This is an old webpage. Updated information about the author can be found here.
I studied the MSc in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems in the School of Cognitive and Computer Sciences (COGS) of the University of Sussex (2001-2002).
I am now studying a PhD at the Center Leo Apostel of the Free University of Brussels. My advisors are Francis Heylighen and Diederik Aerts . My webpage at the VUB.
I have a wide variety of academic interests, including evolution of cognition, artificial societies, behaviour-based systems, complexity theory, philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, metaphysics, ontology, paraconsistent logics, artificial life, and virtual laboratories.
Pulbication list with abstracts, or without. Curriculum Vitæ.
My webpage in México unfortunately went down. You can find most of the things which were there here:
You will find most of my previous scientific and philosophical work, papers, computer programs, and art (1997-2001). My BEng thesis, "Artificial Societies of Intelligent Agents" is here.
My MSc Thesis: A Comparison of Different Cognitive Paradigms Using Simple Animats in a Virtual Laboratory, with Implications to the Notion of Cognition. [html] [pdf]
Knowledge Emerging from Behaviour
Random Boolean Networks
Contextuality: A Philosophical Paradigm, with Applications to Philosophy of Cognitive Science [pdf], [html]
Where is the Problem of "Where is the mind?"? [pdf], [html]
Philosophical Ideas on the Simulation of Social Behaviour [html]
Introduction to Chaos in Deterministic Systems [pdf], [html]
Artificial Neural Networks for Beginners [pdf], [html]
Artificial Societies of Intelligent Agents
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