• Doc. Ing. Pavel Nahodil, CSc.

    Associate Professor, Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering and in Intelilligent Mobile Robots Control. Head of Mobile Robotics Group. Was born in Prague, Czech Republic. Since 1986 he has been a Professor of Technical Cybernetics at the Department of Cybernetics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, CTU in Prague. His present professional interest includes artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, intelligent robotics (control systems of humanoids) and artificial life approaches in general. He is (co-)author of several books, university lecture notes, hundreds of scientific papers and some collection of scientific studies. He is also the international conferences organizer + reviewer (IPC Member) and a member of many Editorial Boards. Contact information is here.

    Current Projects

    - Hybrid Artificial Neural Network Systems Project 
    - Architect – Neuroevolution of Hybrid Artificial Neural Network Systems Project 

    Finished Projects

    Mobile Robotics Group finished many projects from 1992 until now, these projects can be found on original site of this group: here.

    Publications

    2014

    • P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science,” , V. Kvasnička, J. Pospíchal, P. Návrat, D. Chalupa, and L. Clementis, Ed., Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies SUT in Bratislava, 2014, pp. 159-186, ISBN: 978-80-227-4208-5.
      [Bibtex]
      @INBOOK{oursbookslovakia2014,
        chapter = {Ethology-Inspired Design of Autonomous Agents in Domain of Artificial Life},
        title = {Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science},
        publisher = {Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies SUT in Bratislava},
        year = {2014},
        pages = {159-186},
        editor = {Kvasnička, V. and Pospíchal, J. and Návrat, P. and Chalupa, D. and Clementis, L.},
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        note = {ISBN: 978-80-227-4208-5},
      abstract = {This chapter describes new methods of designing of autonomous agents. We inspire ourselves in fields as Artificial Intelligence, Ethology and Biology, while designing our agents. Typical course of agent’s life is similar to newly born animal, which continuously learns itself: consequently from basic information about its environment towards the ability to solve complex problems. Our latest architecture integrates several learning and action-selection mechanisms into one more complex system. The main advantages of such an agent are in its total autonomy, the ability to gain all information from a surrounding environment. Also, the ability to efficiently decompose potentially huge decision space into a hierarchy of smaller spaces enables the agent to successfully learn and “live” also in very complex domains. Unsupervised learning is triggered mainly by agent’s predefined physiology and intentions which are autonomously created during his life. We present here theoretical background used for creation of our agents, then we mention several main ideas behind our research are presented. Finally, we describe our latest architectures of autonomous agents. Several experiments which were concluded in order to validate the expected abilities of our agents are also presented. One of main contributions of our research is in proposing a new hybrid domain independent hierarchical planner. This planner combines classical planning system with hierarchical reinforcement learning. The ability to accommodate changing ideas about causality allows the creature to exist in and adapt to a dynamic world.}
      }
    • J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Automaticky navrhované evoluční architektury chování agentů,” Automa, 2014.
      [Bibtex]
      @article{oursautoma2014,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Automaticky navrhované evoluční architektury chování agentů},
        journal = {Automa},
        issue_date = {2014},
        year = {2014},
        numpages = {7},
        publisher = {Automa-časopis pro automatizační techniku, s.r.o.},
        issn = {1210-9592},
        note={Accepted for publication, Author's participation = 70\%}
      }
    • [PDF] [DOI] J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Towards Evolutionary Design of Complex Systems Inspired by Nature,” Acta Polytechnica – Journal of Advanced Engineering, vol. 54, iss. 5, pp. 367–377, 2014.
      [Bibtex]
      @article{oursacta2014,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Towards Evolutionary Design of Complex Systems Inspired by Nature},
        journal = {Acta Polytechnica - Journal of Advanced Engineering},
        issue_date = {2014},
        year = {2014},
        volume={54},
        number={5},
        pages={367–377},
        numpages = {10},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, CTU Publishing House},
        issn = {1805-2363},
        doi={10.14311/AP.2014.54.0367},
        url={https://ojs.cvut.cz/ojs/index.php/ap/article/view/AP.2014.54.0367},
        ISSN={1210-2709},
        note={Author's participation = 70\%}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “Evoluční architektura chování umělých bytosti – agentů v daném prostředí,” in Kognitivní věda a umělý život XIV (KUZ XIV), Zaječí u Břeclavi: Slezská univerzita v Opavě, 2014, pp. 155–164, Author’s participation = 40\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{ourskuz2014,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {Evoluční architektura chování umělých bytosti - agentů v daném prostředí},
        booktitle = {Kognitivní věda a umělý život XIV (KUZ XIV)},
        year = {2014},
        pages = {155–164},
        address = {Zaječí u Břeclavi: Slezská univerzita v Opavě},
        abstract = {Podobně jako jsou neuronové sítě složeny z neuronů, naše architektury autonomních agentů jsou složené z „neurálních modulů“, které jsou mezi sebou propojeny stejně jako neurony v umělých neuronových sítích. Tyto hybridní sítě je pak možné optimalizovat pomocí neuro-evolučních metod a tím navrhovat nové řídící architektury. Zde se zaměřujeme na architekturu agenta obsahující modul posilovaného učení a zdroj motivace. Modul posilovaného učení generuje akce a jejich konsekvence se učí zodměn přijatých od ostatních modulů (fyziologie agenta). Je zde popsán automatický návrh nových architektur pomocí algoritmu inspirovaného neuro-evolucí. Princip funkce dvou takto automaticky navržených architektur je porovnán s ručně zapojenou architekturou agenta.},
      isbn={978-80-7248-951-0},
      note={Author's participation = 40\%}
      }
    • [PDF] [DOI] J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Reusable Reinforcement Learning for Modular Self Motivated Agents,” in Proceedings of 28th European Conference on Modeling and Simulation, Brescia, Italy, 2014, pp. 352-358, Author’s participation = 60\%, Note: will be indexed in WoS as previous issues.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{oursecms2014,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Reusable Reinforcement Learning for Modular Self Motivated Agents},
        booktitle = {Proceedings of 28th European Conference on Modeling and Simulation},
        year = {2014},
        editor = {Flaminio Squazzoni and Fabio Baronio and Claudia Archetti and Marco Castellani},
        pages = {352-358},
        address = {Brescia, Italy},
        publisher = {European Council for Modelling and Simulation},
        abstract = {Presented topic is from the research fields called Artificial Life and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this paper, there is presented novel approach to designing agent architectures with its requirements. The approach in inspired by inherited modularity of biological brains and agent architectures are represented here as set of given reusable modules connected into a particular topology. This paper presents design of two particular modules for future use in more complex architectures. The modules are used for implementing model-free motivation-driven Reinforcement Learning (RL). First, the novel framework for these architectures is described together with a used simulator. Then, the design of two new reusable domain-independent components of agent architectures is described. Finally, experimental validation of these new components and their future use is mentioned.},
        doi = {10.7148/2014-0352},
        url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.7148/2014-0352},
        isbn={978-0-9564944-8-1},
        note={Author's participation = 60\%, Note: will be indexed in WoS as previous issues},
        keywords = {WoS, Scopus},
      }
    • [DOI] J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Q-Learning Algorithm Module in Hybrid Artificial Neural Network Systems,” in Modern Trends and Techniques in Computer Science, 2014, pp. 117-127, Author’s participation = 60\%, Note: will be added in the WoS and Scopus as other proceedings in this Springer series (\urlhttp://www.springer.com/series/11156)..
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{ourscsoc2014,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title={Q-Learning Algorithm Module in Hybrid Artificial Neural Network Systems},
        booktitle={Modern Trends and Techniques in Computer Science},
        year = {2014},
        series={Springer, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing},
        volume={285},
        editor={Silhavy, Radek and Senkerik, Roman and Oplatkova, Zuzana Kominkova and Silhavy, Petr and Prokopova, Zdenka},
        pages = {117-127},
        publisher={Springer International Publishing},
        abstract = {Presented topic is from the research field called Artificial Life, but contributes also to the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics and potentially into many other aspects of research. In this paper, there is reviewed and tested new approach to autonomous design of agent architectures. This novel approach is inspired by inherited modularity of biological brains. During designing of new brains, the evolution is not directly connecting individual neurons. Rather than that, it composes new brains by connecting larger, widely reused areas (modules). In this approach, agent architectures are represented as hybrid artificial neural networks composed of heterogeneous modules. Each module can implement different selected algorithm. Rather than describing this framework, this paper focuses on designing of one module. Such a module represents one component of hybrid neural network and can seamlessly integrate a selected algorithm into the node. The course of design of such a module is described on example of discrete reinforcement learning algorithm. The requirements posed by the framework are presented, the modifications on the classical version of algorithm are mentioned and then the resulting performance of module with expectations is evaluated. Finally, the future use cases of this module are described.},
        doi={10.1007/978-3-319-06740-7_11},
        url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-06740-7_11},
        keywords={Agent; Architecture; Artificial life; Creature; Behaviour; Hybrid; Neural networks; Evolution, WoS, Scopus},
        isbn = {978-3-319-06739-1},
        note={Author's participation = 60\%, Note: will be added in the WoS and Scopus as other proceedings in this Springer series (\url{http://www.springer.com/series/11156}).}
      }

