2016
Aleksandr Drozd, Olaf Witkowski, Satoshi Matsuoka, Takashi Ikegami: Critical mass in the emergence of collective intelligence: a parallelized simulation of swarms in noisy environments, Artificial Life and Robotics, 21.3: pp.317-323, 2016. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami, Naoto Horibe, and Martin Hanczyc : Potential Memory Effects in Self-Moving Oil Droplets, Int’l Journal of Uncon. Comp, pp.345-355, 2016.
Olaf Witkowski, Takashi Ikegami : Emergence of Swarming Behavior: Foraging Agents Evolve Collective Motion Based on Signaling, PLoS ONE, 11(4): e0152756, 2016. [PDF]
2015
Alexander Woodward, Tom Froese, Takashi Ikegami: Neural coordination can be enhanced by occasional interruption of normal firing patterns: A self-optimizing spiking neural network model , Neural Networks, pp.39-46, 2015. [PDF]
2014
Mizuki Oka, Hirotake Abe, Takashi Ikegami : Dynamic Homeostasis in Packet Switching Networks, Adaptive Behavior, pp.1-14, 2014. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Takashi Ikegami : Self-organization on social media: endo-exo bursts and baseline fluctuations, PLoS ONE, 9(10): e109293. doi:10. 1371/journal.pone.0109293, 2014. [PDF]
Tom Froese, Hiroyuki Iizuka, Takashi Ikegami: Using minimal human-computer interfaces for studying the interactive development of social awareness, Frontier. Psychol., 5 (1061), 2014. [PDF]
Eiko Matsuda, Julien Hubert, Takashi Ikegami: A Robotic Approach to Understanding the Role and the Mechanism of Vicarious Trial-And-Error in a T-Maze Task , PLoS ONE, 9(7): e102708, 2014. [PDF]
Tom Froese, Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami: Embodied social interaction constitutes social cognition in pairs of humans: A minimalist virtual reality experiment , Scientific Report. Vol. 4, No. 3672 [PDF]
Tom Froese, Nathaniel Virgo and Takashi Ikegami: Motility at the Origin of Life: Its Characterization and a Model, Artificial Life. 20(1), pp. 55-76, 2014. [PDF]
Nicholas Tomko, Inman Harvey, Nathaniel Virgo and Andy Philippides: Many Hands Make Light Work: Further Studies in Group Evolution, Artificial Life. 20(1), pp. 163-181, 2014 [PDF]
2013
Takashi Ikegami, A Design for Living Technology: Experiments with the Mind Time Machine. Artificial Life, Summer/Fall 2013, Vol. 19, No. 3(4), pp. 387-400, 2013. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka and Takashi Ikegami: Exploring Default Mode and Information Flow on the Web. PLoS ONE, 8(4): e60398, 2013. [PDF]
Tom Froese, Alex Woodward, and Takashi Ikegami: Turing instabilities in biology, culture, and consciousness? On the enactive origins of symbolic material culture Adaptive Behaviors, June 2013 21, pp. 199-214, 2013. [PDF]
Yuki Sato, Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami: Investigating Extended Embodiment Using a Computational Model and Human Experimentation Constructivist Foundations 9(1), pp. 73–84, 2013.
Takashi Ikegami: The Self-moving Oil Droplet as a Homeostat Constructivist Foundations 9(1), pp.114, 2013.
2012
Froese, T., Lenay, C. and Ikegami, T: Imitation by social interaction? Analysis of a minimal agent-based model of the correspondence problem. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6:202. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00202, 2012.
Ryoko Uno, Keisuke Suzuki, and Takashi Ikegami: An Experimental Approach to Speakers' Perspectives in a Paired Wall Game. Advances in Complex Systems15(3-4): 1150020-1 - 1150020-20, 2012.[PDF]
Geoff Nitschke, Martijn Schut, and Ágoston Eiben: Evolving Team Behaviors with Specialization. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines. 13(4): 493-536, 2012.
Tom Froese and Thomas Fuchs: The extended body: a case study in the neurophenomenology of social interaction. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences,Volume 11, Issue 2, pp 205-235, 2012. [PDF]
Tom Froese: From adaptive behavior to human cognition: a review of Enaction. Adaptive Behavior. 11(2): 205-235, 2012. [PDF]
Ryoko Uno, Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Rules or Stories in a Communication System: An Experimental Study Between a Pair of Human Subjects. Advances in Complex Systems.,in press, 2012.
Tom Froese: From Second-order Cybernetics to Enactive Cognitive Science: Varela’s Turn From Epistemology to Phenomenology. Systems Research and Behavioral Science. 28(6): 631-645, 2012. [PDF]
2011
Geoff Nitschke, Martijn Schut, and Ágoston Eiben: Evolving Behavioral Specialization in Robot Teams to Solve a Collective Construction Task. Swarm and Evolutionary Computation. 2(1): 25–38, 2011. [PDF]
Horibe Naoto, Hanczyc M.Martin, and Takashi Ikegami: Mode Switching and Collective Behavior in Chemical Oil Droplets. Entropy. 13(3):709-719, 2011. [PDF]
Tom Froese: Breathing new life into cognitive science. Avant. The Journal of the Philosophical-Interdisciplinary Vanguard. 2(1): 113-129, 2011. [PDF]
Tom Froese and Ezequiel A. Di Paolo: The Enactive Approach: Theoretical Sketches From Cell to Society. Pragmatics & Cognition. 19(1): 1-36, 2011. [PDF]
Steve Torrance, and Tom Froese: An inter-enactive approach to agency: Participatory sense-making, dynamics, and sociality. Humana.Mente. 15: 21-53, 2011. [PDF]
Eric Silverman, and Takashi Ikegami: Robustness in Artificial Life. Journal of Bio-Inspired Computating. 3(3): 179-186, 2011. [PDF]
Ryoko Uno, Davide Marocco, Stefano Nolfi, Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Proto-sentences in Artificial Communicating Systems. IEEE Autonomous Mental Development. 3(2): 146-153, 2011. [PDF]
2010
Takashi Ikegami: Studying a self-sustainable system by making a mind time machine.ACM Digital Library. 2010. [PDF]
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Adaptability and Homeostasis in the Game of Life interacting with the evolved Cellular Automata. J. Natural Computating Research. 1(3): 40-50, 2010. [PDF]
Kohei Nakajima and Takashi Ikegami: Dynamical Systems Interpretation of Reversal of Subjective Temporal Order Due to Arm Crossing. Adaptive Behavior. 18(3-4): 189-210, 2010. [PDF]
Eric Silverman and Takashi Ikegami: Robustness in Artificial Life. Int. J. Bio-Inspired Computing. 197-203. Vol. 2, No. 3, 2010.
