Three papers in the ALIFE 2019 Proceedings

This year’s artificial life conference (ALIFE 2019) will take place in Newcastle next week.

The conference proceedings have been published by MIT Press under an open access license.

Three of my graduate students will be presenting a part of their thesis research. Here are the titles of their contributions, with links to download the full papers:

From embodied interaction to compositional referential communication: A minimal agent-based model without dedicated communication channels

Jorge I. Campos and Tom Froese

Self-optimization in a Hopfield neural network based on the C. elegans connectome

Alejandro Morales and Tom Froese

Applying Social Network Analysis to Agent-Based Models: A Case Study of Task Allocation in Swarm Robotics Inspired by Ant Foraging Behavior

Georgina Montserrat Reséndiz-Benhumea, Tom Froese, Gabriel Ramos-Fernández, and Sandra E. Smith-Aguilar