A virtual creatures model for studies in artificial evolution

@article{Miconi2005AVC,
  title={A virtual creatures model for studies in artificial evolution},
  author={Thomas Miconi and Alastair Channon},
  journal={2005 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={565-572 Vol.1}
}
We present the results of our replication of Karl Sims' work on the evolution of artificial creatures in a physically realistic 3D environment. We used standard McCulloch-Pitts neurons instead of a more complex set of ad hoc neurons, which we believe makes our model a more general tool for future experiments in artificial (co-)evolution. We provide a detailed description of our model and freely accessible source code. We describe our results both qualitatively and quantitatively, including an… CONTINUE READING
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