Kenta Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Allometry and Catastrophic regime shifts in food chains. J. Theor. Biol. 267(1): 121-128, 2010. [PDF]
Martin M. Hanczyc and Takashi Ikegami: Chemical Basis for Minimal Cognition. Artificial Life. 16(3): 233-243, 2010. [PDF]
2009
Taro Toyota, Naoto Maru, Martin M. Hanczyc, Takashi Ikegami, and Tadashi Sugawara: Self-Propelled Oil Droplets Consuming “Fuel” Surfactant. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131(14):5012-5013, 2009. [PDF]
Jean-Julien Aucouturier and Takashi Ikegami: The Illusion of Agency: Two Engineering Approaches to Compromise Autonomy and Reactivity in an Artificial System. Adaptive Behavior. 17(5): 402-420, 2009. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami: Rehabilitating Biology as a Natural History. Adaptive Behavior. 17(4): 325-328, 2009. [PDF]
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Shapes and Self-movements in Autopoietic Cell Systems. Artificial Life. 15(1): 59-70, 2009. [PDF]
Martin M. Hanczyc and Takashi Ikegami: Protocells as smart agents for architectural design. Technoetic Arts. 7(2): 117-120, 2009.
Takashi Ikegami and Martin M. Hanczyc: The search for a First Cell under the Maximalism Design Principle. Technoetic Arts. 7(2): 153-164, 2009. [PDF]
2008
Jean-Julien Aucouturier, Yuta Ogai, and Takashi Ikegami: Using chaos to trade-off synchronization and autonomy in a dancing robot. in Trends and Controversies (Aucouturier, J.-J., ed.). IEEE Intelligent Systems. 23(2), 2008. [PDF]
Hisanano Takahashi, Naoto Horibe, Masakazu Shimada, and Takashi Ikegami: Analyzing the House Fly's Exploratory Behavior with Autoregression Methods. J. Phys. Soc. Japan. 77(8): 084802, 2008. [PDF]
Yuta Ogai and Takashi Ikegami: Microslip as a Simulated Artificial Mind. Adaptive Behavior. 16(2-3): 129-147, 2008. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Keisuke Suzuki: From a Homeostatic to a Homeodynamic Self. BioSystems. 91(2): 388-400, 2008. [PDF]
2007
Takashi Ikegami: Simulating Active Perception and Mental Imagery with Embodied Chaotic Itinerancy. J. Consciousness Studies. 14(7): 111-125, 2007. [PDF]
Fukui S., Fukatsu T., Ikegami T., Shimada M.: Endosymbiosis as a Compact Ecosystem with Material Cycling: Parasitism or Mutualism? J. Theor. Biol. 246(4): 746-754, 2007. [PDF]
Kazutoshi Sasahara and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Birdsong Syntax by Interjection Communication. Artificial Life. 13(3): 259-277, 2007. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Hiroyuki Iizuka: Turn-taking Interaction as a Cooperative and Co-creative Process. Infant Behavior and Development. 30(2): 278-288, 2007. [PDF]
Martin M. Hanczyc, Taro Toyota, Takashi Ikegami, Norman Packard and Tadashi Sugawara: Chemistry at the oil-water interface: Self-propelled oil droplets. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129(30): 9386 - 9391, 2007. [PDF]
2006
Taro Toyota, Hirotastu Tsuha, Koji Yamada, Katsuo Takakura, Takashi Ikegami and Tadashi Sugawara: Listeria-like motion of oil droplets. Chemistry Letters. 35(7), 708-709, 2006. [PDF]
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Spatial Pattern Induced Evolution of Self-replicating Loop Network. Artificial Life. 12(4), 461-485, 2006. [PDF]
Hiroshi C. Ito and Takashi Ikegami: Food-web Formation with Recursive Evolutionary Branching. J. Theor. Biol. 238(1), 1-10, 2006. [PDF]
2005
Takashi Ikegami: Neutral Phenotypes as Network Keystone Species. J. Population Ecology. 47(1): 21-29, 2005. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami: Dynamical Categories and Language. Behavioral Brain Science. 28(4):500, 2005.
Gen Masumoto, Takashi Ikegami A New formalization of a meta-game using the lambda calculus. BioSystems. 80. pp219-231. 2005.[PDF]
2004
Asaki Saito, Makoto Taiji and Takashi Ikegami: Inaccessibility in Online Learning of Recurrent Neural Networks. Phys. Rev. Lett. 93: 168101, 2004. [PDF]
Yuzuru Sato and Takashi Ikegami Undecidability in the Imitation Game. Minds and Machines 14: 133-143, 2004.[PDF]
Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami Simulated autonomous coupling in discrimination of light frequencies.Connection Science, 17: 283-299, 2004. [PDF]
Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami,Adaptability and Diversity in Simulated Turn-taking Behavior. Artificial Life 10: 361-378, 2004. [PDF]
2003
Takashi Ikegami, Gentaro Morimoto Chaotic Itinerancy in Coupled Dynamical Recognizers. CHAOS 13:1133-1147, 2003. [PDF]
2002
Etsushi Nameda, Toru Ohira, and Takashi Ikegami Dynamical systems's approach to the Busy Beaer Problem Computer Phys. Comm. 147: 637-640, 2002. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Koh Hashimoto: Dynamical Systems Approach to Higher-level Heritability J. Biol. Phys. 28: 799-804,2002. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Jun Tani: Chaotic itinerancy needs embodied cognition to explain memory dynamics. BBS 24 (5): 818-819, 2001.[PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Koh Hashimoto: Emergence of a New Attracting Set by a Mixed Strategy in Game Dynamics, J. Phys. Soc. Japan. 3221-3224, 2002.[PDF]
2001
Mark A. Bedau, John S. McCaskill, Norman H. Packard, Steen Rasmussen, Chris Adami, David G. Green, Takashi Ikegami, Kunihiko Kaneko, and Thomas S. Ray.:Open Problems in Artificial Life. Artificial Life 6(4): 363-376,2001. [PDF]
Koh Hashimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Heteroclinic Chaos, Chaotic Itinerancy and Neutral Attractors in Symmetrical Replicator Equations with Mutations j. Phys. Soc. Japan. 70:349-352,2001. [PDF]
2000
Yuzuru Sato and Takashi Ikegami: Nonlinear computation with switching map systems, J. UCS, 6(9):881,2000.[PDF]
Kouji Harada and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Specificity in an Immune Network, j. theor.biol. 203 :439-449, 2000.[PDF]
Naoaki Ono and Takashi Ikegami: Self-maintenance and Self-reproduction in an Abstract Cell Model J.Theor. Biol. 206: 243-253, 2000. [PDF]
1999
Takashi Ikegami: Evolvability of Machines and Tapes, J. Artificial Life and Robotics 3(4):242-245,1999.[PDF]
Makoto Taiji and Takashi Ikegami: Dynamics of internal models in game players Physica D, 134:253-266. 1999. [PDF]
Yuzuru Sato, Makoto Taiji and Takashi Ikegami: NP-completeness of kSAT and multifractals Computer Physics Comm. 121-122:51-53, 1999.[PDF]
Before 1998
Masanao Matsushima and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Strategies in the three-person Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Game journal of theoretical biology 195: 53-67, 1998.
