Co-evolving predator and prey robots: Do `arms races' arise in artificial evolution? (1998)

by Stefano Nolfi , Dario Floreano
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2 Evolutionary robotics in behavior engineering and artificial life – Dario Floreano - 1998
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61 Ideal Evaluation from Coevolution – Edwin D. De Jong, Jordan B. Pollack - 2004
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149 Competitive Coevolution through Evolutionary Complexification – Kenneth O. Stanley, Risto Miikkulainen - 2002
47 Efficient Evolution of Neural Networks through Complexification – Kenneth O. Stanley - 2004
54 God save the red queen! Competition in co-evolutionary robotics – Dario Floreano, Stefano Nolfi - 1997
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4 Co-Evolving Task-Dependent Visual Morphologies in Predator-Prey Experiments – Gunnar Buason, Tom Ziemke