Credits: citing Framsticks 

If your research, work or article refers to Framsticks or used Framsticks, please cite in your bibliography the reference to this web site and relevant publications:

  • comparison of genetic encodings in artificial life and evolutionary design [2001], [2004]
  • estimating symmetry of evolved and designed agents [2008]
  • employing similarity measure to organize evolved constructs [2001], [2001], [2011], [2016]
  • bio-inspired visual-motor coordination [2006] and real-time coordination [2009]
  • optimization of fuzzy controllers that can be understood by a human [2008]
  • modeling of plastic neural nets and their evolution [2006], [2008]
  • modeling robots [2011]
  • user-driven (interactive, aesthetic) evolution [2009], [2008]
  • synthetic neuroethology [2002], [2003]
  • analyses of human brain activity evoked by perception of novel biological motion [2007], [2009]
  • evaluation of logical abductive hypotheses, solving abductive problems, construction of derivations [2014], [2017]
  • modeling perception of time in humans [2009], [2015]
  • modeling foraminiferal genetics, morphology, simulation, and evolution [2015], [2016], [url]
  • modeling communication, emergence, flocking, evolution of restraint, predator–prey coevolution, semiosis, speciation, and other biological phenomena [2009], [2006], [2006].

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