Comparing artificial phenotypes with natural biological patterns

  • Stanley K
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ABSTRACT As an aid in assessing artificial developmental encodings, this paper presents several common and uncommon features of patterns observed in biological organisms. Evolved phe- notypes can be compared with both lists in order to assess the viability of the ...

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  • artificial embryogeny
  • development
  • developmental encoding

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  • K O Stanley

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