By Bryant Adams, Hod Lipson (auth.), Wolfgang Banzhaf, Jens Ziegler, Thomas Christaller, Peter Dittrich, Jan T. Kim (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh eu convention on synthetic lifestyles, ECAL 2003, held in Dortmund, Germany in September 2003.
The ninety six revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from greater than one hundred forty submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on man made chemistries, self-organization, and self-replication; synthetic societies; mobile and neural structures; evolution and improvement; evolutionary and adaptive dynamics; languages and communique; methodologies and purposes; and robotics and independent agents.
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Advances in Artificial Life: 7th European Conference, ECAL 2003, Dortmund, Germany, September 14-17, 2003. Proceedings by Bryant Adams, Hod Lipson (auth.), Wolfgang Banzhaf, Jens Ziegler, Thomas Christaller, Peter Dittrich, Jan T. Kim (eds.)