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*2009
61EEJae-Yoon Jung, James A. Reggia: Evolving an autonomous agent for non-Markovian reinforcement learning. GECCO 2009: 971-978
60EERansom K. Winder, James A. Reggia, Scott A. Weems, Michael F. Bunting: An Oscillatory Hebbian Network Model of Short-Term Memory. Neural Computation 21(3): 741-761 (2009)
2008
59EEJae-Yoon Jung, James A. Reggia: Nested evolution of an autonomous agent using descriptive encoding. GECCO 2008: 285-286
58EEJudy K. Frels, Debra Heisler, James A. Reggia: Predicting the Effects of Alternative Pricing Strategies in an Artificial Society Undergoing Technology Adoption. Soft Computing Applications in Business 2008: 35-55
57EEAlexander Grushin, James A. Reggia: Automated design of distributed control rules for the self-assembly of prespecified artificial structures. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 56(4): 334-359 (2008)
2006
56EEJae-Yoon Jung, James A. Reggia: Evolutionary Design of Neural Network Architectures Using a Descriptive Encoding Language. IEEE Trans. Evolutionary Computation 10(6): 676-688 (2006)
2005
55EEJudy K. Frels, Debra Heisler, James A. Reggia, Hans-Joachim Schuetze: A Cellular Automata Model of Competition in Technology Markets with Network Externalities. International Conference on Computational Science (2) 2005: 378-385
54EEZhijian Pan, James A. Reggia: Evolutionary Discovery of Arbitrary Self-replicating Structures. International Conference on Computational Science (2) 2005: 404-411
53EEReiner Schulz, James A. Reggia: Mirror Symmetric Topographic Maps Can Arise from Activity-Dependent Synaptic Changes. Neural Computation 17(5): 1059-1083 (2005)
52EEAlexander Grushin, James A. Reggia: Evolving processing speed asymmetries and hemispheric interactions in a neural network model. Neurocomputing 65-66: 47-53 (2005)
2004
51EEJae-Yoon Jung, James A. Reggia: A Descriptive Encoding Language for Evolving Modular Neural Networks. GECCO (2) 2004: 519-530
50EEAlejandro Rodríguez, James A. Reggia: Extending Self-Organizing Particle Systems to Problem Solving. Artificial Life 10(4): 379-395 (2004)
49EERansom K. Winder, James A. Reggia: Using distributed partial memories to improve self-organizing collective movements. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B 34(4): 1697-1707 (2004)
48EEReiner Schulz, James A. Reggia: Temporally Asymmetric Learning Supports Sequence Processing in Multi-Winner Self-Organizing Maps. Neural Computation 16(3): 535-561 (2004)
2002
47 Reiner Schulz, James A. Reggia: Predicting Nearest Agent Distances in Artificial Worlds. Artificial Life 8(3): 247-264 (2002)
46EEHui-Hsien Chou, Wei Huang, James A. Reggia: The Trend Cellular Automata Programming Environment. Simulation 78(2): 59-75 (2002)
2001
45EEJames A. Reggia, Yuri Shkuro, Natalia Shevtsova: Computational Investigation of Hemispheric Specialization and Interactions. Emergent Neural Computational Architectures Based on Neuroscience 2001: 68-82
44 James A. Reggia, Reiner Schulz, Gerald Wilkinson, Juan Uriagereka: Conditions Enabling the Evolution of Inter-Agent Signaling in an Artificial World. Artificial Life 7(1): 3-32 (2001)
2000
43EEYinong Chen, James A. Reggia: The temporal correlation hypothesis for self-organizing feature maps. Int. J. System Science 31(7): 911-921 (2000)
42 Svetlana Levitan, James A. Reggia: A Computational Model of Lateralization and Asymmetries in Cortical Maps. Neural Computation 12(9): 2037-2062 (2000)
1999
41 Svetlana Levitan, James A. Reggia: Interhemispheric effects on map organization following simulated cortical lesions. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 17(1): 59-85 (1999)
40EENatalia Shevtsova, James A. Reggia: Lateralization in a bihemispheric neural model of letter identification. Neurocomputing 26-27: 875-880 (1999)
