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Title: NAC, an artificial brain for epigenetic robotics
Author: Pasquier, J.L.
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: The Neuromorphic Autonomous Controller (NAC) corresponds to a dynamic architecture designed to learn, operate and adapt through acting within a specific environment. The creation and adjustment of internal structures result from automatic mechanisms integrated to the architecture. This paper illustrates NAC operations and abilities while describing a preliminary implementation aimed at controlling a virtual single-leg robot.
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