Moving a Snake Robot using Genetic Programming

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@Misc{Helmer:1999:snake,
  author =       "Martin Helmer and Martin Hemberg",
  title =        "Moving a Snake Robot using Genetic Programming",
  howpublished = "www",
  year =         "1999",
  month =        "15 " # dec,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  broken =       "http://www.dd.chalmers.se/~f96mahe/evcomp.html",
  size =         "20k",
  abstract =     "We have constructed a snake robot with five servos.
                 Our goal was to make the snake move using an
                 evolutionary algorithm. For fitness we attached a mouse
                 by the tail of the snake. We used the
                 {"}30-monkeys-in-a-bus{"} algorithm for selection. It
                 was found possible to develop a forward movement of the
                 snake, however not without problems. One of the biggest
                 problems was to prevent the snake from cheating, which
                 it often did by wagging its tail a lot or by ending in
                 a curled-up position.",
  notes =        "See also
                 http://www.luxfamily.com/jimlux/robot/snakerobot.htm",
}

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