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Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life (Complex Adaptive Systems

A Bradford Book)

Phil Husbands (Editor), Inman Harvey (Editor)

Paperback

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Description

Topics include self-organization, the origins of life, natural selection, evolutionary computation, neural networks, communication, artificial worlds, software agents, philosophical issues in artificial life, ethical problems, and learning and development.

Researchers in artificial life attempt to use the physical representation of lifelike phenomena to understand the organizational principles underlying the dynamics of living systems. The goal of the 1997 European Conference on Artificial Life is to provoke new understandings of the relationships between the natural and the artificial. Topics include self-organization, the origins of life, natural selection, evolutionary computation, neural networks, communication, artificial worlds, software agents, philosophical issues in artificial life, ethical problems, and learning and development.

Bradford Book, 9780262581578, 600pp.

Publication Date: July 23, 1997



About the Author

David S. Warren is Professor of Computer Science at the State University of New York, Stony Brook.