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Title: Artificial biochemical networks.
Authors: Capanni, Niccolo Francesco
MacLeod, Christopher
Maxwell, Grant M.
Clayton, William
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence
Parallel distributed processing
Protoctists
Image recognition
Legged robot control
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: CAPANNI, N., MACLEOD, C., MAXWELL, G. and CLAYTON, W. 2005. Artificial biochemical networks. In: International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation, 2005 and International Conference on Intelligent Agents , Web Technologies and Internet Commerce, Volume 2. 28-30 November 2005. Vienna, Austria. Pp. 98-102.
Abstract: Connectionist approaches to Artificial Intelligence are almost always based on Artificial Neural Networks. However, there is another route towards Parallel Distributed Processing, taking as its inspiration the intelligence displayed by single celled creatures called Protoctists (Protists). This is based on networks of interacting proteins. Such networks may be used in Pattern Recognition and Control tasks and are more flexible than most neuron models. In this paper they are demonstrated in Image Recognition applications and in Legged Robot control. They are trained using a Genetic Algorithm and Back Propagation.
ISBN: 0769525040
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