Shin I. Nishimura and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Collective strategies in a prey-predator game model Artificial Life Journal 3(4): 243-260, 1998. [PDF]
Takashi Hashimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Net-grammar in Communicationg Agents BioSystems 38:1-14, 1996.[PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Takashi Hashimoto: Active Mutation in Self-Reproducing Networks of Machines and Tapes. Artificial Life 2: 305-318, 1995.[PDF]
Takashi Ikegami: From Genetic Evolution to Emergence of Game Strategies Physica D 75:310-327, 1994. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Kunihiko Kaneko: Evolution of Host-parasitoid network through Homeochaotic Dynamics. CHAOS 2: 397-408, 1992.[PDF]
Kunihiko Kaneko and Takashi Ikegami: Homeochaos: Dynamical stability of Symbiotic Network with Population Dynamics and Evolving Mutation Rates. Physica D 56:406-429, 1992.[PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Ichiro Tsuda :Measuring Complexity : A relative aspect of pattern recognition Int'l. J. Mod. Phys. C 3:447-458, 1992.[URL]
Takashi Ikegami and Kunihiko Kaneko: Genetic Fusion Phys. Rev. Lett. 65:3352-3355, 1990. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Kunihiko Kaneko: Computer Symbiosis-- Emergence of Symbiotic Behavior Through Evolution. Physica D 42:235-243, 1990.[PDF]
Takashi Ikegami :Dynamical Behaviors of the Immune Network. Prog.Theor.Phys. 81:309-320, 1989. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Suzuki, M.: Spatio-Temporal Patterns of a Plastic Network System Prog.Theor.Phys. 78:38-50, 1987.[PDF]
2015
Y.Mototake, and T.Ikegami A Simulation Study of Large Scale Swarms, SWARM 2015,pp.446-450, Kyoto university, Oct. 28-30, 2015. [PDF]
Atsushi Masumori, Norihiro Maruyama, Lana Sinapayen, Takeshi Mita, Urs Frey,Douglas Bakkum, Hirokazu Takahashi and Takashi Ikegami : Emergence of Sense-Making Behavior by the Stimulus Avoidance Principle: Experiments on a Robot Behavior Controlled by Cultured Neuronal Cells., ECAL2015, 2015.
Olaf Witkowski, Geoff Nitschke and Takashi Ikegami, Signal drives genetic diversity: an agent-based approach to speciation, Proceedings of the Twentieth International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, 20. January 2015. [PDF]
Yhoichi Mototake and Takashi Ikegami, The dynamics of deep neural networks, Proceedings of the Twentieth International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, 20. January 2015. [PDF]
2014
Norihiro Maruyama, Atsushi Masumori, Julien Hubert, Takeshi Mita, Douglas Bakkum, Hirokazu Takahashi and Takashi Ikegami : Designing a Robotic Platform Controlled by Cultured Neural Cells, ALIFE 14: THE FOURTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SYNTHESIS AND SIMULATION OF LIVING SYSTEMS, pp769-770, 2014. [PDF]
Nathaniel Virgo and Takashi Ikegami: There can be Only One: Reversible Cellular Automata and the Conservation of Genki. Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 530-531, 2014. [PDF]
Nathaniel Virgo, Simon McGregor and Takashi Ikegami: Self-Organising Autocatalysis. Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 498-505, 2014. [PDF]
Olaf Witkowski, Nathanael Aubert-Kato: Pseudo-Static Cooperators: Moving Isn’t Always about Going Somewhere. Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 392-397, 2014. [PDF]
Olaf Witkowski and Takashi Ikegami: Asynchronous Evolution: Emergence of Signal-Based Swarming. Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 302-309, 2014. [PDF]
Norihiro Maruyama, Atsushi Masumori, Julien Hubert, Takeshi Mita, Douglas Bakkum, Hirokazu Takahashi and Takashi Ikegami: Designing a Robotic Platform Controlled by Cultured Neural Cells. Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems., pp. 769-770, 2014. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Self-organization on social media: endo-exo bursts and baseline fluctuations. Workshop on Artificial Life and the Web (WebAL-1) at ALIFE 14, 2014. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka, Hirotake Abe, Takashi Ikegami: Dynamic Homeostasis in Packet Switching Network. Exploiting synergies between biology and artificial life technologies: tools, possibilities, and examples at ALIFE 14, 2014. [PDF]
Norihiro Maruyama, Itsuki Doi, Atsushi Masumori, Mizuki Oka, Takashi Ikegami, Victoria Vesna, Charles Taylor: Evolution of Artificial Soundscape in a Natural Environment. Exploiting synergies between biology and artificial life technologies: tools, possibilities, and examples at ALIFE 14, 2014. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Takashi Ikegami: Fluctuation and Burst Response in Social Media. The 2nd International Web Observatory Workshop WOW2014 at WWW 2014, pp. 1037-1042, 2014. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami, Mizuki Oka: Massive Data Flows: Self-organization of energy, material, and information flows. 6th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence ICAART 2014, pp. 237-242, 2014. [PDF]
2013
Olaf Witkowski and Geoff Nitschke : The Transmission of Migratory Behaviors, Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on Artificial Life, 12, pp1218-1220, 2013. [PDF]
Olaf Witkowski, Nathanaël Aubert : Size Does Matter: The Impact of Size on Hoarding Behaviour, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on The Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, 13, 542--543, 2013.
Nathaniel Virgo, Tom Froese and Takashi Ikegami: The Positive Role of Parasites in the Origins of Life, Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life, pp. 1-4, 2013. [PDF]
Norihiro Maruyama, Mizuki Oka, Takashi Ikegami: Creating Space-Time Affordances via an Autonomous Sensor Network, The 2013 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life,pp.67-73, 2013.
