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- T. Smith, P. Husbands, A. Philippides and M. O'Shea (2002) Neuronal plasticity and temporal adaptivity: GasNet robot control networks. Adaptive Behavior 10 3/4 161-183.
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Behavior is the premier international journal for research on
adaptive behaviour in animals and autonomous artificial systems. For over
10 years it has offered ethologists, psychologists, behavioural
ecologists, computer scientists, and robotics researchers a forum for
discussing new findings and comparing insights and approaches across
disciplines. Adaptive Behavior explores mechanisms,
organizational principles, and architectures for generating action in
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