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Advances in artificial life : 8th European conference, ECAL 2005, Canterbury, UK, September 5-9, 2005 : proceedings /
Mathieu S. Capcarrere ... [et al.] (eds.).
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Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2005.
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xix, 949 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3540288481 (alk. paper)
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Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2005.
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3540288481 (alk. paper)
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9783540288480
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Conceptual track -- Morphogenesis and development -- Robotics and autonomous agents -- Evolutionary computation and theory -- Cellular automata -- Models of biological systems and their applications -- Ant colony and swarm systems -- Evolution of communication -- Simulation of social interactions -- Self-replication -- Artificial chemistry -- Posters.
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5865615
 
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Artificial Life, ECAL 2005, held in Canterbury, UK in September 2005. The 74 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 150 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on conceptual articles, morphogenesis and development, robotics and autonomous agents, evolutionary computation and theory, cellular automata, models of biological systems and their applications, ant colony and swarm systems, evolution of communication, simulation of social interactions, self-replication, artificial chemistry, and posters.
Main Description
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Artificial Life, ECAL 2005, held in Canterbury, UK in September 2005.The 74 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 150 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on conceptual articles, morphogenesis and development, robotics and autonomous agents, evolutionary computation and theory, cellular automata, models of biological systems and their applications, ant colony and swarm systems, evolution of communication, simulation of social interactions, self-replication, artificial chemistry, and posters.
Table of Contents
Effect of synthetic emotions on agents' learning speed and their survivabilityp. 1
From the inside looking out : self extinguishing perceptual cues and the constructed worlds of animatsp. 11
Globular universe and autopoietic automata : a framework for artificial lifep. 21
May embodiment cause hyper-computation?p. 31
Perception as a dynamical sensori-motor attraction basinp. 37
Toward genuine continuity of life and mindp. 47
Biological development of cell patterns : characterizing the space of cell chemistry genetic regulatory networksp. 57
A coarse-coding framework for a gene-regulatory-based artificial neural tissuep. 67
A computational model of cellular morphogenesis in plantsp. 78
A developmental model for generative mediap. 88
Evolutionary simulations of maternal effects in artificial developmental systemsp. 98
METAMorph : experimenting with genetic regulatory networks for artificial developmentp. 108
Morphological plasticity : environmentally driven morphogenesisp. 118
A self-organising, self-adaptable cellular systemp. 128
Self-repair ability of a toroidal and non-toroidal cellular developmental modelp. 138
Simulating evolution with a computational model of embryogeny : obtaining robustness from evolved individualsp. 149
Topology changes enable reaction-diffusion to generate formsp. 159
Aggregation behaviour as a source of collective decision in a group of cockroach-like-robotsp. 169
(Co)evolution of (de)centralized neural control for a gravitationally driven machinep. 179
Co-evolution of structures and controllers for neubot underwater modular robotsp. 189
Coevolutionary incremental modelling of robotic cognitive mechanismsp. 200
A dynamical systems approach to learning : a frequency-adaptive hopper robotp. 210
An evolved agent performing efficient path integration based homing and searchp. 221
Evolving neural mechanisms for an iterated discrimination task : a robot based modelp. 231
Hysteresis and the limits of homeostasis : from daisyworld to phototaxisp. 241
Is an embodied system ever purely reactive?p. 252
t for two : linear synergy advances the evolution of directional pointing behaviourp. 262
Self-assembly on demand in a group of physical autonomous mobile robots navigating rough terrainp. 272
Superlinear physical performances in a SWARM-BOTp. 282
Timescale and stability in adaptive behaviourp. 292
