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Título Evolution, Complexity and Artificial Life [electronic resource] / edited by Stefano Cagnoni, Marco Mirolli, Marco Villani.

Descripción física XVII, 280 p. 97 illus., 38 illus. in color. online resource.
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Contiene: One Artefact ́㠍any Phenomena -- Taming the Complexity of Natural and Artificial Evolutionary Dynamics -- Models of Gene Regulation: Integrating Modern Knowledge into the Random Boolean Network Framework -- Attractors Perturbations in Biological Modelling: Avalanches and Cellular Differentiation -- Automatic Design of Boolean Networks for Modeling Cell Differentiation -- Towards the Engineering of Chemical Communication Between Semi-synthetic and Natural Cells -- Cumulative Learning Through Intrinsic Reinforcements -- Development of Categorization Abilities in Evolving Embodied Agents: A Study of Internal Representa­tions with External Social Inputs -- Regulatory Traits: Cultural Influences on Cultural Evolution -- Building up Serious Games with an Artificial Life Approach: Two Case Studies -- The Effects of Multivalency and Kinetics in Nanoscale Search by Molecular Spiders -- Towards the Use of Genetic Programming for the Prediction of Survival in Cancer -- A Neuro-evolutionary Approach to Electrocardiographic Signal Classification -- Self-organisation and Evolution for Trust-Adaptive Grid Computing Agents -- Honest vs. Cheating Bots in PATROL-Based Real-Time Strategy MMOGs -- Distribution Search on Evolutionary Many-Objective Optimization: Selection Mappings and Recombination Rate -- Concurrent Implementation Techniques Using Differential Evolution for Multi-core CPUs: A Comparative Study Using Statistical Tests.
Resumen: Traditionally, artificial evolution, complex systems, and artificial life were separate fields, with their own research communities, but we are now seeing increased engagement and hybridization. Evolution and complexity characterize biological life but they also permeate artificial life, through direct modeling of biological processes and the creation of populations of interacting entities from which complex behaviors can emerge and evolve. This latter consideration also indicates the breadth of the related topics of interest, and of the different study viewpoints, ranging from purely scientific and exploratory approaches aimed at verifying biological theories to technology-focused applied research aimed at solving difficult real-world problems. This edited book is structured into sections on research issues, biological modeling, mind and society, applications, and evolution. The contributing authors are among the leading scientists in these fields, and their chapters describe interesting ideas and results in topics such as artefacts, evolutionary dynamics, gene regulatory networks, biological modeling, cell differentiation, chemical communication, cumulative learning, embodied agents, cultural evolution, an a-life approach to games, nanoscale search by molecular spiders, using genetic programming for disease survival prediction, a neuroevolutionary approach to electrocardiography, trust-adaptive grid computing, detecting cheating bots in online games, distribution search in evolutionary multiobjective optimization, and differential evolution implemented on multicore CPUs. The book will be of interest to researchers in the fields of artificial intelligence, artificial life, and computational intelligence.
Materia Computer science.
Artificial intelligence.
Computational intelligence.
Complexity, Computational.
Computer Science.
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Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).
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Complexity.
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Computational Intelligence.
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Autor secundario Cagnoni, Stefano., editor.
Mirolli, Marco., editor.
Villani, Marco., editor.
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OTRO SOPORTE Printed edition: 9783642375767
ISBN 9783642375774 978-3-642-37577-4
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-642-37577-4 doi