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Agent-Oriented Evolutionary Control Systems

Agent-Oriented Evolutionary Control Systems

Agent-Oriented Evolutionary Control Systems. Autonomously Finding Optimal Control Codes for the Rowing Blade “Ro”. Rogerio Neves Sea and Air Control Systems Lab Yokohama National University. Index. Objective Motivation Problem description Implementation Experimental results Conclusions.

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Fitness Functions

Fitness Functions

Fitness Functions. Fitness Evaluation. A key component in GA Time/quality trade off Multi-criterion fitness. Fitness function. Nature : only survival and reproduction count how well do I do in my environment Fitness space structure : Defined by kinship of genotypes and fitness function

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Higher Level

Higher Level

Nucleic Acid Structure. Higher Level. Nucleotides. Nucleotides are carbon ring structures containing nitrogen linked to a 5-carbon sugar (a ribose) 5-carbon sugar is either a ribose or a deoxyribose In eukaryotic cells nucleic acids are either: Deoxyribose nucleic acids (DNA)

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Brain Higher Functions

Brain Higher Functions

Diencephalon Cerebellum Cerebral Hemispheres. Cerebral hemispheres. Cerebellum. “2-oval skull” (includes regions of higher functions). Brain Higher Functions. Between cerebral hemispheres Mostly thalamus and hypothalamus. Diencephalon (integrates conscious and unconscious activity).

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Higher-Order Functions

Higher-Order Functions

Higher-Order Functions. Equivalent Notations. (define (f x y) (… body …)) = (define f (lambda (x y) (… body …) ) ). Function Values. ( define tag ( lambda (t l) (cons t l)) ) (tag ’ int ’ (1)) -> (int 1) What characterizes a function?

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C. Higher Functions

C. Higher Functions

C. Higher Functions. Pre-Calculus 30. PC30.10 Demonstrate understanding of polynomials and polynomial functions of degree greater than 2 (limited to polynomials of degree ≤ 5 with integral coefficients). Key Terms. 1. Characteristics of Polynomial Functions. PC30.10

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Higher Order Functions

Higher Order Functions

Higher Order Functions. “I hope you’re convinced, by now, that programming languages with first-class functions let you find more opportunities for abstraction, which means your code is smaller, tighter, more reusable, and more scalable.” —Joel Spolsky. Eval. eval is the heart of REPL

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Higher-Order Functions

Higher-Order Functions

Koen Lindström Claessen. Higher-Order Functions. What is a “Higher Order” Function?. A function which takes another function as a parameter. Examples map even [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] = [False, True, False, True, False] filter even [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] = [2, 4]. even :: Int -> Bool

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Higher Mental Functions

Higher Mental Functions

Higher Mental Functions. Higher Mental Functions. The brain exhibits electrical activity, which is associated with higher mental functions. Brain Wave Patterns and the EEG. An electroencephalogram or EEG records brain activity.

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Higher -order functions!

Higher -order functions!

Lisp == Racket. Today in CS 60. Higher -order functions!. This time:. Last time:. Tail recursion…. Homework #1 due Monday, 2/3 by 11:59 pm. Thanks to Josh E.!. another language already!. homework 1. (1) the problem. (2) examples. (5) break glass in emergency…. (4) try it!.

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Higher-Order Functions

Higher-Order Functions

Higher-Order Functions. Higher-Order Functions. A function that takes a function as argument and/or returns a function as result is called a higher-order function or a functional . ML/Scheme treat functions as first-class ( primitive ) values. Can be supplied as input to functions.

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