Katsunori Shimohara

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Electroencephalography (EEG) pattern-recognition studies were carried out using EEG topography (readiness potential, or RP, spatiotemporal patterns) generated the moment before voluntary movements of muscles. RPs generated prior to pronouncing syllables and controlling a joystick were studied by experiments and simulation. The spatiotemporal patterns of RPs(More)
Evolutionary design of neural networks has shown a great potential as a powerful optimization tool. However, most evolutionary neural networks have not taken advantage of the fact that they can evolve from modules. This paper presents a hybrid method of modular neural networks and genetic programming as a promising model for evolutionary learning. This(More)
We present the result of our work on use of genetic programming for evolving social behavior of agents situated in inherently cooperative environment. We use predators-prey pursuit problem to verify our hypothesis that relatively complex social behavior may emerge from simple, implicit, locally defined, and therefore – robust and highly-scalable(More)