1998
39 James A. Reggia, Hui-Hsien Chou, Jason D. Lohn: Cellular Automata Models of Self-Replicating Systems. Advances in Computers 47: 142-185 (1998)
38 Eytan Ruppin, James A. Reggia: Seeking order in disorder: computational studies of neurologic and psychiatric diseases. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 13(1-2): 1-12 (1998)
37 Linglan Edwards, Yun Peng, James A. Reggia: Computational Models for the Formation of Protocell Structures. Artificial Life 4(1): 61-77 (1998)
36 James A. Reggia, Jason D. Lohn, Hui-Hsien Chou: Self-Replicating Structures: Evolution, Emergence and Computation. Artificial Life 4(3): 283-302 (1998)
35 James A. Reggia, Sharon Goodall, Yuri Shkuro: Computational Studies of Lateralization of Phoneme Sequence Generation. Neural Computation 10(5): 1277-1297 (1998)
1997
34EECarol S. Whitney, James A. Reggia, Sungzoon Cho: Does Rotation of Neuronal Population Vectors Equal Mental Rotation? Connect. Sci. 9(3): 253-268 (1997)
33 Jason D. Lohn, James A. Reggia: Automatic discovery of self-replicating structures in cellular automata. IEEE Trans. Evolutionary Computation 1(3): 165-178 (1997)
1996
32EERegev Levi, Eytan Ruppin, Yossi Matias, James A. Reggia: Frequency-Spatial Transformation: A Proposal for Parsimonious Intra-Cortical Communication. Int. J. Neural Syst. 7(5): 591-598 (1996)
31 Yinong Chen, James A. Reggia: Alignment of coexisting cortical maps in a motor control model. Neural Computation 8(4): 731-755 (1996)
30 Sungzoon Cho, Min Jang, James A. Reggia: Effects of Varying Parameters on Properties of Self-Organizing Feature Maps. Neural Processing Letters 4(1): 53-59 (1996)
1995
29EEEytan Ruppin, James A. Reggia: Patterns of functional damage in neural network models of associative memory. Neural Computation 7(5): 1105-1127 (1995)
1994
28EEEytan Ruppin, James A. Reggia, David Horn: A Neural Model of Delusions and Hallucinations in Schizophrenia. NIPS 1994: 149-156
27EEEytan Ruppin, James A. Reggia: Patterns of damage in neural networks: The effects of lesion area, shape and number. NIPS 1994: 35-42
26 Steven L. Armentrout, James A. Reggia, M. Weinrich: A neural model of cortical map reorganization following a focal lesion. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 6(5): 383-400 (1994)
25 Stanley Tuhrim, James A. Reggia, Yun Peng: High-specificity neurological localization using a connectionist model. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 6(6): 521-532 (1994)
24EEHui-Hsien Chou, James A. Reggia, Rafael Navarro-Gonzalez, Jayoung Wu: An Extended Cellular Space Method for Simulating Autocatalytic Oligonucleotides. Computers & Chemistry 18(1): 33-43 (1994)
23EESungzoon Cho, James A. Reggia: Map Formation in Proprioceptive Cortex. Int. J. Neural Syst. 5(2): 87-101 (1994)
22EEGranger G. Sutton III, James A. Reggia, Steven L. Armentrout, C. Lynne D'Autrechy: Cortical Map Reorganization as a Competitive Process. Neural Computation 6(1): 1-13 (1994)
1993
21 James A. Reggia, Hui-Hsien Chou, Steven L. Armentrout, Yun Peng: Minimizing Complexity in Cellular Automata Models of Self-Replication. ISMB 1993: 337-344
20 James A. Reggia: Neural computation in medicine. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 5(2): 143-157 (1993)
19 Sungzoon Cho, James A. Reggia: Multiple disorder diagnosis with adaptive competitive neural networks. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 5(6): 469-487 (1993)
18EEJames A. Reggia, Yun Peng, Stanley Tuhrim: A connectionist approach to diagnostic problem solving using causal networks. Inf. Sci. 70(1-2): 27-48 (1993)
17EESungzoon Cho, James A. Reggia: Learning Competition and Cooperation. Neural Computation 5(2): 242-259 (1993)
16EEFrank E. McFadden, Yun Peng, James A. Reggia: Local conditions for phase transitions in neural networks with variable connection strengths. Neural Networks 6(5): 667-676 (1993)
