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Evolution of Parallel Cellular Machines: The Cellular Programming Approach

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Evolution of Parallel Cellular Machines: The Cellular Programming Approach
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540626131
ISBN-13: 9783540626138
Number of pages: 213

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Employing simple yet versatile parallel cellular models, coupled with evolutionary computation techniques, this volume explores the issue of constructing man-made systems that exhibit characteristics such as those manifest by their natural counterparts.

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