Behavioral Selection Using the Utility Function Method: A Case Study Involving a Simple Guard Robot
Paper in proceedings, 2005

In this paper, the performance of the utility function method for behavioral organization is investigated in the framework of a simple guard robot. In order to achieve the best possible results, it was found that high-order polynomials should be used for the utility functions, even though the use such polynomials, involving many terms, increases the running time needed for the evolutionary algorithm to find good solutions.

Evolutionary Robotics

Author

Mattias Wahde

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety

Jimmy Pettersson

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety

Hans Sandholt

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety

Krister Wolff

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety

Chalmers, Microtechnology and Nanoscience (MC2), Applied Quantum Physics

3rd International Symposium on Autonomous Minirobots for Research and Edutainment, AMiRE 2005

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Mechanical Engineering

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10/6/2017