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A short history of robots and thinking machines



When are robots intelligent autonomous agents?
L. Steels
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 15(1-2): 3-9, 1995.

The Homo Cyber Sapiens, the Robot Homonidus Intelligens, and the 'artificial life' approach to artificial intelligence
L. Steels
C. Maar, E. Pöppel, T. Christaller (szerk.): Die Technik auf dem Weg zur Seele: Proceedings of the Burda Symposium on Brain-Computer Interfaces, 327-344. o., Hamburg, Germany. Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, 1995.

Theory of mind for a humanoid robot
B. Scassellati
In Proceedings of The First IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Humanoid Robotics, 2000.

The first law of robotics (A call to arms)
D. Weld, O. Etzioni
Technikai riport, Department of Computer Science, University of Washington, 1994.

Achieving artificial intelligence through building robots
R. A. Brooks
Technikai riport, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 1996.

A case study in the behavior-oriented design of autonomous agents
L. Steels
D. Cliff, P. Husbands, J.-A. Meyer, S. W. Wilson (szerk.): From Animals to Animats 3: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB94), 445-452. o., MIT Press, 1994.

Building agents out of autonomous behavior systems
L. Steels
L. Steels, R. A. Brooks (szerk.): The artificial life route to artificial intelligence - Building situated embodied agents, 83-121. o., New Haven, USA, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994.

Making robots conscious of their mental states
J. McCarthy
Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Representing Mental States and Mechanisms, 89-96. o., Stanford, USA. AAAI Press, 1995.

Mathematical analysis of behavior systems
L. Steels
P. Gaussier, J.-D. Nicoud (szerk.): Proceedings, From Perception to Action Conference, 88-95. o., Lausanne, Switzerland. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1994.

Collective robotics: from social insects to robots
C. R. Kube, H. Zhang
Adaptive Behavior 2: 189-218, 1993.

On the modelling of bio-inspired collective experiments with real robots
A. Martinoli, M. Yamamoto, F. Mondada
WWW Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL-97), 28-31. o., Brighton, UK, 1997.

Evolution and development of modular control architectures for 1-D locomotion in six-legged animats
J. Kodjabachian, J.-A. Meyer
Connection Science 10: 3-4, 1998.

Issues in the physical realisation of autonomous robotic agents
L. Steels, P. Stuer, D. Vereertbrugghen
AI Memo. Brussels, Belgium, 1996.

Learning in multi-robot systems
M. J. Mataric
G. Weiß, S. Sen (szerk.): Adaptation and learning in multi-agent systems, 152-163. o., Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1995.

Neural mechanisms for training autonomous robots
G. Wyeth
Proceedings of Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice Conference, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.

Emergent functionality in robotic agents through on-line evolution
L. Steels
R. A. Brooks, P. Maes (szerk.): Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (Artificial Life IV), 8-16. o., Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. MIT Press, 1994.

Design and implementation of metamorphic robots
A. Pamecha, C.-J. Chiang, D. Stein, G. Chirikjian
Proceedings of the 1996 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference and Computers in Engineering Conference, Irvine, California, USA, 1995.

Discovering the competitors
L. Steels
Journal of Adaptive Behavior 4(2): 173-199, 1995.

How to build complete creatures rather than isolated cognitive simulators
R. A. Brooks
K. VanLehn (szerk.): Architectures for Intelligence: The Twenty-second Carnegie Mellon Symposium on Cognition, 225-240. o., Hillsdale, New Jersey, USA. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991.

Recent developments in Japanese robotics research - Notes of a Japan tour
U. R. Zimmer, T. Christaller, C. Webers
GMD German National Research Center for Information Technology, 1997.

An introductory course in mechatronics: Robo-Cricket
G. Wyeth
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice (M2VIP '97), 20. o., Toowoomba, Australia. 1997.

Integrated permission pleanning and execution for unmanned ground vehicles
E. H. Durfee, P. G. Kenny, K. C. Kluge
Autonomous agents, 97 - 110. o., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

Evolution and development of neural networks controlling locomotion, gradient-following, and obstacle-avoidance in artificial in
J. Kodjabachian, J.-A. Meyer
IEEE Transaction on Neural Networks 9(5), 1998.

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