    2013

    • [PDF] [DOI] J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Autonomous Design of Modular Intelligent Systems,” in 27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation ECMS 2013, Alesund, 2013, pp. 379-389, Author’s participation = 60\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{oursecms2013,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Autonomous Design of Modular Intelligent Systems},
        booktitle = {27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation ECMS 2013},
        year = {2013},
        editor = {Webjørn Rekdalsbakken and Robin T. Bye and Houxiang Zhang},
        pages = {379-389},
        address = {Alesund},
        publisher = {European Council for Modelling and Simulation},
        abstract = {We propose our original system capable of autonomous design of general-purpose
        complex modular hybrid systems. The resulting hybrid systems will
        be able to employ various techniques of learning, decision-making,
        prediction etc. Presented topic is from Artificial Life domain, but
        contributes also to fields such as Artificial Intelligence, Biology,
        Computational Neuroscience, Ethology, Cybernetics and potentially
        into many other aspects of research. The autonomous design is implemented
        as an optimization of system topology with respect to given problem.
        The principle of design is based on modified neuro-evolution and
        can be compared to modular neural networks. One of the main requirements
        is standardization of communication between very different subsystems.
        Here, each subsystem - module implements arbitrary algorithm and
        is treated as a Multiple-Input Multiple-Output subsystem. First,
        the design of simulator used is described, then the basic principle
        of hybrid networks is explained with it benefits and drawbacks. Finally,
        simple example is mentioned.},
          doi={10.7148/2013-0379},
          url={http://dx.doi.org/10.7148/2013-0379},
          isbn={978-0-9564944-6-7},
         note={Author's participation = 60\%},
        keywords={WoS, Scopus}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “Hybridní neuronové systémy pro návrh architektur autonomních agentů v oblasti umělého života,” in Kognícia a Umelý Život XIII, Opava, Stará Lesná, 2013, pp. 197-204, Author’s participation = 40\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{ourskuz2013,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {Hybridní neuronové systémy pro návrh architektur autonomních agentů
        v oblasti umělého života},
        booktitle = {Kognícia a Umelý Život XIII},
        year = {2013},
        pages = {197-204},
        address = {Opava, Stará Lesná},
        abstract = {V současné době existuje mnoho typů různých algoritmů a jejich implementací.
        Za účelem zvýšení efektivity výzkumu v oblasti kompozice modulárních
        inteligentních systémů se snažíme sjednotit komunikaci mezi různými
        algoritmy. Algoritmus je zde viděn jako subsystém a komunikace mezi
        subsystémy je definována podobně jako komunikace v umělých neuronových
        sítích. Libovolnou kombinací těchto subsystémů (modulů) jsme poté
        schopni vytvářet nové modulární systémy. Za účelem praktického ověření
        chování výsledných architektur jsme vytvořili nový simulátor kombinací
        dvou stávajících softwarových nástrojů. Práce je z oblasti umělého
        života, proto se zde zabýváme především možnostmi kompozice architektur
        autonomních agentů. Simulovat je však možné modulární systémy napříč
        vědními obory. Definování těchto modulárních podobně jako neuronové
        sítě má následující hlavní důsledky: Přístup nám umožňuje libovolně
        kombinovat způsoby návrhu architektur „zdola nahoru“ a „shora dolů“.
        Výsledná síť má poté mnohem menší komplexitu topologie oproti klasické
        umělé neuronové síti. Navíc, jednotná komunikace nám umožňuje zkoumat
        možnosti automatického návrhu těchto modulárních systémů.},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
      isbn={978-80-7248-863-6},
      note={Author's participation = 40\%}
      }

