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Examines the application of genetic algorithms in order to solve technical problems. Provides a working case study of a robotic spider and how it can learn to walk without being instructed in physics or explicitly programmed to perform that function.
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My life has generally been devoted to the pursuit of technical ambitions, being a graduate of Software Engineering and working for a financial services company as a software developer. However, I have many interests in humanities - history and politics mainly - providing fuel for my creative outlet of writing. I try and integrate equal parts of bleak and almost brutal analysis together with sardonic comedy to produce works that I hope will offer new perspectives and reflect actual social issues in the real world.
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This is little more than an unpublishable academic paper.