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Artificial Life Models in Software

Authors:

  • Andrew Adamatzky,
  • Maciej Komosiński

Abstract

Artificial Life Models in Software presents software tools, environments and realities dealing with creation, imitation and analysis of artefactual, virtual and living forms, written by those who personally design and produce software, hardware and art installations in artificial life, simulated complex systems and virtual worlds. This timely volume offers a nearly exhaustive overview and original analysis of major non-profit artificial life software packages. The carefully selected topics include: simulation of real and imaginary life forms and their evolution self-organization emergent behaviours swarm intelligence evolutionary robotics agent-based simulations adaptive, complex and biologically inspired ecosystems creative computer art There has long been a need within the academic and research community for an informal introduction and guidance to modern software tools for modelling and simulation of life-like phenomena - Artificial Life Models in Software fills this gap and provides inval able information to both professional and amateur readers, offering detailed reviews of contemporary software for artificial life. © Springer-Verlag London Limited 2005.

Metrics

Record ID
UAM63498db871664f46943d909f73aaaac6
Book type
Monograph
Author
Andrew Adamatzky Andrew Adamatzky,, External affiliation of publication: University of the West of England, Maciej Komosiński Maciej Komosiński,,
Pages
344
Publication size in sheets
17.15
ISBN
9781852339456
Issue year
2005
DOI
Go to the document by digital ID DOI:10.1007/1-84628-214-4 opening in a new tab
Language
en English
Score (nominal)
24
Publication indicators
Scopus Citations = 5.000

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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/book/UAM63498db871664f46943d909f73aaaac6/

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