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Thinking Adaptive: Towards a Behaviours Virtual

By Carlos Gershenson, Pedro Pablo Gonzalez Perez and Jose Negrete Martinez

Abstract

In this paper we name some of the advantages of virtual laboratories; and propose that a Behaviours Virtual Laboratory should be useful for both biologists and AI researchers, offering a new perspective for understanding adaptive behaviour. We present our development of a Behaviours Virtual Laboratory, which at this stage is focused in action selection, and show some experiments to illustrate the properties of our proposal, which can be accessed via Internet

Topics: Robotics
Publisher: ISAB
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:1478
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