Eiko Matsuda, Takeshi Mita, Julien Hubert, Douglas Bakkum, Urs Frey, Andreas Hierlemann, Hirokazu Takahashi, and Takashi Ikegami: Analysis of neuronal cells of dissociated primary culture on high-density CMOS electrode array, Proceedings of 35th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, pp 1045-1048, IEEE, 2013. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka, Takashi Ikegami, Alex Woodward, Yiqing Zhu, Kazuhiko Kato: Cooperation, Congestion and Chaos in Concurrent Computation. Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013: Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 498–504. MIT Press, 2014. [PDF]
Virgo, N. and Ikegami, T: Autocatalysis Before Enzymes: The Emergence of Prebiotic Chain Reactions. In Liò, P. et al. (eds.), Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013: Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 240-247. MIT Press, 2013. [PDF]
Julien Hubert, Eiko Matsuda and Takashi Ikegami: Hebbian Learning in a Multimodal Environment, In Liò, P. et al. (eds.), Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013: Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 698-705. MIT Press, 2013. [PDF]
Eiko Matsuda, Takeshi Mita, Julien Hubert, Mizuki Oka, Douglas Bakkum, Urs Frey, Hirokazu Takahashi and Takashi Ikegami, Multiple time scales observed in spontaneously evolved neurons on high-density cmos electrode array, Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp 1075-1082, MIT press, 2013. [PDF]
2012
Olaf Witkowski, Geoff Nitschke, Takashi Ikegami : When is Happy Hour: An Agent's Concept of Time , Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on The Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, 13, 544--545, 2012. [PDF]
Olaf Witkowski, Geoff Nitschke, Takashi Ikegami : Time To Migrate: The Effect of Lifespan on Imitation and Culturally Learned Migration , 7th International Workshop on Natural Computing, 2012.
Froese, T., Ikegami, T., Virgo, N: The Behavior-Based Hypercycle: From Parasitic Reaction to Symbiotic Behavior. Artificial Life 13: Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, pp. 457-464, 2012.
Geoff Nitschke: Behavioral Heterogeneity and Collective Construction. In, Proceedings of the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation.,pp. 387-394, IEEE Press, Brisbane, Australia, 2012. [PDF]
Mizuki Oka and Takashi Ikegami :Characterizing Autonomy in the Web via Transfer Entropy, ALIFE 13, pp. 234-242, 2012.
Alexander Woodward, Patrice Delmas, Takashi Ikegami: An optimal parameter analysis and GPU acceleration of the image receptive fields neural network approach.IVCNZ pp. 222-226, 2012.
Tom Froese, Takashi Ikegami, and Mike Beaton: Non-Human Primates Cannot Decontextualize and Objectify the Actions of Their Conspecifics. In: T. C. Scott-Phillips, M. Tamariz, E. A. Cartmill and J. R. Hurford (eds.), The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference (EvoLang9). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 126-133, 2012. [PDF]
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2011
Ryoko Uno, Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: An interactive wall game as an evolution of proto language. Advances in Aritificial Life: Proc. of ECAL11. MIT Press, 813-819, 2011.
Ryoko Uno, Keisuke Suzuki, Takashi Ikegami: Exploring the texture of communication: The transparency of consciousness that links grammar and lexicon. ASSC. Handbook, 109, 2011.
Eiko Matsuda, Julien Hubert and Takashi Ikegami :A Robotic Approach to Understand the Role of Vicarious Trial-and-Error in a T-Maze Task, Proc. of ECAL 514-521, 2011. [PDF]
Yuki Sato, Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami :An Experimental and Computational Approach to the Dynamic Body Boundary Problem, Proc. of ECAL 721-728, 2011.
Eiko Matsuda, Julien Hubert and Takashi Ikegami :Examining the Role of Vicarious Tria-and-Error in a Robotic Experiment, ASSC 79, 2011. [PDF]
Marek McGann, Tom Froese, William Bigge, Adam Spiers, and Anli K. Seth: The Use of a Distal-to-Tactile Sensory Substitution Interface Does Not Lead to Extension of Body Image. In: B.G. Bardy, J. Lagarde and D. Mottet (Eds.), The International Conference SKILLS 2011. 1(60), 2011. [PDF]
Tom Froese, Nathaniel Virgo, and Takashi Ikegami: Life as a process of open-ended becoming: Analysis of a minimal model. Proc. of ECAL 2011 250-257, 2011. [PDF]
Tom Froese, Keisuke Suzuki, Sohei Wakisaka, Yuta Ogai, and Takashi Ikegami: From Artificial Life to Artificial Embodiment: Using human-computer interfaces to investigate the embodied mind ‘as-it-could-be’ from the first-person perspective. In: Kazakov, D. & Tsoulas, G. (eds.), Proceedings of AISB’11: Computing & Philosophy. York, UK: Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behavior, 43-50, 2011. [PDF]
Eiko Matsuda, Julien Hubert, Takashi Ikegami: The Role of Vicarious Trial-And-Error in a T-Maze Task Proceedings of Morphological Computation 2011 2011. [PDF]
Yuki Sato, Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami: An Experimental and Computational Approach to the Dynamic Body Boundary Problem. Proc. of ECAL 2011. 721-728, 2011.
Takashi Ikegami, Mizuki Oka and Horitake Abe: Autonomy of the Internet: complexity of flow dynamics in a packet switching network, ECAL, 364-371, 2011.
Mizuki Oka and Takashi Ikegami: The Web as a New Framework for Understanding the Mind, ASSC, 2011.
Geoff Nitschke, Korbus de Bruyn, and Willem van Heerden: Evolutionary Algorithms and Particle Swarm Optimization for Artificial Language Evolution. In, Proceedings of the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation. 1110-1108, IEEE Press, New Orleans, USA, 2011.[PDF]
Geoff Nitschke, Carina Viljoen, and Willem van Heerden: Evolving Fictional Dialogue: Evolutionary Algorithms and Aesthetic Selection. In, Proceedings of the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation. 1108-1116, IEEE Press, New Orleans, USA, 2011.[PDF]
2010
Keisuke Suzuki, Ryoko Uno, Takashi Ikegami: Language as autopoiesis: Experimental approach to agency in linguistic communication. Artificial Life XII: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems. MIT Press, 860-861, 2010.
Keisuke Suzuki, Ryoko Uno, Takashi Ikegami: Language as autopoiesis: Experimental approach to agency in linguistic communication. Artificial Life XII: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Sythesis and Simulation of Living Systems. MIT Press, 860-861, 2010.
Takashi Ikegami and Yuta Ogai: Self-organization of Subjective Time and Sustainable Autonomy in Mind Time Machine. Artificial Life XII : Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. 624-625, 2010.
2009
Naoto Horibe, Martin M. Hanczyc and Takashi Ikegami: Shape and Motion dynamics in Self-Moving Oil Droplets, The 3rd International Symposium on Mobiligence, 367-371, 2009.
