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Adaptive Evolution of Behavioral Memory Circuits in Evolution of Artificial Individuals
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 Title & Authors
Adaptive Evolution of Behavioral Memory Circuits in Evolution of Artificial Individuals
Jung, Bo-Sun; Jung, Sung Hoon;
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 Abstract
This paper investigates how artificial individuals with behavioral memory circuits adaptively evolve with respect to given environments on a cell-level simulation framework simulating artificial individuals. This makes it possible for us to analyse the advantages of artificial individuals with behavioral memory circuits against the simple artificial individuals that can do only simple reactions with respect to the environments and to know which advanced reactions are possible. In order to do this analysis, we experimented various tests on a specific prey pattern and examined the results. As a first experiment, we tested that artificial individuals with four memory steps competed against from those without memory step to those with three memory steps. Experimental results showed that the artificial individuals with four memory steps were superior to most others. However, artificial individuals with two memory steps were better than those with four memory steps. This was caused that the artificial individuals with two memory steps could evolve faster than those of four memory steps. In a second experiment that all types of artificial individuals are simultaneously evolved, the artificial individuals with two memory steps also showed the best result in the experiment. We could conclude that the artificial individuals with memory was better than those without memory and the best memory steps of artificial individuals were depended on the complexity of prey patterns.
 Keywords
Artificial individuals;adaptive evolution;behavioral memory circuits;cell-level simulation framework;
 Language
Korean
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