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 **animal as platform** the organism seen as a base for added functionalities \\ **animal as platform** the organism seen as a base for added functionalities \\
 see platform diverse body\\ see platform diverse body\\
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 +**background subtraction**\\
  
 **behavioural code** software encoding robotic behaviour and phenology\\ **behavioural code** software encoding robotic behaviour and phenology\\
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 **biorobotics** a study of how to make robots that emulate or simulate living biological organisms mechanically or chemically\\ **biorobotics** a study of how to make robots that emulate or simulate living biological organisms mechanically or chemically\\
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-case study / proof of concept / prototype\\ 
  
 **computational overhang** refers to any situation in which new algorithms can suddenly and dramatically exploit existing computational power far more efficiently than before\\ **computational overhang** refers to any situation in which new algorithms can suddenly and dramatically exploit existing computational power far more efficiently than before\\
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 **forward chaining** a process in which events or received data are considered by an entity to intelligently adapt its behaviour\\ **forward chaining** a process in which events or received data are considered by an entity to intelligently adapt its behaviour\\
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 +**prototyping habitat**\\
  
 **hypermorphosis**\\ **hypermorphosis**\\
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 **population enrichment** a population is studied before and after addition of  **population enrichment** a population is studied before and after addition of 
 individuals\\ individuals\\
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 +**prototype**\\
  
 **qualia**\\ **qualia**\\
  
 **robochory** the dispersal of plant seeds by machines, both externally or internally by digestion, adapted from zoochory which relates to dispersal by animals\\ **robochory** the dispersal of plant seeds by machines, both externally or internally by digestion, adapted from zoochory which relates to dispersal by animals\\
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 **robot Darwinism** a term coined by battling robot pioneer Pete Abrahamson, has left the field with only three major robot archetypes: **robot Darwinism** a term coined by battling robot pioneer Pete Abrahamson, has left the field with only three major robot archetypes:
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