Yuta Ogai, Ryoko Uno and Takashi Ikegami: From Active Perception to Language - Analysis of Onomatopoeias using a Tactile Display -, The 3rd International Symposium on Mobiligence, 382-386, 2009.
Julien Hubert, Eiko Matsuda, Eric Silverman, and Takashi Ikegami: A robotic approach to understand robust systems The 3rd International Symposium on Mobiligence. 361-366, 2009. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami: Homeodynamics, Shape and Motion dynamics in Self-Moving Oil Droplets” at “What is Evolution?, Organized by Murase, Kyoto, Japan, 2009.
Takashi Ikegami: Is Life an Emergent property?, The Origin of Life” conference (organized by Luisi Luigi, San Sebastian, Spain, 2009.
2008
Ryoko Uno: Perspectives and causal clauses in Japanese and English, The Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan, 2008.
Ryoko Uno, Davide Marocco, Stefano Nolfi and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of sentence types in simulated adaptive agents, The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference (EVOLANG7) 323-330, 2008.
Takashi Ikegami: Artificial Life is Dead, Artificial Life XI, Winchester, UK, keynote, 2008
Duraid Madina Circuit and Physical Design of the MDGRAPE-4 on chip network links, At the International Workshop on System level Interconnect Prediction, New Castle, UK, 2008.
2007
Hiroki Matsuno, Martin M. Hanczyc, and Takashi Ikegami: Self-maintained Movements of Droplets with Convection Flow. ACAL. 179-188, 2007.
Hiroki Matsuno, Martin M. Hanczyc and Takashi Ikegami: Self-maintained Movements of Droplets with Convection Flow, ACAL,179-188, 2007. [PDF]
Ryoko Uno, Davide Marocco, Stefano Nolfi and Takashi Ikegami: Transition from Imperatives to Declaratives in Artificial Communicating Systems, Workshop "Social Learning in Embodied Agents" in 9th European Conference on Artifitial Life, Lisbon, Portugal. September 10-14, 2007. [PDF]
Uno, Ryoko and Takashi Ikegami: Two Types of Speaker Involvement Scales and Causal Connectives in Japanese, 10th International Cognitive Linguistic Conference, Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Poland, Handbook 277-278, July 15-21, 2007.
Kohei Nakajima, Soya Shinkai, Takashi Ikegami: Formal Model of Embodiment on Abstract Systems. From Hierarchy to Heterarchy, ECAL, 1110-1119, 2007.
J. Aucoutier, Yuta Ogai and Takashi Ikegami: Making a robot dance to music using chaotic itinerancy in a network of FitzHugh-Nagumo neurons, Proc. of the 14th Int’l Conf. on Neural Informaiton Processing, 2007. [PDF]
Asaki Saito, Makoto Taiji, and Takashi Ikegami: Dynamical Singularities in Online Learning of Recurrent Neural Networks, FOCI, 174-179, 2007.
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Membrane as an Interface in a Simple Metabolic Cell, International Conference on Morphological Computation, Venezia, Italy, 2007.
Takashi Ikegami: From Chaos to Cosmos: Integration in Biological Systems, Yamada Science Foundation 3, Shouna, Japan, 2007.
2006
Gentaro Morimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Coherent Coordinated Behavior in a Network of Homogeneous Active Elements, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, 510-521, 2006.
Gentaro Morimoto, Takashi Ikegami: Development of Haptic Perception by Homogenenous Active Elements, Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems, 178-179, 2006.[PDF]
2005
Takashi Ikegami: Chaotic Itinerancy, Active Perception and Mental Imagery, the proceedings of the Symposium on Next Generation Approaches to Machine Consciousness, Hatfield, UK, 36-39. ISBN1-902956468, 2005.[PDF]
Hiroyuki Iizuka, Takashi Ikegami: Emergence of Body Image and the Dichotomy of Sensory and Motor Activity, the proceedings of the Symposium on Next Generation Approaches to Machine Consciousness, Hatfield, UK, 104-109, 2005. [PDF]
Kazutoshi Sasahara and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Song Comunication in a 2D Space, ECAL LNAI 3630 (eds. M. Capcarrere et al. ), 835-844, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2005.
2004
Yuta Ogai, Takashi Ikegami: Microslip as a dynamical system, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Human and Artificial Intelligence Systems, Advanced Knowledge International Pty. Ltd., 215-220, 2004. [PDF]
Masumi Nasukawa, Gentaro Morimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Sensory-motor Coordination Physical Coherency, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Human and Artificial Intelligence Systems, (Advanced Knowledge International Pty. Ltd.), 401-406, 2004.
Gentaro Morimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Plastic Sensory-motor Coupling and Dynamic Categorization, Artificial Life, MIT press, 188-193, 2004. [PDF]
Kazutoshi Sasahara and Takashi Ikegami: Song Grammars as Complex Sexual Displays, Artificial Life, MIT press, 194-199, 2004. [PDF]
Duraid Madina and Takashi Ikegami: Cellular Formation in a 3D Molecular Dynamics System with Chemistry, Artificial Life, MIT press, 461-465, 2004.
Chris Salzberg, Hiroki Sayama and Takashi Ikegami: A Tangled Hierarchy of Graph- Constructing Graphs, Artificial Life, MIT press, 495-500, 2004.