    2012

    • [PDF] [DOI] P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “Learning of Autonomous Agent in Virtual Environment,” in 26th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS), 2012, pp. 373-379, Author’s participation = 40\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{oursecms2012,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {Learning of Autonomous Agent in Virtual Environment},
        booktitle = {26th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS)},
        year = {2012},
        pages = {373-379},
        abstract = {Presented topic is from area of development of artificial creatures
        and proposes new architecture of autonomous agent. The work builds
        on a research of the latest approaches to Artificial Life, realized
        by the Department of Cybernetics, CTU in Prague in the last twenty
        years. This architecture design combines knowledge from Artificial
        Intelligence (AI), Ethology, Artificial Life (ALife) and Intelligent
        Robotics. From the field of classical AI, the fusion of reinforcement
        learning, planning and artificial neural network into one more complex
        control system was used here. The main principle of its function
        is inspired by the field of Ethology, this means that life of given
        agent tries to be similar to life of an animal in the Nature, where
        animal learns relatively autonomously from simpler principles towards
        the more complex ones. The architecture supports on-line learning
        of all knowledge from the scratch, while the core principle is in
        hierarchical Reinforcement Learning (RL), this action hierarchy is
        created autonomously based solely on agents interaction with an environment.
        The main key idea behind this approach is in original implementation
        of a domain independent hierarchical planner. Our planner is able
        to operate with behaviors learned by the RL. It means that an autonomously
        gained hierarchy of actions can be used not only by action selection
        mechanisms based on the reinforcement learning, but also by a planning
        system. This gives the agent ability to utilize high-level deliberative
        problem solving based solely on his experiences. In order to deal
        with higher-level control rather than a sensory system, the life
        of agent was simulated in a virtual environment.},
        doi = {10.7148/2012-0373-0379},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2012.12.09},
        url={http://www.scs-europe.net/conf/ecms2012/ecms2012%20accepted%20papers/is_ECMS_0084.pdf},
        keywords = {WoS, Scopus},
        isbn={978-0-9564944-4-3},
        note={Author's participation = 40\%}
      }
    • J. Vítků and P. Nahodil, “Nové hybridní rozhodovací mechanismy v oblasti umělého života,” in Kognice a umělý život (KUZ XII), Průhonice, 2012, pp. 254-263, Author’s participation = 60\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{ourskuz2012,
        author = {Vítků, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Nové hybridní rozhodovací mechanismy v oblasti umělého života},
        booktitle = {Kognice a umělý život (KUZ XII)},
        year = {2012},
        pages = {254-263},
        address = {Průhonice},
        publisher = {Agentura Action M},
        abstract = {V tomto článku chceme představit naše nové způsoby návrhu autonomních
        agentů. Námi navrhované architektury jsou inspirovány především umělou
        inteligencí, biologií a etologií, kde průběh života agenta je podobný
        životu zvířete v přírodě, které se samo učí postupně od jednoduchých
        znalostí směrem ke schopnostem plnění složitějších úloh. Věříme,
        že budoucnost vývoje je v hybridním přístupu, a proto naše architektury
        integrují několik typů učících algoritmů a mechanismů pro selekci
        akcí do jednoho systému. Prezentujeme zde především tři na sebe navazující
        výsledky našeho aktuálního výzkumu. V prvních dvou případech se jedná
        o nové architektury autonomních agentů, v posledním případě jde o
        současný výzkum v oblasti hybridních kognitivních architektur.},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2012.12.09},
        isbn={978-80-86742-34-2},
        note={Author's participation = 60\%}
      }
    • [DOI] P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “How to Design an Autonomous Creature Based on Original Artificial Life Approaches,” in Beyond Artificial Intelligence, Plzeň: Springer, 2012, pp. 161-180, Author’s participation = 40\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INCOLLECTION{oursbaispringer2012,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {How to Design an Autonomous Creature Based on Original Artificial
        Life Approaches},
        booktitle = {Beyond Artificial Intelligence},
        publisher = {Springer},
        year = {2012},
        pages = {161-180},
        address = {Plzeň},
        abstract = {We introduce new approaches for creating of autonomous agents. The
        life of such creature is very similar to the animal’s life in the
        Nature, which learns autonomously from the simple tasks towards the
        more complex ones and is inspired in AI, Biology and Ethology. We
        present our established design of artificial creature, capable of
        learning from its experience in order to fulfill more complex tasks,
        which is based mainly on ethology. It integrates several types of
        action-selection mechanisms and learning into one system. The main
        advantages of the architecture is its autonomy, the ability to gain
        all information from the environment and decomposition of the decision
        space into the hierarchy of abstract actions, which dramatically
        reduces the total size of decision space. The agent learns how to
        exploit the environment continuously, where the learning of new abilities
        is driven by his physiology, autonomously created intentions, planner
        and neural network.},
        doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0_11},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2012.12.09},
        url = {http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-3-642-34422-0_11.pdf},
        keywords = {WoS},
        issn = {2193-9411},
      isbn={978-3-642-34421-3},
      note={Author's participation = 40\%}
      }
    • [DOI] P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “Novel Theory and Simulations of Anticipatory Behaviour in Artificial Life Domain,” in Advances in Intelligent Modelling and Simulation, Springer, 2012, pp. 131-164, Author’s participation = 35\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INCOLLECTION{oursspringer2012,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {Novel Theory and Simulations of Anticipatory Behaviour in Artificial Life Domain},
        booktitle = {Advances in Intelligent Modelling and Simulation},
        publisher = {Springer},
        year = {2012},
        pages = {131-164},
        abstract = {Recently, anticipation and anticipatory learning systems have gained
        increasing attention in the field of artificial intelligence. Anticipation
        observed in animals combined with multi-agent systems and artificial
        life gave birth to the anticipatory behaviour. This is a broad multidisciplinary
        topic. In this work, we will first introduce the topic of anticipation
        and will describe which scientific field it belongs to. The state
        of the art on the field of anticipation in details and mention works
        and theories that contributed to our approach will be described.
        The parts important for presented research are further detailed probed
        in terms of algorithms and mechanisms. Designed multi-level anticipatory
        behaviour approach is based on the current understanding of anticipation
        from both the artificial intelligence and the biology point of view.
        Original thought is that we have to use not one but multiple levels
        of unconscious and conscious anticipation in a creature design. The
        aim of this chapter is not only to extensively present all the achieved
        results but also to demonstrate the thinking behind. Primary industrial
        applications of this 8-factor anticipation framework design are intelligent
        robotics and smart grids.},
        doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-28888-3_6},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2012.12.09},
        url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-28888-3_6#page-1},
        keywords={Scopus,WoS,nophdrelated},
        isbn = {978-3-642-28887-6},
      note={Author's participation = 35\%}
      }

    2011

    • [PDF] [View externally] P. Nahodil and J. Vítků, “New Way How to Build an Autonomous Creatures,” in International Conference: Beyond Artificial Intelligence, Interdisciplinary Aspects of Artificial Intelligence, Pilsen, 2011, pp. 34-41, Author’s participation = 40\%.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{oursbai2011,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Vítků, J.},
        title = {New Way How to Build an Autonomous Creatures},
        booktitle = {International Conference: Beyond Artificial Intelligence, Interdisciplinary
        Aspects of Artificial Intelligence},
        year = {2011},
        pages = {34-41},
        address = {Pilsen},
        month = {December},
        abstract = {We introduce new approaches for creating of autonomous agents. The
        life of agent created by us is very similar to the animal’s life
        in the Nature, which learns autonomously from the simple tasks towards
        the more complex ones and is inspired in AI, Biology and Ethology.
        We present our proved design of artificial creature, capable of learning
        from experience in order to fulfil more complex tasks, which is based
        mainly on ethology. It integrates several types of action selection
        mechanisms and learning into one system. The main advantages are
        in its autonomy, ability to gain all information from the environment
        and decomposition of the decision space into the hierarchy of abstract
        actions, which dramatically reduces the total size of decision space.
        The agent learns how to exploit the environment continuously, where
        the learning of new abilities is driven by his physiology, autonomously
        created intentions, planner and neural network.},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2012.12.09},
        url = {http://www.kky.zcu.cz/en/publications/1/JanRomportl_2011_BeyondAI.pdf},
      note={Author's participation = 40\%}
      }

    2008

    • [DOI] D. Kadlecek and P. Nahodil, “Adopting animal concepts in hierarchical reinforcement learning and control of intelligent agents,” in Proc. 2nd IEEE RAS & EMBS Int. Conf. Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics BioRob 2008, 2008, pp. 924-929.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{Kadlecek2008,
        author = {Kadlecek, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Adopting animal concepts in hierarchical reinforcement learning and
        control of intelligent agents},
        booktitle = {Proc. 2nd IEEE RAS \& EMBS Int. Conf. Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics
        BioRob 2008},
        year = {2008},
        pages = {924-929},
        doi = {10.1109/BIOROB.2008.4762882},
        owner = {jardavitku},
        timestamp = {2012.01.03}
      }
    • [DOI] P. Nahodil and K. Kohout, “Simulation Environment For Artificial Life Agents ,” in Proceedings of 22nd European Conference on Modeling and Simulation, Nicosia, 2008, pp. 131-136, ISBN: 978-0-9553018-6-5.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{ecms2008,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Kohout, K.},
        title = {Simulation Environment For Artificial Life Agents
      },
        booktitle = {Proceedings of 22nd European Conference on Modeling and Simulation},
        year = {2008},
        editor = {Loucas S. Louca and Yiorgos Chrysanthou and Zuzana Oplatkova and Khalid Al-Begain},
        pages = {131-136},
        address = {Nicosia},
        publisher = {European Council for Modelling and Simulation},
        abstract = {Our research is focused on simulation of agents - animates. The architecture of these agents is mainly inspired by nature; therefore they are sometimes called artificial creatures. The main contribution of this paper is the description of designed simulation environment architecture for the Artificial Life (ALife) domain. It was named the World of Artificial Life (WAL). Our platform incorporates also results of research in domain of hybrid agent architectures. Based on these results it focuses to the proposal and implementation of the simulation environment for them. First, we present the alternatives for our simulation environment which we evaluated and considered to use. Since we did not selected any of them further in the text we will formulate the problem we were solving and its important goals, followed by presentation of our proposal for such simulator and overview of achieved results.},
        doi = {10.7148/2014-0352},
        url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.7148/2008-0131},
        note={ISBN: 978-0-9553018-6-5}
      }
    • [View externally] P. Nahodil and A. M. Elmahalawy, “Anticipation Behavior Implemented in a Simulator of Artificial Life,” in Proceedings of the 27th IASTED International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control, Anaheim, CA, USA, 2008, pp. 274-279, ISBN: 978-0-88986-712-3.
      [Bibtex]
      @inproceedings{Nahodil:2008,
       author = {Nahodil, Pavel and Elmahalawy, Ahmed M.},
       title = {Anticipation Behavior Implemented in a Simulator of Artificial Life},
       booktitle = {Proceedings of the 27th IASTED International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control},
       series = {MIC '08},
       year = {2008},
       note = {ISBN: 978-0-88986-712-3},
       location = {Innsbruck, Austria},
       pages = {274--279},
       numpages = {6},
       url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1722415.1722469},
       acmid = {1722469},
       publisher = {ACTA Press},
       address = {Anaheim, CA, USA},
       keywords = {anticipation, artificial life, behavior, intelligent control, simulation},
      }

