Artificial life based on the programmed self-decomposition model, SIVA

@article{Oohashi2001ArtificialLB,
  title={Artificial life based on the programmed self-decomposition model, SIVA},
  author={Tsutomu Oohashi and Tadao Maekawa and Osamu Ueno and Norie Kawai and Emi Nishina and Katsunori Shimohara},
  journal={Artificial Life and Robotics},
  year={2001},
  volume={5},
  pages={77-87}
}
To examine the effect and significance of the phenomenon of death, we have developed an artificial life simulator, SIVA-III (simulator for individuals of virtual automata III), based on a “programmed self-decomposition model”. The architecture of this simulator consists of a “finite heterogeneous habitation environment” and “artificial life with programmed individual death and concurrent self-decomposition”. We conducted experiments under various settings to comparare and contrast mortal life… CONTINUE READING
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