Evolutionary Robotics: a Survey of Applications and Problems

Abstract : This paper reviews evolutionary approaches to the automatic design of real robots exhibiting a given behavior in a given environment. Such a methodology has been successfully applied to various wheeled and legged robots, and to numerous behaviors including wall-following, obstacle-avoidance, light-seeking, arena cleaning and target seeking. Its potentialities and limitations are discussed in the text and directions for future work are outlined.
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Jean-Arcady Meyer, Phil Husbands, Inman Harvey. Evolutionary Robotics: a Survey of Applications and Problems. The First European Workshop on Evolutionary Robotics - EvoRobot98, Apr 1998, Paris, France. pp.1-21, ⟨10.1007/3-540-64957-3_61⟩. ⟨hal-01622457⟩

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