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Achieving a simple development model for 3D shapes: are chemicals necessary?

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Achieving a simple development model for 3D shapes: are chemicals necessary?
Artificial Development Systems have been introduced as a technique aimed at increasing the scalability of evolutionary algorithms. Most commonly the development model is part of the evolutionary process, each individual developed during fitness evaluation. To achieve scalability it may be argued that the implicit requirements of evolvability and effectivity ( in terms of its resource requirements) are thus placed on the development model. To achieve an effective development model, one of the challenges is to find appropriate mechanisms from developmental biology and ways to implement them for the application in hand. This work presents a development model for the evolution and development of 3D shapes. The goal being to create a simple development model for any 3D shape. Further, this work provides a preliminary investigation into the usefulness of one of the mechanisms implemented in this model, that of chemicals. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.2.M [Artificial Intelligence...
Pauline C. Haddow, Johan Hoye
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GECCO
Authors Pauline C. Haddow, Johan Hoye
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