    2007

    • [DOI] A. Elmahalawy and P. Nahodil, “A New Approach Used for Anticipation to Improve the System’s Behaviour,” in Simulation in United Europe. Brusel: European Council for Modelling and Simulation., 2007, pp. 599-604.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{elmahalawy2007,
        author = {Elmahalawy, A. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {A New Approach Used for Anticipation to Improve the System's Behaviour},
        booktitle = {Simulation in United Europe. Brusel: European Council for Modelling
        and Simulation.},
        year = {2007},
        pages = {599-604},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        doi={10.7148/2007-0599}
      }
    • K. Kohout and P. Nahodil, “Simulation of Anticipatory Behavior in the Artificial Life Domain,” in WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, 2007, pp. 274-279.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kohoutnahodilwseas2007,
        author = {Kohout, K. and Nahodil, P},
        title = {Simulation of Anticipatory Behavior in the Artificial Life Domain},
        booktitle = {WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications},
        year = {2007},
        volume = {3},
        pages = {274-279},
        month = {March},
        abstract = {The study of anticipation and anticipatory systems is a virgin field
        which as requires extra care with making conceptual distinctions,
        but also provides us with a good opportunity for innovative thought.
        This work presents two original systems in Artificial Life (ALife)
        domain, a new designed simulator World of Artificial Life (WAL) and
        an Anticipatory Agent System (AAS). Both of them are based on the
        concept of Multi Agent Systems (MAS). We made some modification in
        WAL basing on the Anticipation Behavior (AB). Further, we use Genetic
        Algorithms (GA) within Anticipatory Module (AM) in ASS and evaluate
        the system. We have verified that anticipation behavior could be
        one of the most frequent behaviors in ALife, too. Our results confirmed
        that the system's performance is much better in this case.},
        journal = {WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
      }
    • [DOI] K. Kohout and P. Nahodil, “Simulation Environment for Anticipatory Behaving Agents from the Artificial Life Domain,” in Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2007, pp. 387-388, ISBN: 978-3-540-74996-7.
      [Bibtex]
      @inproceedings{Kohout:2007,
       author = {Kohout, Karel and Nahodil, Pavel},
       title = {Simulation Environment for Anticipatory Behaving Agents from the Artificial Life Domain},
       booktitle = {Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents},
       series = {IVA '07},
       year = {2007},
       note = {ISBN: 978-3-540-74996-7},
       location = {Paris, France},
       pages = {387--388},
       numpages = {2},
       url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-74997-4_52},
       doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-74997-4_52},
       acmid = {1421941},
       publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
       address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
       keywords = {ALife, Animate, Anticipation, Artificial creatures, Behavior, Hybrid Architecture},
      }

    2006

    • [View externally] K. Kohout and P. Nahodil, “Simulation and Visualization of Anticipatory ALife Agents,” in In 7th International PhD Workshop, Young Generation Viewpoint, Hrubá Skála, Czech Republic, Prague: ÚTIA AVČR, 2006.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kohoutnahodil2006,
        author = {Kohout, K. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Simulation and Visualization of Anticipatory ALife Agents},
        booktitle = {In 7th International PhD Workshop, Young Generation Viewpoint},
        year = {2006},
        address = {Hrubá Skála, Czech Republic, Prague: ÚTIA AVČR},
        month = {September},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        url={http://as.utia.cz/files/phdws06/fullpaper_file_5.pdf}
      }
    • K. Kohout and P. Nahodil, “Simulation Environment for Selected Parts of Artificial Life Domain.,” in In Proceedings of the WSEAS International Conferences, Venice, Italy. Mastorakis N. (ed.) Athens: WSEAS Press, 2006, ISBN: 960-8457-56-4.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kohoutnahodilwseas2012,
        author = {Kohout, K. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Simulation Environment for Selected Parts of Artificial Life Domain.},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the WSEAS International Conferences},
        year = {2006},
        address = {Venice, Italy. Mastorakis N. (ed.) Athens: WSEAS Press},
        month = {November},
        note = {ISBN: 960-8457-56-4},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    2005

    • [View externally] K. Kohout and P. Nahodil, “Visualization of Bahaviour in Artificial Life Domain,” In Kybernetika a společnost na prahu XXI. století, pp. 77–82, 2005.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{kohoutnahodilkybernetika2005,
        author = {Kohout, K. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Visualization of Bahaviour in Artificial Life Domain},
        journal = {In Kybernetika a společnost na prahu XXI. století},
        year = {2005},
        pages = {77–82},
        note = {ISBN 80-214-3058-3},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        url={http://asi.fme.vutbr.cz/content/akce/kyb05.html#chap14}
      }
    • K. Kohout, P. Nahodil, J. Altmann, F. Duda, L. Foltýn, D. Kadleček, M. Mach, D. Řehoř, J. Svoboda, A. Svrček, and O. Fiala, “Simulation of Selected Part of Artificial Life Domain,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, Czech Technical University in Prague, 2005, pp. 222-223, ISBN 80-01-03201-9.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{workshop2005,
        author = {Kohout, K. and Nahodil, P. and Altmann, J. and Duda, F. and Foltýn,
        L. and Kadleček, D. and Mach, M. and Řehoř, D. and Svoboda, J. and
        Svrček, A. and Fiala, O.},
        title = {Simulation of Selected Part of Artificial Life Domain},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2005},
        pages = {222-223},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic, Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note = {ISBN 80-01-03201-9},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Svět umělého života a jeho vytváření,” Automatizace, vol. 48, pp. 318–323, 2005.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{nahodilautoma2005,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Svět umělého života a jeho vytváření},
        journal = {Automatizace},
        year = {2005},
        volume = {48},
        pages = {318–323},
        month = {May},
        note = {ISSN: 0005-125X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “The Future Evolution of Intelligent Life Forms,” in In Proceedings of Cybernetics in XXI. Centuries, Czech Republic, Brno, 2005, pp. 94-104, ISBN 80-214-3058-3.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilcenturies2005,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {The Future Evolution of Intelligent Life Forms},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Cybernetics in XXI. Centuries},
        year = {2005},
        pages = {94 - 104},
        address = {Czech Republic, Brno},
        note = {ISBN 80-214-3058-3},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “From Slow Machines towards Anticipators Creatures,” in In Proceedings of Interdisciplinary Aspects of Human-Machine Co-existence and Co-operation, Czech-Argentine Biennale – IFAC Workshop ?e-Golems´05?, Prpague, Czech Republic, 2005, pp. 110-119, ISBN 80-01-03275-2.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilgolem2005,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {From Slow Machines towards Anticipators Creatures},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Interdisciplinary Aspects of Human-Machine Co-existence
        and Co-operation, Czech-Argentine Biennale – IFAC Workshop ?e-Golems´05?},
        year = {2005},
        pages = {110-119},
        address = {Prpague, Czech Republic},
        note = {ISBN 80-01-03275-2},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Recenze knihy: Teorie a praxe návrhu regulačních obvodů, AUTOMA – časopis pro automatizační techniku , ISSN: 1210- 9592, October, 2005.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilrecenze2005,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Recenze knihy: Teorie a praxe návrhu regulačních obvodů},
        howpublished = {AUTOMA - časopis pro automatizační techniku},
        month = {October},
        year = {2005},
        note = {ISSN: 1210- 9592},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    2004

