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Engineering Self-modeling Systems: Application to Biology

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Engineering Self-modeling Systems: Application to Biology
Complexity of today's systems prevents designers from knowing everything about them and makes engineering them a difficult task for which classical engineering approaches are no longer valid. Such a challenge is especially encountered in actual complex systems simulation in which underlying computational model is very tough to design. A prospective solution is to unburden designers as much as possible by letting this computational model self-build. Adaptive multi-agent systems are the foundation of the fourlayer agent model proposed here for endowing systems with the ability to selftune, self-organize and self-assemble. This agent model has been applied to an application (MicroMega) related to computational biology which aim is to model the functional behavior of unicellular yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.
Carole Bernon, Davy Capera, Jean-Pierre Mano
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ESAW
Authors Carole Bernon, Davy Capera, Jean-Pierre Mano
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