[Comp-neuro] New book: Growing Adaptive Machines
nicolas.bredeche at upmc.fr
Fri Aug 29 11:35:02 CEST 2014
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Some of you will be interested in our recent book, Growing Adaptive
Machines: Combining Development and Learning in Artificial Neural Networks.
The topic is the generation of low-level neural network architectures using
bio-inspired models and simulations. By emulating the biological process of
development, we can incorporate desirable characteristics of natural neural
systems into engineered designs and thus move closer towards the creation
of brain-like systems.
The book includes two broad reviews, summaries of research portfolios from
established researchers, and new research contributions. We believe it will
form a valuable reference for advanced students and practitioners. See
below for the table of contents.
Taras Kowaliw, Nicolas Bredeche, René Doursat (Editors)
Table of Contents
Artificial Neurogenesis: An Introduction and Selective Review.
T. Kowaliw, N. Bredeche, S. Chevallier and R. Doursat
A Brief Introduction to Probabilistic Machine Learning and Its Relation to
Evolving Culture Versus Local Minima.
Learning Sparse Features with an Auto-Associator.
S. Rebecchi, H. Paugam-Moisy and M. Sebag
HyperNEAT: The First Five Years.
D. D’Ambrosio, J. Gauci and K. Stanley
Using the Genetic Regulatory Evolving Artificial Networks (GReaNs) Platform
for Signal Processing, Animat Control, and Artificial Multicellular
B. Wróbel and M. Joachimczak
Constructing Complex Systems Via Activity-Driven Unsupervised Hebbian
Neuro-Centric and Holocentric Approaches to the Evolution of Developmental
Artificial Evolution of Plastic Neural Networks: A Few Key Concepts.
J.-B. Mouret and P. Tonelli
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