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3D robotic simulation

Siegel simulates the action of robots walking by using "genetic programming," which copies natural evolutionary strategies and combines them with the concepts of automatic programming.



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Janet Casey

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20 September 2001

Leaders and contributors

Daniel Sawitzki Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Required to buildOpenGL
Required to useRSH (for parallel evolution on a network cluster)


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