Paladyn: Journal of Behavioural Robotics

Paladyn: Journal of Behavioural Robotics

The main aim of the journal is to serve as an efficient exchange platform for scientists with different backgrounds (engineers, computer scientists, physicists, biologists, mathematicians, psychologists, etc.) working on problems related to behavioral robotics. We believe that only free exchange of ideas coming from various fields can efficiently foster development of such inherently interdisciplinary domain like robotics.

The journal accepts both theoretical and experimental papers in all subfields of robotics given they deal with adaptive autonomous systems or have biological/psychological inspiration or application and report on significant advances. Especially works combining various perspectives and those on the boundaries of different fields are encouraged. In particular topics covered in Paladyn include but are not limited to:

  • evolutionary robotics, genetic algorithms
  • developmental robotics
  • cognitive robotics
  • artificial life
  • artificial intelligence
  • visual cognition, computer vision
  • bio-robotics, animats
  • neural networks, neural computation
  • humanoids
  • human-robot interaction, symbiotic robots
  • machine learning, adaptation and imitation
  • development of language, speech recognition
  • cybernetics
  • intelligent control
  • self-organisation and emergent behaviors of mobile robots, swarm robotics

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