Rat pups and random robots generate similar self-organized and intentional behavior

@article{May2006RatPA,
  title={Rat pups and random robots generate similar self-organized and intentional behavior},
  author={Christopher J. May and Jeffrey C. Schank and Sanjay S. Joshi and Jonathan Tran and R. J. Taylor and I-Esha Scott},
  journal={Complexity},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={53-66}
}
CHRISTOPHER J. MAY, JEFFREY C. SCHANK, SANJAY JOSHI, JONATHAN TRAN, R. J. TAYLOR, AND I-ESHA SCOTT Department of Psychology, Animal Behavior Graduate Group, Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, and College of Engineering, University of California, Davis, California 95616 This paper was submitted as an invited paper resulting from the “Understanding Complex Systems” conference held at the University of Illinois–Urbana Champaign, May 2005 
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