Publications in
“Artificial Life”

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Barandiaran X. E. (2004) Behavioral adaptive autonomy. A milestone on the Alife route to AI. In: Pollack J., Bedau M. A., Husbands P., Ikegami T. & Watson R. A. (eds.) Artificial life IX: Proceedings of the ninth international conference on the simulation and synthesis of artificial life. MIT Press, Cambridge: 514–521.
Barandiaran X. E. & Moreno A. (2006) ALife models as epistemic artefacts. In: Rocha L., Yaeger L., Bedau M., Floreano D., Goldstone R. & Vespignani A. (eds.) Artificial life X.: Proceedings of the tenth international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems. MIT Press, Cambridge: 513–519.
Beer R. (2004) Autopoiesis and cognition in the game of life. Artificial Life 10: 309–326. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/1143
Beer R. D. (2015) Characterizing autopoiesis in the game of life. Artificial Life 21: 1–19. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/1213
Bourgine P. & Stewart J. (2004) Autopoiesis and cognition. Artificial life 10: 327–345. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/2263
Cariani P. (1992) Emergence and artificial life. In: Langton C. G., Taylor C., Farmer J. D. & Rasmussen S. (eds.) Artificial life II. Addison-Wesley, Redwood City CA: 775–798.
Carneiro J. & Stewart J. (1995) Self and nonself revisited: Lessons from modelling the immune network. In: Moran F., Moreno A., Merelo J. J. & Chaco P. (eds.) Advances in Artificial Life. Springer, Berlin: 406–420.
Clancey W. J. (1995) A boy scout, Toto, and a bird: How situated cognition is different from situated robotics. In: Steels L. & Brooks R. (eds.) The artificial life route to artificial intelligence: Building situated embodied agents. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale NJ: 227–236. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/3909
Damiano L. & Stano P. (2018) Understanding embodied cognition by building models of minimal life: Preparatory steps and a preliminary autopoietic framework. In: Pelillo M., Poli I., Roli A., Serra R., Slanzi D. & Villani M. (eds.) Artificial life and evolutionary computation: 12th Italian workshop, WIVACE 2017, Revised selected papers. Springer, Cham: 73–87.
De Loor P., Manac’h K. & Chevaillier P. (2014) The memorization of in-line sensorimotor invariants: Toward behavioral ontogeny and enactive agents. Artificial Life and Robotics 19(2): 127–135. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/4552
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