R. Mark Rylatt

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This paper identifies a problem of significance for approaches to adaptive autonomous agent research seeking to go beyond reactive behaviour without resorting to hybrid solutions. The feasibility of recurrent neural network solutions are discussed and compared in the light of experiments designed to test ability to handle long-term temporal dependencies, in(More)
This paper is a survey of some recentconnectionist approaches to the design and developmentof behaviour-based mobile robots. The research isanalysed in terms of principal connectionist learningmethods and neurological modeling trends. Possibleadvantages over conventionally programmed methods areconsidered and the connectionist achievements to dateare(More)
This work has its interests in the relation between the generation mix within a power system and the elasticity of demand based on the prices emerging from the short term electricity market. The paper starts by describing a new agent-based modelling framework that involves electricity producers, consumers and suppliers as agents participating in a market(More)
The interest of this work is in designing and developing a simulation package for comprehensive analysis of a distribution system based on object-oriented principles. Towards such an objective, we propose a design of a framework based on an object-oriented approach that is capable of handling such features and yet is simple and flexible enough for further(More)
We present a framework for the design and simulation of electrical distribution systems and short term electricity markets specific to the UK. The modelling comprises packages relating to the technical and economic features of the electrical grid. The first package models the medium/low distribution networks with elements such as transformers, voltage(More)
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