledge, creating subjective internal representations that can be easily reused or modified to adapt them to new situations.
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