Takaya Arita
Takaya Arita
Professor of Complex Systems Science, Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University
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Situated and embodied evolution in collective evolutionary robotics
Y Usui, T Arita
In Proc. of the 8th International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, 2003
Evolution of linguistic diversity in a simple communication system
T Arita, Y Koyama
Artificial Life 4 (1), 109-124, 1998
Diversity control in ant colony optimization
Y Nakamichi, T Arita
Artificial Life and Robotics 7 (4), 198-204, 2004
Interactions between learning and evolution:: The outstanding strategy generated by the Baldwin effect
R Suzuki, T Arita
Biosystems 77 (1-3), 57-71, 2004
The Outstanding Strategy Generated by the Baldwin Effect
T Arita, R Suzuki
Artificial Life VII: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on …, 2000
Cyclic coevolution of cooperative behaviors and network structures
R Suzuki, M Kato, T Arita
Physical Review E 77 (2), 021911, 2008
The dynamic changes in roles of learning through the Baldwin effect
R Suzuki, T Arita
Artificial Life 13 (1), 31-43, 2007
Asymmetry between even and odd levels of recursion in a theory of mind
M Takano, T Arita
Proceedings of ALife X, 405-411, 2006
A Simple Model for the Evolution of Communication.
T Arita, CE Taylor
Evolutionary Programming, 405-409, 1996
The role of migration and founder effect for the evolution of cooperation in a multilevel selection context
G Ichinose, T Arita
Ecological Modelling 210 (3), 221-230, 2008
Misperception, communication and diversity
J Akaishi, T Arita
Proc. Artificial Life 8, 350-357, 2002
Evolutionary analysis on spatial locality in n-person iterated prisoner's dilemma
R Suzuki, T Arita
International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications 3 (02 …, 2003
How Learning Can Guide Evolution of Communication.
R Suzuki, T Arita
ALIFE, 608-615, 2008
Repeated occurrences of the Baldwin effect can guide evolution on rugged fitness landscapes
R Suzuki, T Arita
2007 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life, 8-14, 2007
The baldwin effect revisited: Three steps characterized by the quantitative evolution of phenotypic plasticity
R Suzuki, T Arita
European Conference on Artificial Life, 395-404, 2003
Effects of information sharing on collective behaviors in competitive populations
R Suzuki, T Arita
Proceedings of the Eight International Symposium on Artificial Life and …, 2003
Artificial metamorphosis: evolutionary design of transforming, soft-bodied robots
M Joachimczak, R Suzuki, T Arita
Artificial life 22 (3), 271-298, 2016
Evolution of virtual creature foraging in a physical environment
ML Pilat, T Ito, R Suzuki, T Arita
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings 12, 423-430, 2012
DE/isolated/1: a new mutation operator for multimodal optimization with differential evolution
T Otani, R Suzuki, T Arita
International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics 4 (2), 99-105, 2013
How niche construction can guide coevolution
R Suzuki, T Arita
European Conference on Artificial Life, 373-382, 2005
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