Evolution, Generality and Robustness of Emerged Surrounding Behavior in Continuous Predators-Prey Pursuit Problem

@article{Tanev2005EvolutionGA,
  title={Evolution, Generality and Robustness of Emerged Surrounding Behavior in Continuous Predators-Prey Pursuit Problem},
  author={Ivan Tanev and Michael Brzozowski and Katsunori Shimohara},
  journal={Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={301-318}
}
We present the result of our work on the use of strongly typed genetic programming with exception handling capabilities for the evolution of surrounding behavior of agents situated in an inherently cooperative environment. The predators-prey pursuit problem is used to verify our hypothesis that relatively complex surrounding behavior may emerge from simple, implicit, locally defined, and therefore—scalable interactions between the predator agents. Proposing two different communication… CONTINUE READING
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