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Transcription and evolution of a virtual bacteria culture

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Transcription and evolution of a virtual bacteria culture
Abstract- This paper describes implementation details and results from a simulated multi-agent bacteria ecosystem. Each bacterium is encoded on a DNA-like genome, specifying the genes and proteins it can produce. These compounds interact in an artificial chemistry, producing regulatory networks and observable behaviours such as moving, splitting and eating. By using an artificial chemistry to model gene regulation, artificial bacteria are able to live, reproduce and evolve.
Ricardo M. Hoar, Joanne K. Penner, Christian Jacob
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Type Conference
Year 2003
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Authors Ricardo M. Hoar, Joanne K. Penner, Christian Jacob
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