    • D. Kadleček and P. Nahodil, “Adaptive agents for Artifical Life,” in In Proceedings of WSEAS ICRODIC, 2004, pp. 2427-2432.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilwseas2004,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Adaptive agents for Artifical Life},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of WSEAS ICRODIC},
        year = {2004},
        volume = {6},
        number = {3},
        pages = {2427-2432},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • [View externally] P. Nahodil and D. Kadleček, “Animal-like Controll of Intelligent Autonomous Agents,” in In Proceedings of the 23rd International IAESTED Conference MIC, Grindelwald, Switzerland, 2004, pp. 154–159, ISBN: 0-88986-387-3.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodiliaested2004,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Animal-like Controll of Intelligent Autonomous Agents},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the 23rd International IAESTED Conference MIC},
        year = {2004},
        pages = {154–159},
        address = {Grindelwald, Switzerland},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Calgary: ACTA Press.},
        note = {ISBN: 0-88986-387-3},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
       url={https://www.actapress.com/Abstract.aspx?paperId=15932}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, D. Kadleček, K. Kohout, and A. Svrček, “Theory and Robotics Artificial Life Applications for Mobile Robots Control,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Praha, Česká Republika, 2004, pp. 368–369, ISBN: 80-01-02945-X.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilworkshop2004,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D. and Kohout, K. and Svrček, A.},
        title = {Theory and Robotics Artificial Life Applications for Mobile Robots
        Control},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2004},
        pages = {368–369},
        address = {Praha, Česká Republika},
        month = {March},
        publisher = {Praha: ČVUT},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02945-X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • [DOI] P. Nahodil, P. Slavík, D. Rehor, and D. Kadlecek, “Dynamic Analysis of Agents’ Behaviour – Combining ALife, Visualization and AI,” in Engineering Societies in the Agents World IV, A. Omicini, P. Petta, and J. Pitt, Ed., Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2004, vol. 3071, pp. 346-359, ISBN: 978-3-540-22231-6.
      [Bibtex]
      @incollection{nahodilspringer2004,
        year={2004},
        note={ISBN: 978-3-540-22231-6},
        booktitle={Engineering Societies in the Agents World IV},
        volume={3071},
        series={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
        editor={Omicini, Andrea and Petta, Paolo and Pitt, Jeremy},
        doi={10.1007/978-3-540-25946-6_22},
        title={Dynamic Analysis of Agents’ Behaviour – Combining ALife, Visualization and AI},
        url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-25946-6_22},
        publisher={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
        author={Nahodil, Pavel and Slavík, Pavel and Rehor, David and Kadlecek, David},
        pages={346-359},
        language={English}
      }
    • [PDF] [View externally] D. Řehoř, P. Slavík, D. Kadleček, and P. Nahodil, “Visualization of Dynamic Behaviour of Multi-Agent Systems,” in WSCG POSTERS proceedings, Plzen, Czech Republic, 2004, pp. 149–152.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilwscg2004,
        author = {Řehoř, D. and Slavík, P. and Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Visualization of Dynamic Behaviour of Multi-Agent Systems},
        booktitle = {WSCG POSTERS proceedings},
        year = {2004},
        pages = {149–152},
        address = {Plzen, Czech Republic},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {UNION Agency – Science Press},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
      url={http://wscg.zcu.cz/wscg2004/Papers_2004_Poster/M53.pdf}
      }

    2003

    • [DOI] D. Kadleček, D. Řehoř, P. Nahodil, and P. Slavík, “Analysis of Virtual Agent Communities by Means of AI Techniques and Visualization,” in In Lecture notes in Computer Science – Inteligent Virtual Agents, Heidelberg, Germany: Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 2003, vol. 2792/2003, pp. 274-282, ISBN 3-540-20003-7.
      [Bibtex]
      @INCOLLECTION{nahodillcns2003,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Řehoř, D. and Nahodil, P. and Slavík, P.},
        title = {Analysis of Virtual Agent Communities by Means of AI Techniques and Visualization},
        booktitle = {In Lecture notes in Computer Science - Inteligent Virtual Agents},
        publisher = {Heidelberg: Springer Verlag},
        year = {2003},
        volume = {2792/2003},
        pages = {274-282},
        address = {Heidelberg, Germany},
        note = {ISBN 3-540-20003-7},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-540-39396-2_47#page-1},
        doi={10.1007/978-3-540-39396-2_47}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Mobilní roboty s prvky umělého života,” Automatizace, vol. 46, iss. 10, pp. 660-663, 2003.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{nahodilautoma2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Mobilní roboty s prvky umělého života},
        journal = {Automatizace},
        year = {2003},
        volume = {46},
        pages = {660-663},
        number = {10},
        month = {October},
        note = {ISSN: 0005-125X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Artificial Life – Framework and Applications,” in In Mechatronics, robotics and biomechanics, Brno, Czech Republic, 2003, pp. 13-26, ISBN: 80-214-2312-9.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilmechatronics2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Artificial Life – Framework and Applications},
        booktitle = {In Mechatronics, robotics and biomechanics},
        year = {2003},
        pages = {13-26},
        address = {Brno, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Brno: Brno University},
        note = {ISBN: 80-214-2312-9},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Teorie a aplikace umělého života v inteligentní robotice, Invited Presentation , Západočeská univerzita v Plzni FAV, Česká Republika, December, 2003.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaska2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Teorie a aplikace umělého života v inteligentní robotice},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentation},
        month = {December},
        year = {2003},
        note = {Západočeská univerzita v Plzni FAV, Česká Republika},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Teorie a robotické aplikace umělého života, Invited presentation , VŠB technická universita, December, 2003.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaskaII2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Teorie a robotické aplikace umělého života},
        howpublished = {Invited presentation},
        month = {December},
        year = {2003},
        note = {VŠB technická universita},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, D. Kadleček, K. Kohout, and A. Svrček, “Artificial Life Simulation,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Praha, Česká Republika, 2003, pp. 364-365, ISBN: 80-01-02708-2.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilworkshop2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D. and Kohout, K. and Svrček, A.},
        title = {Artificial Life Simulation},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2003},
        pages = {364-365},
        address = {Praha, Česká Republika},
        publisher = {Praha: ČVUT},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02708-2},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, D. Kadleček, D. Řehoř, and P. Slavík, “Transparent visualisation of multi-agent systems,” in In Proceedings of International Carpathian Control Conference, Košice, Slovakia, 2003, pp. 723-726, ISBN: 80-7099-509-2.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilkosice2003,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D. and Řehoř, D. and Slavík, P.},
        title = {Transparent visualisation of multi-agent systems},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of International Carpathian Control Conference},
        year = {2003},
        pages = {723-726},
        address = {Košice, Slovakia},
        publisher = {Košice: TU BERG Faculty},
        note = {ISBN: 80-7099-509-2},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • D. Řehoř, D. Kadleček, P. Nahodil, and P. Slavík, “Dynamic Analysis of ALife Systems Using Visualization and AI Techniques,” in In 4th International Workshop on Engineering Societies in the Agents World, London, England, 2003, 173-178.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodillondon2003,
        author = {Řehoř, D. and Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P. and Slavík, P.},
        title = {Dynamic Analysis of ALife Systems Using Visualization and AI Techniques},
        booktitle = {In 4th International Workshop on Engineering Societies in the Agents
        World},
        year = {2003},
        address = {London, England},
        publisher = {London: Imperial College Press.},
        note = {173-178},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • [View externally] D. Řehoř, D. Kadleček, P. Slavík, and P. Nahodil, “VAT – a New Approach to Multi-agent Systems Visualization,” in Proc. 3rd IASTED International Conf. on Visualization, Imaging and Image Processing, Benalmadena, Anaheim, California, 2003, pp. 849-854, ISBN: 0-88986-382-2.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilimage2003,
        author = {Řehoř, D. and Kadleček, D. and Slavík, P. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {VAT – a New Approach to Multi-agent Systems Visualization},
        booktitle = {Proc. 3rd IASTED International Conf. on Visualization, Imaging and
        Image Processing, Benalmadena},
        year = {2003},
        volume = {2},
        pages = {849-854},
        address = {Anaheim, California},
        publisher = {Anaheim: ACTA Press},
        note = {ISBN: 0-88986-382-2},
        abstract = {The extension of our research on analysis of a single agent or agent
        communities combining advanced methods of visualization with traditional
        AI techniques is presented in this paper. Even though this approach
        can be used for arbitrary Multi-Agent System (MAS), it was primarily
        developed to analyze systems falling into Artificial Life domain.
        Traditional methods are becoming insufficient as Multi-Agent Systems
        (MAS) are becoming more complex and therefore novel approaches are
        needed. In this paper we present an extension of our recent visualization
        tools suite. The previous approach was not suitable well to present
        the dynamics of the MAS, even though the development of MAS state
        parameters in time was presented. Our new technique, which is presented
        in this paper, addresses this problem by visualizing the changes
        of the MAS along with their quality and context. This transparent
        approach emphasizes MAS dynamics by providing means for discovery
        of changes in its tendencies or in behaviour of either single agent
        or agent communities. A simulated artificial life environment with
        intelligent agents has been used as a test bed. We have selected
        this particular domain because our longterm goal is to model life
        as it could be so as to understand life, as we know it.},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        url = {http://www.actapress.com/Content_Of_Proceeding.aspx?ProceedingID=231}
      }