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Self-repairing and Mobility of a Simple Cell, Artificial Life, MIT press, 421-426, 2004. [PDF]
Gentaro Morimoto and Takashi Ikegami: Exploration Behavior in Shape Discrimination, AI Robotics and Control Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Human and Artificial Intelligence Systems, Advanced Knowledge International Pty. Ltd., 209-214, 2004.[PDF]
Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami: Adaptive Coupling and Intersubjectivity in Simulated Turn-Taking Behaviours, Advances in Artificial Life, Springer, Banzhaf et al., 336-345, 2004. [PDF]
2003
Keisuke Suzuki and Takashi Ikegami: Interaction based Evolution of Self-replicating Loop Structures. Advances in Artificial Life Springer, Banzhaf et al., 89-96, 2003. [PDF]
Kazutoshi Sasahara and Takashi Ikegami: Coevolution of Birdsong Grammar without Imitation. Advances in Artificial Life Springer, Banzhaf et al., 482-490, 2003. [PDF]
Duraid Madina, Naoaki Ono and Takashi Ikegami: Cellular Evolution in a 3D Lattice Artificial Chemistry. Advances in Artificial Life Springer, Banzhaf et al., 59-68, 2003. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Hiroyuki Iizuka: Joint attention and Dynamics repertoire in Coupled Dynamical Recognizers. the proceedings of the AISB 03: the Second International Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts 125-130, 2003. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami, Tomoharu Iwata, and Koh Hashimoto: A Network fo Dynamic Keystone Species. Artificial Life VIII (eds. R.K. Standish, M.A. Bedau and H.A. Abbass, MIT) 216-222, 2003. [PDF]
Hiroshi Ito and Takashi Ikegami: Evolutionary Dynamics of a Food Web with Recursive Branching and Extinction. Artificial Life VIII(eds. R.K. Standish, M.A. Bedau and H.A. Abbass, MIT) 207-215, 2003. [PDF]
Hiroyuki Iizuka and Takashi Ikegami: Simulating Turn-taking Behaviors with Coupled Dynamical Recognizers. Artificial Life VIII (eds. R.K. Standish, M.A. Bedau and H.A. Abbass, MIT) 319-328, 2003. [PDF]
2001
Gen Masumoto and Takashi Ikegami: The Lambda Game System - An approach to a meta game-. Advances in Artificial Life LNAI 2159 (eds. J.Kelemen and P.Sosik, Springer) 695-699, 2001. [PDF]
Naoaki Ono and Takashi Ikegami: Artificial Chemistry: Computational Studies on the Emergence of Self-Reproducing Units. Advances in Artificial Life LNAI 2159 (eds. J.Kelemen and P.Sosik, Springer), 186-195, 2001.
1999
Takashi Ikegami and Makoto Taiji: Imitation and Cooperation in Coupled Dynamical Recognizers. Advances in Artificial Life. eds. Floreano,D. et al., Springer-Verlag, 545-554, 1999.
Yuzuru Sato and Takashi Ikegami: Undecidability of the Imitation Game (eds. Dautenhahn et al.) Imitation in Animals and Artifacts in the Proceedings of the AISB '99 Symposium (publ. The society for the study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation Behavior), 157-159, 1999.
Kouji Harada, and Takashi Ikegami: Evolution of Multispecificity in an Immune Network Advances in Artificial Life. (Springer-Verlag), 427-431, 1999.
Naoaki Ono and Takashi Ikegami: Model of Self-replicating cell capable of self-maintenance. Advances in Artificial Life LNAI 1674 eds. D.Floreano et al., Springer, 398-406, 1999. [PDF]
Before 1998
Takashi Ikegami and Makoto Taiji: Structures of Possible Worlds in a Game of Players with Internal Models Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica 91:283-292, 1998. [PDF]
Shin I. Nishimura and Takashi Ikegami: Emergence and Maintenance of Relationships among Agents. Artificial Life VI (eds. C. Adami, R. Belew, H. Kitano and C. Taylor), MIT Press, 438-442, 1998.
Takashi Ikegami and Takashi Hashimoto: Replication and Diversity in Machine-Tape Coevolutionary Systems Artificial Life V (eds. C.Langton and K.Shimohara, MIT press) 426-33, 1997.
Takashi Ikegami and Takashi Hashimoto: Coevolution of Machines and Tapes Advances Advances in Artificial Life, Proceedings of Third European Conference on Artificial Life(eds. F.Moran et al., LNAI 929). 234-245, 1995
Takashi Ikegami: Ecology of Evolutionary Game Strategies the proceedings of international symposium on European Conference for Artificial Life(May, Brussels), 1993.
2015
Olaf Witkowski. Evolution of Coordination and Communication in Groups of Embodied Agents, Published as PhD thesis, Library for Engineering and Information Science & Technology, University of Tokyo. Japan. March 2015.
2011
Kenta Suzuki: Structural instability, multiple stable states and hysteresis in food webs.
Yuta Ogai: Constructive Research of Active Perception by Cognitive Experiment and Simulation Using Neural Networks.
2009
Ken Suzuki: Propagational Investment Currency SYstem (PICSY): Proposing a New Currency System Using Social Computing.
Salzberg Christopher: Community Translation in a Multilingual Online Environment: Case Study and Theoretical Framework
Kohei Nakajima: Theory of Active Cognition Based on Sensorimotor Coupling System.
Duraid Madina: Computer Architecture for Compute-Limited Scientific Models.
2008
Hiroki Matsuno: Self-maintained Movements of Droplets with Convection Flow.
2007
Etsushi Nameda: Dynamical Systems Approach to the Busy Beaver Problem.
Gentaro Morimoto: Exploration and Categorization in Dynamical Systems Models of Active Perception.
Keisuke Suzuki: Self-movement and Autopoiesis in a Cell Model.
2006
Ryoko Uno: Detecting and Sharing Perspectives Using Causals: A Case of Japanese Causals.
2005
Kazutoshi Sasahara: Evolution of Complexity and Diversity in Simulated Birdsong Grammars.
2004
Hiroyuki Iizuka: Subjective Coupling and Embodied Cognition in Simulated Vehicles.
2003
Gen Masumoto: The Lambda Game System: an approach to a meta-game.
2001
Naoaki Ono: Artificial Chemistry: Computational studies on the emergence of self-reproducing unit.
Koh Hashimoto: Numerical Studies on Complex Behavior in Replicator Dynamics.
2000
Koji Harada: Dynamic Estblishment of Natural Torelance in an Immune Network System.
Yuzuru Sato:Logic and Computation in Dynamical Systems.
Before 1999
Shin I. Nishimura: Simulated Group Motion of Artifichial Animals.
Eken S. Yoshikawa: Evolution of Mutualism in a Host-Parasite Game Dynamics System.
Takashi Hashimoto: Evolution of Code and Communication in Dynamical Networks.
大海悠太・宇野良子・池上高志: オノマトペとアクティブ知覚:触覚ディスプレイを用いた実験篠原和子・宇野良子(編)近づく音と意味:オノマトペ研究の射程, ひつじ書房, (2012年8月刊行予定)
Takashi Ikegami,Living Technology: 5 Questions Automatic Press / VIP (edited by Mark Bedau, Pelle Guldborg Hansen , Emily Parke) 95-104, 2010
Ryoko Uno: Detecting and Sharing Perspectives Using Causals in Japanese. Hituzi Syobo Publishing., 2009.
Ryoko Uno and Takashi Ikegami: The role of uncertainty in communication: Analysis of atypical grammatical usage and simulating game players. Minett, James W. & Wang, William S-Y. (eds.) Language, Evolution, and the Brain. Hong Kong : City University of Hong Kong Press. 239-260, 2009.
Naoaki Ono, Duraid Madina and Takashi Ikegami: Origin of Life and Lattice Artificial Chemistry Protocells: Bridging Nonliving and Living Matter(S. Rasmussen et al. Ed.). MIT Press, 197-212, 2009.
