Behavior-based robotics as a tool for synthesis of artificial behavior and analysis of natural behavior.

@article{Matari1998BehaviorbasedRA,
  title={Behavior-based robotics as a tool for synthesis of artificial behavior and analysis of natural behavior.},
  author={M J Matari{\'c}},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={82-6}
}
Work in behavior-based systems focuses on functional modeling, that is, the synthesis of life-like and/or biologically inspired behavior that is robust, repeatable and adaptive. Inspiration from cognitive science, neuroscience and biology drives the development of new methods and models in behavior-based robotics, and the results tie together several related fields including artificial life, evolutionary computation, and multi-agent systems. Ideas from artificial intelligence and engineering… CONTINUE READING
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