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Our goal is to go deeper into the many writings on Behavior-Based Artificial Intelligence [Meyer et al., From Animals to Animals, MIT Press, 1992] and to understand the interest-rather than the mechanisms-of learning. Our intention is to study the complexity of the behavior of living beings from a theoretical point of view. To do so, we introduce formal environments that model the survival issue. Then we prove in this formal context that, many times, the extra cost imposed by the conservationdoi:10.1016/s0004-3702(01)00155-2 fatcat:4egfpvglind7lmbitkttqf3szq