Takashi Ikegami, Ogai, Y., Evala, H., Shibuya, M and Shibuya,K :Filmachine/filmachine phonics. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami and Jordan Zlatev:From pre-representational cognition to language. In Body, Language and Mind, vol. 2. Zlatev, Jordan; Ziemke, Tom; Frank, Roz; Dirven, Ren (eds.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter,2007. 241-283. [PDF]
Takashi Ikegami, and Hiroyuki Iizuka :Turn-taking and Styles of Motion. In the `Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions' Cambridge University Press, edited by Chrystopher Nehaniv and Kerstin Dautenhan, 301-321, 2007.
Jordan Pollack, Mark Bedau, Phil Husbands, Takashi Ikegami, and Richard A. Watson. :Artificial Life IX Cambridge: MITpress 2004.
Ichiro Tsuda and Takashi Ikegami: A book review on Endophysics: The World As An Interface. Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society. 7:213-214, 2002.
Yuzuru Sato, Makoto Taiji and Takashi Ikegami:On the power of nonlinear mappings in switching map systems. Unconventional Models of Computation UMC2K. Springer-Verlag, 234-247, 2000.
Yuzuru Sato M. Makoto Taiji, and Takashi Ikegami: Self-similar sets as satisfiable Boolean expressions. Unconventional Models of Computation. Springer-Verlag, 352-370, 1998.
Takashi Ikegami and Yoshikawa, E.S, :Chaos and Evolution of Cooperative Behavior in a Host-parasite Game in Towards the Harnessing of Chaos (ed. M.Yamaguchi, Springer)63-72. 1995.
池上高志:『動きが生命をつくる:生命と意識への構成論的アプローチ』青土社, 2007.
池上高志:身体化された記号:シンボルグラウンディング問題 『生命システムをどう理解するか』(浅島誠編集, 共立出版), 題11章および第3部, 2007.
池上高志:ゲーム理論のフロンティア松田裕之との共編集, サイエンス社, 2006.
池上高志:知覚の複雑系理論 『16歳からの東大冒険講座 第3巻』 培風館, 2005.
池上高志:生命進化を理解する〜進化可能性をめぐって〜 『生命の起源』(伏見譲 監修)7章, 丸善(東京), 2004.
池上高志:言語と認知の相互作用様式 『ことばの認知科学辞典』(編:辻幸夫) 158-175, 大修館書店, 2001.
池上高志: ゲームでみる生命の複雑さの理論, ゲーム(東京大学出版会), 105-144, 1999.
金子邦彦, 池上高志: 『複雑系の進化的シナリオ』, 朝倉出版, 1998.
池上高志: マシンとテープにみる自己複製と突然変異. 『遺伝的アルゴリズム3』 産業図書, 337-362, 1997.
池上高志: カオス, 進化, ゲーム (人工生命ー情報と生命とCGの交差点ー), 共立出版, 第3章, 1994.
Takashi Ikegami, Default mode network in the Web dynamics at the 2nd Discussion Symposium on Artificial Life and Biomimetic Functional Materials, Sapporo, December 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Living Technology: Affordance, Computation and Time, at MICRO WAVE, Hong Kong, November 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Mind Time Machine as a Living Technology at Meta.Morf 2012, Trondheim September 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Maximalism at TEDxTokyo, Tokyo, June 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, The Evolution of Chemical Replicators and the Autonomous Sensor Network at Symposium of Origins of Infomration Processing: Evolution at Mutliple Levels, Utecht, May 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, The Default Mode Network of the Brain, Transfer Entropy Network and Information Turbulence in the Web., Brighton, Februrary 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Workshop on "Emergence of communication. From artificial agents to human experiments", Plymouth, Februrary 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Google Tech Talk, Mountain View, January 2012.
Takashi Ikegami, Computer Vision. New Zealand, November 2011.
Takashi Ikegami, 京都大学国際 Forum「新たな知の統合に向けて」, 京都, October 2011.
Takashi Ikegami, JAWS (合同エージェントワークショップ) 熱海, October 2011.
Takashi Ikegami: Design for Living Technology: Exploring Autonomy and Sustainability in Artificial Life Systems in the Real World, ICMC2011 Italy, September 2011
Takashi Ikegami, A workshop at the International Conference on Unconventional Computation: with Spatio-temporal Dynamics, Tokyo, June 23-24, 2010.
Takashi Ikegami, The Second International symposium on Computational Neuroscience, June 18, KIST, Seoul, Korea, 2010.
Takashi Ikegami, International Workshop on Architecture at Artificial Life XII, Odense, Denmark, August 19, 2010.
Takashi Ikegami, International Workshop on Self-Sustaining systems (S3), keynote. Tokyo, September 27-28, 2010.
Takashi Ikegami: The Origin of Life and the Self-moving Droplet at What is Evolution? organized by Murase, Kyoto, Japan, 2009.
Takashi Ikegami: Is Life an Emergent property? at The Origin of Life” conference. organized by Luisi Luigi, San Sebastian, Spain, 2009.
池上高志, 生命とは何か, 人とは何か, ダーウィン生誕200年記念ワークショップ(奈良女子大)
Takashi Ikegami. Artificial Life is Dead, Artificial Life XI ( Winchester, UK)keynote, 2008.
池上高志, Making Autonomous Movementin Computer and Chemistry, 2008.
Takashi Ikegami: From Chaos to Cosmos: Integration in Biological Systems : sponsored by Yamada Science Foundation 3, Shouna, Japan, 2007.
Takashi Ikegami, International School on Complexity: Course on Statistical Physics of Social Dynamics: Opinions, Semiotic Dynamics, and Language. Erice, Italy, 2007.
Takashi Ikegami: Language, Evoluiton and Brain. Nara, 2008.
Takashi Ikegami, International Conference on Morphological Computation, Venezia, Italy, 2007.
Takashi Ikegami, Modeling Autonomy Workshop. San Sebastian, Spain, 2007.
丸山 典宏 岡 瑞起 阿部 洋丈 池上 高志 , TCP/IP Network 及び Echo State Network を用いた学習機モデル, The 29th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, 2015
本武陽一,池上高志 : Deep Neural Networks の力学的解析, 2015年度人工知能学会全国大会(第29回), 北海道, 2C3-OS-06b-4in,2015. [PDF]
本武陽一,池上高志 : 大自由度ボイドモデルの解析, 日本物理学会第70回年次大会, 22aAJ-4,2015.
升森敦士, 丸山典宏, 三田毅, Douglas Bakkum, Urs Frey, 高橋宏知, 池上高志 : 身体性を持たせた培養神経回路網の原理とダイナミクス, 日本物理学会第70回年次大会, 22pPSB-49,2015.
