Complex Systems: From Biology to Computation

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David G. Green, Terry Bossomaier
IOS Press, 1993 - Science - 376 pages
 

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Contents

Emergent Behaviour in Biological Systems
24
the Inevitability of Evolution?
46
Complex Behaviours from Interaction
68
Methodological Issues within a Framework to Support a Class of ArtificialLife
82
Computation in Inhomogeneous Cellular Automata
98
Interactive Evolution of LSystem Grammars for Computer Graphics Modelling
118
The Effect of Permeability Heterogeneity on Viscous Fingers in Porous Media
130
From BExpansions to Chaos and Fractals
152
A SelfOrganising Load Balancing System
242
Central Fusion of Sensor Information using Reasoned Feedback
248
Reduction of Modelling Error of Complex Biosystems by an AI Approach
260
Parallel and Emergent Computation
270
Parallel Algorithms for the Distance Embedding Problem
288
Convergence of Symmetric Shunting Competitive Neural Networks
302
The Evolution of Learning Algorithms for Artificial Neural Networks
314
Self Annealing When Learning a Markov Random Field Image Model
328

Steps to an Ecology of Form
180
Fractal Computer Image Analysis of Particle Morphology
192
Information and Control Systems
208
Complexity in C31 Systems
222
An Alternative Approach to Knowledge Elicitation
232
External Inputs to Attractor Neural Networks 341
A Computer Simulation of Plasticity in the Primary Motor Cortex 351
Neural Dynamics in Biological Visual Information Processing 361
Author Index 373
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