skip to main content
Show Results with:

Results 1 - 10 of 20  for Everything in this catalogue

results 1 2 next page
Result Number Material Type Add to My Shelf Action Record Details and Options
1
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Brave mobots use representation.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1995.

Check library holdings

2
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Is transfer inductive?.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1996.

Check library holdings

3
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Why GAs are hard to use.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1995.

Check library holdings

4
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Virtual seens and the frequently used dataset.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1999.

Check library holdings

5
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Representation as function-hiding.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1993.

Check library holdings

6
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Parity : the problem that won't go away.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1995.

Check library holdings

7
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Learning level-raising mappings : what is the problem?.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1992.

Check library holdings

8
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Truth-from-trash learning and the mobot footballer.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1999.

Check library holdings

9
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

Backpropagation can't do parity generalisation.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1996.

Check library holdings

10
Material Type:
Book
Add to My workspace

The building block fallacy.

Christopher James Thornton

University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Science, 1999.

Check library holdings

Results 1 - 10 of 20  for Everything in this catalogue

results 1 2 next page

Refine Search Results

Refine my results

Author/Contributor 

  1. Kuscu, Ibrahim.  (1)
  2. Clark, Andy  (1)
  3. Refine further open sub menu

Creation date 

From To
  1. Before1993  (3)
  2. 1993To1993  (4)
  3. 1994To1994  (1)
  4. 1995To1996  (8)
  5. After 1996  (4)
  6. Refine further open sub menu

Searching Remote Databases, Please Wait