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Professor Ivan Tanev of the Faculty of Science and Engineering won the Best Paper Award at The 18th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, Applications (AIMSA 2018)

Updated Jan. 16, 2019
Professor Ivan Tanev presented a research proposing (i) an asymmetric morphology of simple agents that model micro- and nano-robots, and (ii) an evolution (via genetic algorithms) of a coordinated behavior of a team of such agents.

Announcement title
Evolving a Team of Asymmetric Predator Agents That Do Not Compute in Predator-prey Pursuit Problem

Presenter
Ivan Tanev Professor of the Faculty of Science and Engineering

Co-authors
Milen Georgiev (PhD Student, Doshisha University)
Katsunori Shimohara (Professor, Doshisha University)
Thomas Ray (Professor, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA)
Professor Ivan Tanev presented a research proposing (i) an asymmetric morphology of simple agents that model micro- and nano-robots, and (ii) an evolution (via genetic algorithms) of a coordinated behavior of a team of such agents.

Announcement title
Evolving a Team of Asymmetric Predator Agents That Do Not Compute in Predator-prey Pursuit Problem

Presenter
Ivan Tanev Professor of the Faculty of Science and Engineering

Co-authors
Milen Georgiev (PhD Student, Doshisha University)
Katsunori Shimohara (Professor, Doshisha University)
Thomas Ray (Professor, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA)
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