升森 敦士, 丸山 典宏, 三田 毅, Frey Urs, Bakkum Douglas, 高橋 宏知, 池上 高志 : 身体性を持たせた培養神経回路網における「刺激を避ける原理」による自律的な適応行動の生成, 2015年度人工知能学会全国大会(第29回), 北海道, 4L1-2, 2015. [PDF]
本武 陽一, 岡 瑞起, 池上 高志 : ディープニューラルネットワーク内ダイナミクスの力学的解析, 2014年度人工知能学会全国大会(第28回), 愛媛, 3H4-OS-24b-4, 2014. [PDF]
土井 樹, 池上 高志 : 個の振る舞いとその全体の雰囲気の関係性, 2014年度人工知能学会全国大会(第28回), 愛媛, 2D3-5, 2014. [PDF]
升森 敦士, 丸山 典宏, 三田 毅, Frey Urs, Bakkum Douglas, 高橋 宏知, 池上 高志 : 身体化された培養神経回路網の活動の時空間解析, 2014年度人工知能学会全国大会(第28回), 愛媛, 2D3-3, 2014. [PDF]
丸山 典宏, 升森 敦士, 池上 高志 : 高密度電極アレイを用いた培養神経細胞による実環境ロボットの構築, 2014年度人工知能学会全国大会(第28回), 愛媛, 2D3-4, 2014. [PDF]
池上高志: "ハウルの動く城のような", 映像メディア情報学会誌,Vol.65, No.3, pp 319-324,2011.[PDF]
岡瑞起, 池上高志: ウェブにおける複雑な時間地形. 第2回復雑コミュニケーションサイエンス研究会, 2011.
岡瑞起, 阿部洋丈, 池上高志: パケットスイッチングネットワークのフローダイナミックスにみるインターネットの自律性. Joint Agent Workshop and Symposium 2011, (JAWS 2011).
池上高志, 岡瑞起: 人と環境にみる高次元のデータフローの生成と解析. 人口知能学会全国大会(第25回), 2011.
岡瑞起,橋本康弘,笹原和俊,池上高志, カートグラムを用いた空間のアフォーダンスの可視化, インタラクション 2011.
宇野良子・鍜治伸裕・大海悠太・池上高志・喜連川優:オノマトペの意味共有度と主観性. 第25回人工知能学会予稿集: 243-244, 2011.
橋本康弘,笹原和俊,岡瑞起,池上高志: 動く地図:自律的バネモデルによる空間情報地図の解析. 第23回自律分散システムシンポジウム, 2010.
宇野良子・鈴木啓介・池上高志: 楽しさで育つ文法の探求:人工コミュニケーションツールを用いた実験. 認知科学会第28回大会発表論文集: 237−242, 2010.
大海 悠太, 池上 高志: ニューラルネットワークと触覚ディスプレイを用いたアクティブタッチの研究 〜 「うねうね」と「ざらざら」の触感の構成 〜, 信学技報, vol.109, No.83, HIP2009-51, 17-21, 2009. [URL]
大海 悠太, 池上 高志 : 複雑系としてのマイクロスリップの数理的研究. 生態心理学研究, Volume 4, No. 1, 39-50, 2009. [URL]
宇野 良子, 大海 悠太, 池上 高志: オノマトペの認知言語学的分析:言語に見られるアクティブ知覚の考察. 日本認知科学会第26回大会, 2009. [PDF]
池上高志: 生命とは何か, 人とは何か. ダーウィン生誕200年記念ワークショプ, 奈良, 2009.
池上高志:複雑系科学とサウンドアート. 生存科学研究所 B Vol. 18, No. 3, 37-50, 2008.[PDF]
宇野良子: 接続助詞『から』と『ので』を含む複文の認知的分析―発話の場のダイナミズムと文法―」森雄一・西村義樹・山田進・米山三明(編)『ことばのダイナミズム. くろしお出版, 51-67, 2008.
宇野良子: 日本語の文のタイプとジョイント・アテンション. 『第二回博報「ことばと文化・教育」研究助成成果論文集』, 105-107, 2008.
宇野良子: 自然言語のダイナミズムへ―相互作用から文が立ち現れるかを考える―. 高木拓明・宇野良子(編), 『統計数理研究所共同研究リポート217 動的システムの情報論(7) 自然言語のダイナミズム』,北海道大学数学講究録134, 3-12, 2008. [URL]
池上高志: センサーと心, 物性研究, 88:3(20070620):444-447, 動的システムの情報論6 統計数理研究所共同研究リポート205, 統計数理研究所, 2007. [PDF]
大海 悠太, 池上 高志: 人間の選択によって進化したダイナミクスと触覚ディスプレイを用いた アクティブタッチの研究, 物性研究, 88:3(20070620):440-443, 動的システムの情報論6 統計数理研究所共同研究リポート205, 統計数理研究所, 2007. [PDF]
宇野良子, 池上高志: 二つの話者関与度スケールの相関 . 『日本認知言語学会論文集第7巻』, 2007.
大海悠太, 渋谷慶一郎, 江原寛人, 池上高志: 音響ソフトウェアとインスタレーションのための複雑系の生成システムの設計, 情報処理学会研究報告[音楽情報科学], Vol2007, No.127, 17-22, 2007.
大海悠太, 渋谷慶一郎, 江原寛人, 池上高志: 複雑系の生成システムを用いた音響ソフトウェアの開発とインスタレーション, 情報処理学会研究報告[音楽情報科学], Vol2007, No.102, 55-60, 2007.
宇野良子, 池上高志: 視点と時間―カラ節のテンスの分析―. 『日本認知言語学会論文集第6巻』, 215-223, 2006.[PDF]
池上高志:意識を担うダイナミクス. 科学, Vol. 76 ,2006.
宇野良子: 理由節を含む複文が表す静的関係の認知的分析. 『言語情報科学4』,35-49, 2006.
宇野良子, 池上高志:一人称的説明による理由文の分析ー構成論的アプローチから認知言語学へー. 日本認知言語会論文集第5巻,78-83, 2005.
池上高志: ゲーム理論の新展開ーその思想と展望をひらく1(ゲームとその背後の認知行為), 数理科学, No. 489 ,2004.
池上高志: 構成論的な知覚と身体性の理解, 子どもと発育発達,2.3号 ,157-162,2004.
池上高志: 運動と言語進化, 科学, Vol.74, No.12, 2004.
池上高志: 言語/認知/複雑系, 人工知能学会誌, Vol.19 No.2,267-272, 2004.
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