1992
15EEYun Peng, James A. Reggia, Tao Li: A Connectionist Approach to Vertex Covering Problems. Int. J. Neural Syst. 3(1): 43-56 (1992)
1989
14EEYun Peng, James A. Reggia: A comfort measure for diagnostic problem solving. Inf. Sci. 47(2): 149-184 (1989)
13 Malle A. Tagamets, James A. Reggia: A Data Flow Implementation of a Competition-Based Connectionist Model. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 6(3): 704-714 (1989)
1988
12 Pearl Y. Wang, Stephen B. Seidman, James A. Reggia: Analysis of Competition-Based Spreading Activation in Connectionist Models. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 28(1): 77-97 (1988)
1987
11EEC. Lynne D'Autrechy, James A. Reggia: The MIRRORS/II simulator. Annual Simulation Symposium 1987: 121-132
1986
10 Yun Peng, James A. Reggia: Plausibility of Diagnostic Hypotheses: The Nature of Simplicity. AAAI 1986: 140-147
9EEJames A. Reggia, Sanjeev B. Ahuja: Selecting an approach to knowledge processing. Computers & OR 13(2-3): 329-331 (1986)
8 Connie Loggia Ramsey, James A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau, Andrew Ferrentino: A Comparative Analysis of Methods for Expert Systems. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 24(5): 475-499 (1986)
1985
7 James A. Reggia: Virtual Lateral Inhibition in Parallel Activation Models of Associative Memory. IJCAI 1985: 244-248
6EEJames A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau, Pearl Y. Wang: A formal model of diagnostic inference. I. Problem formulation and decomposition. Inf. Sci. 37(1-3): 227-256 (1985)
5EEJames A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau, Pearl Y. Wang, Yun Peng: A formal model of diagnostic inference, II. Algorithmic solution and application. Inf. Sci. 37(1-3): 257-285 (1985)
1984
4 Dana S. Nau, James A. Reggia: Relationships Between Deductive and Abductive Inference in Knowledge-Based Diagnostic Problem Solving. Expert Database Workshop 1984: 549-558
3 James A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau: An Abductive Non-Monotonic Logic. NMR 1984: 385-395
1983
2 James A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau, Pearl Y. Wang: A New Inference Method for Frame-Based Expert Systems. AAAI 1983: 333-337
1 James A. Reggia, Dana S. Nau, Pearl Y. Wang: Diagnostic Expert Systems Based on a Set Covering Model. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 19(5): 437-460 (1983)

Coauthor Index

1Sanjeev B. Ahuja [9]
2Steven L. Armentrout [21] [22] [26]
3Michael F. Bunting [60]
4Yinong Chen [31] [43]
5Sungzoon Cho [17] [19] [23] [30] [34]
6Hui-Hsien Chou [21] [24] [36] [39] [46]
7C. Lynne D'Autrechy [11] [22]
8Linglan Edwards [37]
9Andrew Ferrentino [8]
10Judy K. Frels [55] [58]
11Sharon Goodall [35]
12Alexander Grushin [52] [57]
13Debra Heisler [55] [58]
14David Horn [28]
15Wei Huang [46]
16Min Jang [30]
17Jae-Yoon Jung [51] [56] [59] [61]
18Regev Levi [32]
19Svetlana Levitan [41] [42]
20Tao Li [15]
21Jason D. Lohn [33] [36] [39]
22Yossi Matias [32]
23Frank E. McFadden [16]
24Dana S. Nau [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [8]
25Rafael Navarro-Gonzalez [24]
26Zhijian Pan [54]
27Yun Peng [5] [10] [14] [15] [16] [18] [21] [25] [37]
28Connie Loggia Ramsey [8]
29Alejandro Rodríguez [50]
30Eytan Ruppin [27] [28] [29] [32] [38]
31Hans-Joachim Schuetze [55]
32Reiner Schulz [44] [47] [48] [53]
33Stephen B. Seidman [12]
34Natalia Shevtsova [40] [45]
35Yuri Shkuro [35] [45]
36Granger G. Sutton III [22]
37Malle A. Tagamets [13]
38Stanley Tuhrim [18] [25]
39Juan Uriagereka [44]
40Pearl Y. Wang [1] [2] [5] [6] [12]
41Scott A. Weems [60]
42M. Weinrich [26]
43Carol S. Whitney [34]
44Gerald Wilkinson [44]
45Ransom K. Winder [49] [60]
46Jayoung Wu [24]

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