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Biological Computation and artificial life


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« on: July 06, 2022, 05:55:22 am »

Biological Computation, by Ehud Lamm and Ronald Unger

The borderline between using biological ideas to solve computational problems (bio-inspired computing) and attempting to build systems that behave like biological organisms (artificial life) is fine and often hard to define. Throughout the book we have mainly addressed bio-inspired computing, but we will now attempt to differentiate between various approaches to artificial life (ALife), and will discuss a few well-known systems.

The book is well illustrated.

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