Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems

Synchronicity… a sudden convergence of interesting links have got me all nostalgic.

It all sent me back to the fascinating year I spent in 2004/05 doing the Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems MSc at the University of Sussex.

This wonderful inter-disciplinary course brings together researchers in computer science, biology, creative systems and even a little philosophy. Pretty much everything was fair game for study, from robot ants spreading glow in the dark pheromone trails; neural networks made of actual buckets of water; to evolved passive-dynamic walking legs with fourteen knees.

I mean to go back through the work I did at Sussex and see what’s interesting enough to post here, starting with my dissertation on NMF.


2 responses to “Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems

  1. Pingback: Non-negative matrix factorization and music « Transfinite

  2. Looking forward to it. Let me know via Twitter when you post more details.


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