Behavioral diversity with multiple behavioral distances

@article{Doncieux2013BehavioralDW,
  title={Behavioral diversity with multiple behavioral distances},
  author={St{\'e}phane Doncieux and Jean-Baptiste Mouret},
  journal={2013 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation},
  year={2013},
  pages={1427-1434}
}
Recent results in evolutionary robotics show that explicitly encouraging the behavioral diversity of candidate solutions drastically improves the convergence of many experiments. The performance of this technique depends, however, on the choice of a behavioral similarity measure (BSM). Here we propose that the experimenter does not actually need to choose: provided that several similarity measures are conceivable, using them all could lead to better results than choosing a single one. Values… CONTINUE READING
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