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Further Reading

  1. Arkin, R. C. (1998) Behavior Based Robotics. Cambridge Mass. : MIT Press.

  2. Bonasso, R. P., Kortenkamp, D., & Murphy, R. (Eds.). (1998). Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots. MIT Press.

  3. Brooks, R.A.,(1986) A Robust Layered Control System For A Mobile Robot, IEEE Journal Of Robotics And Automation, RA-2, April. pp. 14-23.

  4. Brooks, R.A.,(1989) A Robot that Walks; Emergent Behaviors from a Carefully Evolved Network, Neural Comutation 1(2)

  5. Computer Vision Education Digital Library Collection. [WWW]http://cved.org/.

  6. Cox, E. (1998) The Fuzzy Systems Handbook. Second Edition.

  7. Downey, A., Elkner, J., Meyers, C. How to Think Like a Computer Scientist. [WWW]http://ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCS/python/english/.

  8. Elman, et al. (1998) Rethinking Innateness: A Connectionist Perspective on Development. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.

  9. Elman, J. & Plunkett, K. (1998) Exercises in Rethinking Innateness: A Handbook for Connectionist Simulations. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.

  10. Elman, J. (1990) Finding Structure in Time. Cognitive Science.14:179--211.

  11. Floreano, D., Stefano, N. (2000) Evolutionary Robotics. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.

  12. Fredrik Linåker and Lars Niklasson. Sensory Flow Segmentation using a Resource Allocating Vector Quantizer. [WWW]http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/285911.html.

  13. Hinton, G. (1992) How Neural Networks Learn From Experience. Scientific American. September.

  14. Holland, John H. (1975) Adaptation in Natural and Artificial Systems. The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbour.

  15. Kohonen, T. [WWW]som_doc.ps.

  16. Kohonen, T. (2001) Self Organizing Maps. Germany : Springer. 3rd Edition.

  17. Lui, J., Wu, J. (2001). Multi-Agent Robotic Systems. New York : CRC Press.

  18. L. Meeden and D. Kumar (1998). Trends in evolutionary robotics. In Soft Computing for Intelligent Robotic Systems, edited by L.C. Jain and T. Fukuda, Physica-Verlag, New York, NY, pages 215-233.

  19. OMidvar, O., Van der Smagt, P., (Eds.). (1997) Neural Systems for Robotics. New York : Academic Press

  20. Plunkett, K., Sinha, C., Moller, M. F., & Strandsby, O. (1992). Symbol grounding or the emergence of symbols? Vocabulary growth in children and a connectionist net. Connection Science. Volume 4, Number 3 and 4.

  21. Pollack, J. (1990) Recursive distributed representations. Artificial Intelligence. 46, 77-105.

  22. Python Language Website. [WWW]http://www.python.org/

  23. Reactive Robot Control. [WWW]http://www.cs.nmsu.edu/~pfeiffer/altaira/public_html/submission/theory/background.html.

  24. Rumlehart, McClelland, PDP Research Group. (1987) Parallel Distributed Processing: Explorations in the Microstructure of Cognition. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.

  25. Rumlehart, McClelland. (1988) Explorations in Parallel Distributed Processing: A Handbook of Models, Programs, and Exercises. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.

  26. Wang, L. (1997) Adaptive Fuzzy Systems for Control. Prentice Hall.

  27. R.A. Watson, S.G. Ficici, and J.B. Pollack (2000). Embodied evolution: Distributing an evolutionary algorithm in a population of robots. Technical report CS-00-208.

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