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Flocks, herds and schools: A distributed behavioral model
TLDR
This paper explores an approach based on simulation as an alternative to scripting the paths of each bird individually, an elaboration of a particle systems, with the simulated birds being the particles.
Flocks, herds, and schools: a distributed behavioral model
TLDR
This paper explores an approach based on simulation as an alternative to scripting the paths of each bird individually, an elaboration of a particle system, with the simulated birds being the particles.
Complete molecular remissions induced by patient-specific vaccination plus granulocyte–monocyte colony-stimulating factor against lymphoma
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The demonstration of molecular remissions, analysis of cytotoxic T lymphocytes against autologous tumor targets, and addition of granulocyte–monocyte colony-stimulating factor to the vaccine formulation provide principles relevant to the design of future clinical trials of other cancer vaccines administered in a minimal residual disease setting.
Direct evidence for the role of LGL in the inhibition of experimental tumor metastases.
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Results provide the first unequivocal evidence that LGL, with high NK activity, are involved in in vivo resistance to tumors, particularly in the elimination of potentially metastatic tumor cells from the circulation and capillary beds.
Administration of herpes simplex-thymidine kinase-expressing donor T cells with a T-cell-depleted allogeneic marrow graft.
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Overall, the administration of low numbers of HS-tk-expressing T cells early following an HLA-identical BMT is associated with no acute toxicity, persistent circulation of the GMCs, and GCV-sensitive GVHD, and open the way to the infusion of higher numbers of gene-modified donor T cells to enhance post-BMT immune competence while preserving GCv-sensitive alloreactivity.
Big fast crowds on PS3
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An implementation of a scalable multi-processor approach to large, fast crowd simulations, as in Quinn et al. 2003, is described for PLAYSTATION®3 which supports simulation and display of simple crowds of up to 15,000 individuals at 60 frames per second.
Interaction with Groups of Autonomous Characters
This paper presents a methodology for constructing large groups of autonomous characters which respond in real time to the user’s interaction, as well as to each other and their environment. The
Competition, Coevolution and the Game of Tag
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In the experiments described here, control programs for mobile agents (simulated vehicles) are evolved based on their skill at the game of tag, guided by competitive fitness.
Computer animation with scripts and actors
TLDR
Ideas from programming styles used in current Artificial Intelligence research inspired the design of ASAS, which is in fact an extension to the Lisp programming environment.
An evolved, vision-based behavioral model of coordinated group motion
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Coordinated motion in a group of simulated critters can evolve under selection pressure from an appropriate fitness criteria under the Genetic Programming paradigm.
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