Adaptive Behavior


Cynde Reid Gustafson wrote:
From: "Cynde Reid Gustafson" <>
Subject: Adaptive Behavior
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 22:11:46 -0400

Adaptive Behavior
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Adaptive Behavior provides the first international forum for research on
adaptive behavior in animals and autonomous, artificial systems. Offering
ethologists, psychologists, computer scientists, and robotic scientists the
chance to compare insights, it features mechanisms, organizational
principles, and architectures that can be expressed in computational,
physical, or mathematical models. Articles, reviews, and short
communications address topics like perception and motor control, motivation
and emotion, action selection and behavioral sequences, and characterization
of environments.

"The new multidisciplinary journal, Adaptive Behavior... publishes research
[from] robotics, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, psychology,
behavioral ecology and ethology... on the principles underlying adaptive
behavior [in living or artificial beings. Research especially focuses on]
the bottom-up approach to understanding behaviour.... [Nearly all papers]
contain testable models [neural networks, parallel distributed processing,
and genetic algorithms] that address real and interesting behavioural
problems.... The papers are of a high standard."
Abstracts are available in HTML format.

Editor: Jean-Arcady Meyer

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, September 25, 2001
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