Simbad is a Java 3d robot simulator for scientific and educationnal purposes. It is mainly dedicated to researchers/programmers who want a simple basis for studying Situated Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and more generally AI algorithms, in the context of Autonomous Robotics and Autonomous Agents. It is not intented to provide a real world simulation and is kept voluntarily readable and simple. Simbad enables programmers to write their own robot controller, modify the environment and use the available sensors. Don’t think of it as a finite product but merely as an opened framework to test your own ideas. The Simbad project is hosted at SourceForge. Simbad simulator is free for you to use and modify under the conditions of the GNU General Public Licence.

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  1. Kouchakpour, Peyman; Zaknich, Anthony; Bräunl, Thomas: Dynamic population variation in genetic programming (2009) ioport