    2002

    • D. Kadleček and P. Nahodil, “CZAR: Hybrid Agent Architecture for Animal-Like Robots,” in In Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference EUNITE, Aachen, Germany, 2002, pp. 141-152, ISBN: 3-89653-919-1.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kadleceknahodilczar2002,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {CZAR: Hybrid Agent Architecture for Animal-Like Robots},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference EUNITE},
        year = {2002},
        pages = {141-152},
        address = {Aachen, Germany},
        publisher = {Aachen: Verlag Mainz},
        note = {ISBN: 3-89653-919-1},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • D. Kadleček and P. Nahodil, “Od přírody k inteligentní robotice a umělému životu,” Softwarové noviny, vol. 8, iss. 5, pp. 104-107, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{kadleceknahodilnoviny2002,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Od přírody k inteligentní robotice a umělému životu},
        journal = {Softwarové noviny},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {8},
        pages = {104-107},
        number = {5},
        month = {May},
        note = {ISSN: 1210-8472},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • D. Kadleček, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life III., Invited Lesson Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems Dept., Prague, Czech Republic, April, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{csci32002,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M.},
        title = {Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life III.},
        howpublished = {Invited Lesson},
        month = {April},
        year = {2002},
        note = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        booktitle = {Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics},
        owner = {j},
        publisher = {Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems Dept.},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • D. Kadleček, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, “Bioagents and Biorobots,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2002, pp. 348-349, ISBN: 80-01-02511-X.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kadleceknahodilpetrus2002,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M.},
        title = {Bioagents and Biorobots},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {6},
        pages = {348-349},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02511-X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Od inteligentních robotů k realizacím umělého života,” in In CAL – 2. česko-slovenský seminár o kognícii a umelom živote, Hradec Králové, Česká Republika, 2002, pp. 141-152, ISBN: 80-7248-151-7.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilhradec2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Od inteligentních robotů k realizacím umělého života},
        booktitle = {In CAL – 2. česko-slovenský seminár o kognícii a umelom živote},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {141-152},
        address = {Hradec Králové, Česká Republika},
        publisher = {Hradec Králové: Univerzita Hradec Králové},
        note = {ISBN: 80-7248-151-7},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Umělý život v řídících systémech robotů – fikce nebo skutečnost?,” in In Proceedings of a technical conference Pragoregula, Praha, Česká Republika, 2002, pp. 17–24, Invited Subject Review Paper, ISBN: 80-90213-8-9.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilprednaska2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Umělý život v řídících systémech robotů – fikce nebo skutečnost?},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of a technical conference Pragoregula},
        year = {2002},
        pages = {17–24},
        address = {Praha, Česká Republika},
        month = {April},
        organization = {Praha: Incheba},
        note = {Invited Subject Review Paper, ISBN: 80-90213-8-9},
        howpublished = {Invited Subject Review Paper},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Umělý život v řídících systémech robotů, Invited presentation , Masarykova akademie práce, Praha, Česká Republika, March, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaskamasaryk2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Umělý život v řídících systémech robotů},
        howpublished = {Invited presentation},
        month = {March},
        year = {2002},
        note = {Masarykova akademie práce, Praha, Česká Republika},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Řízení mobilních robotů na bázi chování a simulace umělého života, Invited Presentation , VUT, Fakulta elektrotechniky a informatiky, Brno, Česká Republika, Jun, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaskavut2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Řízení mobilních robotů na bázi chování a simulace umělého života},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentation},
        month = {Jun},
        year = {2002},
        note = {VUT, Fakulta elektrotechniky a informatiky, Brno, Česká Republika},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “From Intelligent Robots to Artificial Life,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2002, pp. 206-207, ISBN: 80-01-02511-X.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilworkshop2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {From Intelligent Robots to Artificial Life},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {6},
        pages = {206-207},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note={ISBN: 80-01-02511-X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and M. Petrus, “Behaviour Co-ordination in Multi-Robot Group,” in In Proceedings of the International IASTED Conference MIC, Innsbruck, Austria, 2002, pp. 464–468, ISBN: 0-88986-319-9.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilinsbruck2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M.},
        title = {Behaviour Co-ordination in Multi-Robot Group},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the International IASTED Conference MIC},
        year = {2002},
        pages = {464–468},
        address = {Innsbruck, Austria},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Calgary: ACTA Press.},
        note = {ISBN: 0-88986-319-9},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Petrus, and D. Kadleček, Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life I., Invited Lesson Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems Dept., Prague, Czech Republic, January, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{csci12002,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life I.},
        howpublished = {Invited Lesson},
        month = {January},
        year = {2002},
        note = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        booktitle = {Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics},
        owner = {j},
        publisher = {Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems
        Dept.},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Petrus, and D. Kadleček, “Biologically Inspired Robots Behavior,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2002, ISBN 80-01-02511-X.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilpetrus2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Biologically Inspired Robots Behavior},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {6},
        number = {248-249},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note = {ISBN 80-01-02511-X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Petrus, and D. Kadleček, “Od inteligentních robotů k umělému životu,” Pražská technika, vol. 4, iss. 1, pp. 40-42, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{nahodiltechnika2002,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Od inteligentních robotů k umělému životu},
        journal = {Pražská technika},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {4},
        pages = {40-42},
        number = {1},
        month = {January},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Petrus, P. Nahodil, and D. Kadleček, Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life II., Invited Lesson Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems Dept., Prague, Czech Republic, March, 2002.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{csci22002,
        author = {Petrus, M. and Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Intelligent Robotics and Artificial Life II.},
        howpublished = {Invited Lesson},
        month = {March},
        year = {2002},
        note = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        booktitle = {Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics},
        owner = {j},
        publisher = {Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Adaptive Systems
        Dept.},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Petrus, P. Nahodil, and D. Kadleček, “Self- Motivated Behaviour of Autonomous Agents,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2002, ISBN: 80-01-02511-X.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{petrusnahodilkadlecek2002,
        author = {Petrus, M. and Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Self- Motivated Behaviour of Autonomous Agents},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2002},
        volume = {6},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        month = {February},
        publisher = {Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02511-X},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Petrus, P. Nahodil, and D. Kadleček, “Self-Motivated Autonomous Agents,” in In Proceedings of International Carpathian Control Conference, Ostrava, Czech Republic, 2002, pp. 519-524, ISBN: 80-248-0089-6.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{petrusselfmotivated2002,
        author = {Petrus, M. and Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Self-Motivated Autonomous Agents},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of International Carpathian Control Conference},
        year = {2002},
        pages = {519-524},
        address = {Ostrava, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Ostrava: VSB-TUO},
        note = {ISBN: 80-248-0089-6},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    2001

