Quantifying Morphological Computation

  title={Quantifying Morphological Computation},
  author={Keyan Zahedi and Nihat Ay},
The field of embodied intelligence emphasises the importance of the morphology and environment with respect to the behaviour of a cognitive system. The contribution of the morphology to the behaviour, commonly known as morphological computation, is well-recognised in this community. We believe that the field would benefit from a formalisation of this concept as we would like to ask how much the morphology and the environment contribute to an embodied agent’s behaviour, or how an embodied agent… CONTINUE READING
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