Goal-Seeking Behavior in a Connectionist Model


Goal-seeking behavior in a connectionist modelis demonstrated using the examples of foragingby a simulated ant and cooperativenest-building by a pair of simulated birds. Themodel, a control neural network, translatesneeds into responses. The purpose of this workis to produce lifelike behavior with agoal-seeking artificial neural network. Theforaging ant example illustrates theintermediation of neurons to guide the ant to agoal in a semi-predictable environment. In thenest-building example, both birds, executinggender-specific networks, exhibit socialnesting and feeding behavior directed towardmultiple goals.

DOI: 10.1023/A:1011970925799

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@article{Portegys2001GoalSeekingBI, title={Goal-Seeking Behavior in a Connectionist Model}, author={Thomas E. Portegys}, journal={Artificial Intelligence Review}, year={2001}, volume={16}, pages={225-253} }