    • [DOI] D. Kadleček and P. Nahodil, “New Hybrid Architecture in Artificial Life Simulations,” in Advances in Artificial Life. In LNAI – European Conference of Artificial Life 2001, Berlin, Germany: Berlin: Springer Verlag, 2001, vol. 2159, pp. 143-146, ISBN: 978-3-540-42567-0.
      [Bibtex]
      @INCOLLECTION{nahodillnai2001,
        author = {Kadleček, D. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {New Hybrid Architecture in Artificial Life Simulations},
        booktitle = {Advances in Artificial Life. In LNAI - European Conference of Artificial
        Life 2001},
        publisher = {Berlin: Springer Verlag},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {2159},
        pages = {143-146},
        address = {Berlin, Germany},
        month = {January},
        note = {ISBN: 978-3-540-42567-0},
        doi = {10.1007/3-540-44811-X_14},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01},
        url = {http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F3-540-44811-X_14#page-1}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, “Cooperation in Mobile Robots Community,” in In Proceedings of a technical conference Pragoregula, Praha, Česká Republika, 2001, pp. 15-18, ISBN: 80-902131-6-6.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilcoopeartion2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Cooperation in Mobile Robots Community},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of a technical conference Pragoregula},
        year = {2001},
        pages = {15-18},
        address = {Praha, Česká Republika},
        publisher = {Praha: Masarykova akademie},
        note={ISBN: 80-902131-6-6},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Cooperation in Mobile Robots Community-Evolution, Present Time, Trends, Invited Presentation , Masarykova akademie práce, March, 2001.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaska2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Cooperation in Mobile Robots Community-Evolution, Present Time, Trends},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentation},
        month = {March},
        year = {2001},
        note = {Masarykova akademie práce},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and M. Petrus, “Innovation of Mobile Robotics Education – Project FRVS 564/2000,” Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Cybernetics, 2001.
      [Bibtex]
      @TECHREPORT{nahodilpetrustechreport2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M.},
        title = {Innovation of Mobile Robotics Education – Project FRVS 564/2000},
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        dept. of Cybernetics},
        year = {2001},
        note = {34 pages (in Czech)},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Petrus, and D. Kadleček, “Kooperativní chování spolecenství inteligentních robotů,” In Inteligentní systémy pro praxi, pp. 193-200, 2001.
      [Bibtex]
      @ARTICLE{nahodilispp2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M. and Kadleček, D.},
        title = {Kooperativní chování spolecenství inteligentních robotů},
        journal = {In Inteligentní systémy pro praxi},
        year = {2001},
        pages = {193-200},
        note = {Ostrava, Czech Republic. Ostrava: AD\&M, ISBN: 80-238-7812-3},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and V. Svatoš, “Sense-Action Encoding in Hybrid Decision System,” in In Proceedings of the International IASTED Conference MIC, Calgary, Canada, 2001, pp. 414-419, ISBN: 0-88986-316-4.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilsvatos2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V.},
        title = {Sense-Action Encoding in Hybrid Decision System},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the International IASTED Conference MIC},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {414-419},
        address = {Calgary, Canada},
        publisher = {Calgary: IASTED},
        note={ISBN: 0-88986-316-4},
        issn={1025-8973},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, V. Svatoš, M. Petrus, J. Kurzveil, and V. Maixner, “Innovation of Mobile Robotics Education Using of Really Robots Society,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2001, pp. 240-241, ISBN: 80-01-02335-4.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nspkm2001,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V. and Petrus, M. and Kurzveil, J. and Maixner,
        V.},
        title = {Innovation of Mobile Robotics Education Using of Really Robots Society},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {A},
        pages = {240-241},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02335-4},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Petrus, P. Nahodil, and V. Svatoš, “Environment Influence into Reactive Agents Behaviour Adaptation,” in In Proceedings of ICCC, Krakowie, Poland, 2001, pp. 545-550, ISBN: 83-91340-07-4.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilpoland2001,
        author = {Petrus, M. and Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V.},
        title = {Environment Influence into Reactive Agents Behaviour Adaptation},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of ICCC},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {545-550},
        address = {Krakowie, Poland},
        publisher = {Krakowie: Wydzial Inzynierii Mechanicznej i Robotyki},
        note = {ISBN: 83-91340-07-4},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Petrus, P. Nahodil, and V. Svatoš, “Interactions in Community of Behaviour-Based Agents,” in In Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference EUNITE, Aachen, Germany, 2001, pp. 57-62, ISBN: 3-89653-916-7.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{petrusnahodilsvatos2001,
        author = {Petrus, M. and Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V.},
        title = {Interactions in Community of Behaviour-Based Agents},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference EUNITE},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {57-62},
        address = {Aachen, Germany},
        publisher = {Aachen: Verlag Mainz},
        note = {ISBN: 3-89653-916-7},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • V. Svatoš, J. Kurzveil, and P. Nahodil, “Imitation Principle to Navigation in Robot Group,” in In IFAC Workshop on Mobile Robot Technology, Seoul, Korea, 2001, pp. 140-145, ISBN: 0-08-043902-0.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{svatoskurzveilnahodil2001,
        author = {Svatoš, V. and Kurzveil, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Imitation Principle to Navigation in Robot Group},
        booktitle = {In IFAC Workshop on Mobile Robot Technology},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {140-145},
        address = {Seoul, Korea},
        publisher = {Seoul: IFAC},
        note = {ISBN: 0-08-043902-0},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • V. Svatoš, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, “Behavioural Approach in Gradient Navigation of Robot,” in In Proceedings of ICCC, Krakowie, Poland, 2001, pp. 109-114, ISBN: 83-91340-07-4.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{svatosnahodilpetruspoland2001,
        author = {Svatoš, V. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus, M.},
        title = {Behavioural Approach in Gradient Navigation of Robot},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of ICCC},
        year = {2001},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {109-114},
        address = {Krakowie, Poland},
        publisher = {Krakowie: Wydzial Inzynierii Mechanicznej i Robotyki},
        note = {ISBN: 83-91340-07-4},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    2000

    • P. Nahodil, V. Svatoš, J. Kurzveil, and V. Maixner, “Autonomous Mobile Robots by Ethology Motivated Control,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 2000, ISBN: 80-01-02229-3.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilethologyworkshop2000,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V. and Kurzveil, J. and Maixner, V.},
        title = {Autonomous Mobile Robots by Ethology Motivated Control},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {2000},
        volume = {A},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
        dept. of Cybernetics},
        note = {ISBN: 80-01-02229-3},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • V. Svatoš, P. Nahodil, D. Kadleček, J. Kurzveil, and V. Maixner, “Community of Mobile Robots in Education,” in In Proceedings EPAC, Skopje, Macedonia, 2000, pp. 53-57.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{svatosepac2000,
        author = {Svatoš, V. and Nahodil, P. and Kadleček, D. and Kurzveil, J. and
        Maixner, V.},
        title = {Community of Mobile Robots in Education},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings EPAC},
        year = {2000},
        volume = {1},
        pages = {53-57},
        address = {Skopje, Macedonia},
        publisher = {Skopje: IFAC},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1999

    • J. Kurzveil, V. Maixner, and P. Nahodil, “Society of Intelligent Mobile Robots,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, 1999, pp. 52.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{kurzveilsociety1999,
        author = {Kurzveil, J. and Maixner, V. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Society of Intelligent Mobile Robots},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1999},
        pages = {52},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • J. Kurzveil, V. Maixner, V. Svatoš, and P. Nahodil, “Konstrukce mobilního robota,” Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Cybernetics, Gerstner Laboratory, 1999.
      [Bibtex]
      @TECHREPORT{mobilerobot1999,
        author = {Kurzveil, J. and Maixner, V. and Svatoš, V. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Konstrukce mobilního robota},
        institution = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
        dept. of Cybernetics, Gerstner Laboratory},
        year = {1999},
        note = {9 pages, GLČ 34/99.},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, Mobilní robot, Invited Presentation , Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Cybernetics, June, 1999.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilpresentation1999,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Mobilní robot},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentation},
        month = {June},
        year = {1999},
        note = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
        dept. of Cybernetics},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • M. Šafář and P. Nahodil, “Adaptive in Body Controlled Multi-Legged Robot,” in In Robotics and Applications, Calgary, Canada, 1999, pp. 112-121, ISBN: 0-88986-251-6.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{safarcalgary1999,
        author = {Šafář, M. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Adaptive in Body Controlled Multi-Legged Robot},
        booktitle = {In Robotics and Applications},
        year = {1999},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {112-121},
        address = {Calgary, Canada},
        publisher = {Calgary: IASTED},
        note = {ISBN: 0-88986-251-6},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1998

