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In developmental biology, modeling and simulation play an important role in understanding cellular behavior. This article includes a review of the general models of development that are based on cellular interaction. Inspired by these models, we suggest a simple language, the Cell Programming...
Some of the major outstanding problems in biology are related to issues of emergence and evolution. These include: (a) how populations of organisms traverse their adaptive landscapes; (b) what the relation between adaptedness and fitness is; and (c) the formation of multicellular organisms from...
This article reports on a simple neurogenesis model that is combined with evolutionary computation. Because the integration of an evolutionary process with neural networks is such an exciting field of study, with the promise of discovering new computational models and, possibly, providing novel...
We have evolved artificial neural networks to control the wandering behavior of small robots. The task and environment were very simple—to touch as many squares in a grid as possible during a fixed period of time. A number of the simulated robots were embodied in a small Lego™ robot,...
Models of evolution often assume that the offspring of two genotypes, which are genetically intermediate by definition, are also phenotypically intermediate. The continuity between genotype and phenotype interferes with the process of evolution on multipeaked adaptive landscapes because the...
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