Publications in
“Artificial Intelligence”

Publications Found: 38 · Show All Abstracts · Highlight Matches

Jones D. (2012) What do animat models model? Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 24(4): 475–488.
Kampis G. (1995) Computability, self-reference, and self-amendment. Special Issue on Self-Reference in Biological and Cognitive Systems Communication and Cognition – Artificial Intelligence 12(1–2): 91–109. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3082
Locker A. (1998) The present status of general system theory, 25 years after Ludwig von Bertalanffy’s decease: A critical overview. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Advances in artificial intelligence and engineering cybernetics Volume 4. The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, Windsor: 8–16.
Nasuto S. J. & Bishop J. M. (2013) Of (zombie) mice and animats. In: Müller V. C. (ed.) Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence. Springer, Berlin: 85–106. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4829
Pattee H. (1995) Evolving self-reference: Matter, symbols, and semantic closure. Communication & Cognition–Artificial Intelligence 12(1–2): 9–27.
Riegler A. (2003) Whose anticipations? In: Butz M., Sigaud O. & Gerard P. (eds.) Anticipatory behavior in adaptive learning systems: Foundations, theories, and systems. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2684. Springer, Dordrecht: 11–22. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4130
Riegler A. (2007) Superstition in the machine. In: Butz M. V., Sigaud O., Pezzulo G. & Baldassarre G. (eds.) Anticipatory behavior in adaptive learning systems: From brains to individual and social behavior. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer, New York: 57–72. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4214
Rocha L. M. (1995) Artificial semantically closed objects. Special Issue on Self-Reference in Biological and Cognitive Systems Communication and Cognition – Artificial Intelligence 12(1–2): 63–90. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3083
Ruiz-Mirazo K. & Moreno A. (2000) Searching for the roots of autonomy: The natural and artificial paradigms revisited. Communication and Cognition – Artificial Intelligence 17(3–4): 209–228.
Smithers T. (1995) Are autonomous agents information processing systems. In: Steels L. & Brooks R. (eds.) The artificial life route to artificial intelligence: Building embodied, situated agents. Psychology Press, Hillsdale: 123–162.
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