    • J. Kurzveil, M. Gruncl, V. Maixner, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, “Kráčející roboti lokalizují miny,” Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Cybernetics, 1998.
      [Bibtex]
      @TECHREPORT{localizemines1998,
        author = {Kurzveil, J. and Gruncl, M. and Maixner, V. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus,
        M.},
        title = {Kráčející roboti lokalizují miny},
        institution = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Cybernetics},
        year = {1998},
        note = {17 pages, K335/97/145},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • J. Kurzveil, M. Gruncl, V. Maixner, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, “Mobile Robots and Mine Searching,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1998, pp. 139-140.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{minesearch1998,
        author = {Kurzveil, J. and Gruncl, M. and Maixner, V. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus,
        M.},
        title = {Mobile Robots and Mine Searching},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1998},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {139-140},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • J. Kurzveil, M. Gruncl, V. Maixner, P. Nahodil, and M. Petrus, “Adaptive Behavior in Mobile Robotics,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1998, pp. 127-128.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{workshop1998,
        author = {Kurzveil, J. and Gruncl, M. and Maixner, V. and Nahodil, P. and Petrus,
        M.},
        title = {Adaptive Behavior in Mobile Robotics},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1998},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {127-128},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, V. Svatoš, M. Gruncl, V. Maixner, and J. Kurzveil, “Advanced RUR-Really Useful Robots According to Ethodological Rules,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1998, pp. 137-138.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{rur1998,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Svatoš, V. and Gruncl, M. and Maixner, V. and Kurzveil,
        J.},
        title = {Advanced RUR-Really Useful Robots According to Ethodological Rules},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1998},
        pages = {137-138},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • V. Svatoš and P. Nahodil, “Simulace reaktivního chování mobota,” Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, dept. of Control Engineering, Gerstner Laboratory, 1998.
      [Bibtex]
      @TECHREPORT{walkingrobot1998,
        author = {Svatoš, V. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Simulace reaktivního chování mobota},
        institution = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
        dept. of Control Engineering, Gerstner Laboratory},
        year = {1998},
        note = {64 pages, GLČ 11/98},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1997

    • P. Nahodil, Mobotika, reaktivní řídicí systémy, etologie, Invited Presentation , Prague, Czech Republic, June, 1997.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodilprednaska1997,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Mobotika, reaktivní řídicí systémy, etologie},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentation},
        month = {June},
        year = {1997},
        note = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Gruncl, J. Kurzveil, and V. Maixner, “Advanced Software for RUR – Really Useful Robots,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1997, pp. 199-200.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{rur1997,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Gruncl, M. and Kurzveil, J. and Maixner, V.},
        title = {Advanced Software for RUR – Really Useful Robots},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1997},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {199-200},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1996

    • P. Nahodil, “Výuka lékařské informatiky a biotechniky na ČVUT FEL Praha,” in In MEDSOFT 96, Praha, Česká Republika, 1996, pp. 125-128.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{medsoft1996,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Výuka lékařské informatiky a biotechniky na ČVUT FEL Praha},
        booktitle = {In MEDSOFT 96},
        year = {1996},
        pages = {125-128},
        address = {Praha, Česká Republika},
        publisher = {Praha: Česká lékařská společnost J. E. Purkyně},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, M. Gruncl, Z. Slanina, and M. Šafář, “The Basic Dance Course Educated Mobot,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1996, pp. 213-214.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{dancingrobot1996,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Gruncl, M. and Slanina, Z. and Šafář, M.},
        title = {The Basic Dance Course Educated Mobot},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1996},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {213-214},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1995

    • P. Nahodil, “Lékařská informatika na FEL,” in In Teaching and Research, Prague, Czech Republic, 1995, pp. 20.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodillekarskainformatika1995,
        author = {Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Lékařská informatika na FEL},
        booktitle = {In Teaching and Research},
        year = {1995},
        pages = {20},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague},
        journal = {In Teaching and Research},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, J. Hlava, V. Eck, and J. Znamenáček, “Instinctive Autonomous Mobile Minirobots in Education on the CTU,” in In Proceedings of Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, 1995, pp. 151-152.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{workshop1995,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Hlava, J. and Eck, V. and Znamenáček, J.},
        title = {Instinctive Autonomous Mobile Minirobots in Education on the CTU},
        booktitle = {In Proceedings of Workshop},
        year = {1995},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {151-152},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }

    1994

    • V. Eck, P. Nahodil, and J. Hlava, “Robots at the CTU Prague,” in In Joint Prague-Linz Meeting on Mechatronics, Linz, Germany, 1994, pp. 20-24.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{robotsctu1994,
        author = {Eck, V. and Nahodil, P. and Hlava, J.},
        title = {Robots at the CTU Prague},
        booktitle = {In Joint Prague-Linz Meeting on Mechatronics},
        year = {1994},
        pages = {20-24},
        address = {Linz, Germany},
        publisher = {Linz: J. Kepler University – FAW},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • V. Eck, J. Řasa, and P. Nahodil, “Reflexive Neural Networks in Biology,” in In International Conference on Ethology, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994, pp. 12-13.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{eckrasanahodil1994,
        author = {Eck, V. and Řasa, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Reflexive Neural Networks in Biology},
        booktitle = {In International Conference on Ethology},
        year = {1994},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {12-13},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Prague: Charles University},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • J. Hlava and P. Nahodil, “Instincts, Snails and Autonomous Robots,” in In International Workshop on Advanced Education in Automation and Control Theory, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994, pp. 123-126.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{hlavanahodil1994,
        author = {Hlava, J. and Nahodil, P.},
        title = {Instincts, Snails and Autonomous Robots},
        booktitle = {In International Workshop on Advanced Education in Automation and
        Control Theory},
        year = {1994},
        pages = {123-126},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and V. Eck, “Artificial Insect Models and their Evalution,” in In International Conference on Ethology, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994, pp. 14-15.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodileck1994,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Eck, V.},
        title = {Artificial Insect Models and their Evalution},
        booktitle = {In International Conference on Ethology},
        year = {1994},
        volume = {I},
        pages = {14-15},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Prague: Charles University},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil and V. Eck, Modely instinktivního chování a jejich realizace s využitím umělé inteligence, Invited Presentaition , Česká a slovenská etologická společnost, Praha, Česká Republika, October, 1994.
      [Bibtex]
      @MISC{nahodileckpresentation1994,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Eck, V.},
        title = {Modely instinktivního chování a jejich realizace s využitím umělé
        inteligence},
        howpublished = {Invited Presentaition},
        month = {October},
        year = {1994},
        note = {Česká a slovenská etologická společnost, Praha, Česká Republika},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }
    • P. Nahodil, J. Hlava, and V. Eck, “New Instinctive Approaches to Autonomous Mobile Robot Control,” in In CTU Seminar 94, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994, pp. 75-76.
      [Bibtex]
      @INPROCEEDINGS{nahodilhlavaeck1994,
        author = {Nahodil, P. and Hlava, J. and Eck, V.},
        title = {New Instinctive Approaches to Autonomous Mobile Robot Control},
        booktitle = {In CTU Seminar 94},
        year = {1994},
        volume = {B},
        pages = {75-76},
        address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
        publisher = {Czech Technical University in Prague},
        owner = {j},
        timestamp = {2013.07.01}
      }