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GeneNetWeaver: in silico benchmark generation and performance profiling of network inference methods
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We describe a novel and comprehensive method for in silico benchmark generation and performance profiling of network inference methods available to the community as an open-source software called GeneNetWeaver. Expand
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Revealing strengths and weaknesses of methods for gene network inference
Numerous methods have been developed for inferring gene regulatory networks from expression data, however, both their absolute and comparative performance remain poorly understood. In this paper, weExpand
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Generating Realistic In Silico Gene Networks for Performance Assessment of Reverse Engineering Methods
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In this paper, we present a method for generating biologically plausible in silico networks, which allow realistic performance assessment of network inference algorithms. Expand
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The e-puck, a Robot Designed for Education in Engineering
Mobile robots have the potential to become the ideal tool to teach a broad range of engineering disciplines. Indeed, mobile robots are getting increasingly complex and accessible. They embed elementsExpand
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Automatic creation of an autonomous agent: genetic evolution of a neural-network driven robot
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The paper describes the results of the evolutionary development of a real, neural-network driven mobile robot. Expand
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Evolutionary Advantages of Neuromodulated Plasticity in Dynamic, Reward-based Scenarios
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Neuromodulation is considered a key factor for learning and memory in biological neural networks. Expand
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Coevolving Predator and Prey Robots: Do Arms Races Arise in Artificial Evolution?
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Coevolution (i.e., the evolution of two or more competing populations with coupled fitness) has several features that may potentially enhance the power of adaptation of artificial evolution. Expand
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Neuroevolution: from architectures to learning
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This paper gives an overview of the most prominent methods for evolving ANNs with a special focus on recent advances in the synthesis of learning architectures. Expand
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Science, technology and the future of small autonomous drones
We are witnessing the advent of a new era of robots — drones — that can autonomously fly in natural and man-made environments. These robots, often associated with defence applications, could have aExpand
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