Artificial development

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Artificial Development is a field of Evolutionary Computation inspired by the developmental processes and cellular growth
seen in nature. Multiple models of artificial development have been proposed in the past, which can be broadly divided into
those based on biochemical processes and those based on a high level grammar. Two of the most important aspects to consider
when designing a cellular growth model are the type of representation used to specify the final features of the system, and
the abstraction level necessary to capture the properties to be modeled. Although advances in this field have been significant,
there is much knowledge to be gained before a model that approaches the level of complexity found in living organisms can
be built.

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