Dynamic Resolution in the Co-Evolution of Morphology and Control

@inproceedings{Auerbach2010DynamicRI,
  title={Dynamic Resolution in the Co-Evolution of Morphology and Control},
  author={Joshua Evan Auerbach and Josh C. Bongard},
  booktitle={ALIFE},
  year={2010}
}
Evolutionary robotics is a promising approach to overcoming the limitations and biases of human designers in producing control strategies for autonomous robots. However, most work in evolutionary robotics remains solely concerned with optimizing control strategies for existing morphologies. By contrast, natural evolution, the only process that has produced intelligent agents to date, may modify both the control (brain) and morphology (body) of organisms. Therefore, coevolving morphology along… CONTINUE READING
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