Terry Van Belle

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Evolutionary processes depend on both selection—how fit any given individual may be, and on evolvability—how and how effectively new and fitter individuals are generated over time. While genetic algorithms typically represent the selection process explicitly by the fitness function and the information in the genomes, factors affecting evolvability are most(More)
Neural Darwinism is a theory of cognition developed by Gerald Edelman along with George Reeke and Olaf Sporns at Rockefeller University. As its name suggests, neural Darwinism is modeled after biological Darwinism, and its authors assert that the two processes are strongly analogous. both operate on variation in a population, amplifying the more adaptive(More)
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