Whisker-based texture discrimination on a mobile robotp. 302
Analysing the evolvability of neural network agents through structural mutationsp. 312
Coevolutionary species adaptation genetic algorithms : a continuing SAGA on coupled fitness landscapesp. 322
Evolution and the regulation of environmental variablesp. 332
Evolutionary transitions as a metaphor for evolutionary optimisationp. 342
Genetic assimilation and canalisation in the Baldwin effectp. 353
How do evolved digital logic circuits generalise successfully?p. 363
How niche construction can guide coevolutionp. 373
Measuring diversity in populations employing cultural learning in dynamic environmentsp. 383
On a quantitative measure for modularity based on information theoryp. 393
On the mean convergence time of multi-parent genetic algorithms without selectionp. 403
The quantitative law of effect is a robust emergent property of an evolutionary algorithm for reinforcement learningp. 413
Self-adaptation of genome size in artificial organismsp. 423
An architecture for modelling emergence in CA-like systemsp. 433
The density classification problem for multi-states cellular automatap. 443
Evolving cellular automata by 1/f noisep. 453
Evolving sequential combinations of elementary cellular automata rulesp. 461
Penrose life : ash and oscillatorsp. 471
Playing a 3D game of life in an interactive virtual sandboxp. 481
Using dynamic behavior prediction to guide an evolutionary search for designing two-dimensional cellular automatap. 491
CelloS : a multi-level approach to evolutionary dynamicsp. 500
A cytokine formal immune networkp. 510
Examining refuge location mechanisms in intertidal snails using artificial life simulation techniquesp. 520
A method for designing ant colony models and two examples of its applicationp. 530
Simulating artificial organisms with qualitative physiologyp. 540
Slime mould and the transition to multicellularity : the role of the macrocyst stagep. 551
Ant clustering embeded in cellular automatap. 562
Ant-based computingp. 572
Collective behavior analysis of a class of social foraging swarmsp. 584
Evolving annular sorting in ant-like agentsp. 594
Flocking control of multiple interactive dynamical agents with switching topology via local feedbackp. 604
Cultural and biological evolution of phonemic speechp. 614
Grammar structure and the dynamics of language evolutionp. 624
Interactions between learning and evolution in simulated avian communicationp. 634
Perceptually grounded lexicon formation using inconsistent knowledgep. 644
Artificial life meets anthropology : a case of aggression in primitive societiesp. 655
Emergence of structure and stability in the prisoner's dilemma on networksp. 665
Multi-agent-based simulation for formation of institutions on socially constructed factsp. 675
Extensions and variations on construction of autoreplicators in typogeneticsp. 685
The good symbiontp. 695
Self-description for construction and execution in graph rewriting automatap. 705
Artificial metabolic system : an evolutionary model for community organization in metabolic networksp. 716
Explicit collision simulation of chemical reactions in a graph based artificial chemistryp. 725
Self-replication and evolution of DNA crystalsp. 734
All else being equal be empoweredp. 744
Artificial homeostatic system : a novel approachp. 754
Artificial life for natural language processingp. 765
A co-evolutionary epidemiological model for artificial life and deathp. 775
Coevolution of effective observers and observed multi-agents systemp. 785
Comparative reproduction schemes for evolving gathering collectivesp. 795
Construction-based and inspection-based universal self-replicationp. 805
Coordinating dual-mode biomimetic robotic fish in box-pushing taskp. 815
Effects of spatial growth on gene expression dynamics and on regulatory network reconstructionp. 825
Evolution of song communication in a 2D spacep. 835
A fitness-landscape for the evolution of uptake signal sequences on bacterial DNAp. 845
The genetic coding style of digital organismsp. 854
Growing biochemical networks : identifying the intrinsic propertiesp. 864
Multi-population cooperative particle swarm optimizationp. 874
On convergence of dynamic cluster formation in multi-agent networksp. 884
On the unit of selection in sexual populationsp. 895
Periodic motion control by modulating CPG parameters based on time-series recognitionp. 906
Self-organized criticality on growing scale-free networksp. 916
Synapsing variable length crossover : an algorithm for crossing and comparing variable length genomesp. 926
Valency for adaptive homeostatic agents : relating evolution and learningp. 936
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