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Evolutionary robotics : the biology, intelligence, and technology of self-organizing machines

著者: Stefano Nolfi; Dario Floreano
出版商: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2000.
丛书: Intelligent robots and autonomous agents.
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"Evolutionary robotics is a new technique for the automatic creation of autonomous robots. Inspired by the Darwinian principle of selective reproduction of the fittest, it views robots as autonomous, artificial organisms that develop their own skills in close interaction with the environment and without human intervention. Drawing heavily on biology and ethology, it uses the roots of neural networks, genetic  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Stefano Nolfi; Dario Floreano
ISBN: 0262140705 9780262140706 0262640562 9780262640565
OCLC号码: 43591135
注意: "A Bradford book."
描述: 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: The role of self-organization for the synthesis and the understanding of behavioral systems --
Evolutionary and neural techniques --
How to evolve robots --
Evolution of simple navigation --
Power and limits of reactive intelligence --
Beyond reactive intelligence --
Learning and evolution --
Competitive co-evolution --
Encoding, mapping, and development --
Complex hardware morphologies: Walking machines --
Evolvable hardware.
丛书名: Intelligent robots and autonomous agents.
责任: Stefano Nolfi and Dario Floreano.

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An overview of the basic concepts and methodologies of evolutionary robotics, which views robots as autonomous artificial organisms that develop their own skills in close interaction with the  再读一些...

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