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First, three successful environments for artificial evolution in computer systems are analysed briefly. The organism in these enviroment are in a virtual machine with special chemistries. Two key-features are found to be very robust under mutations: Non-direct addressing and separation of instruction and argument. In contrast, the x86 instruction set is… (More)
A model for artificial evolution in native x86 Windows systems has been developed at the end of 2010. In this text, further improvements and additional analogies to natural microbiologic processes are presented. Several experiments indicate the capability of the system-and raise the question of possible countermeasures.