Evolutionary learning with a neuromolecular architecture: a biologically motivated approach to computational adaptability

@article{Chen1997EvolutionaryLW,
  title={Evolutionary learning with a neuromolecular architecture: a biologically motivated approach to computational adaptability},
  author={Jong-Chen Chen and Michael Conrad},
  journal={Soft Comput.},
  year={1997},
  volume={1},
  pages={19-34}
}
The effectiveness of evolutionary learning depends both on the variation-selection search operations used and on the structure-function relations of the organization to which these operations are applied. Some organizations-in particular those that occur in biology-are more evolution friendly than others. We describe an artificial neuromolecular (ANM) architecture that illustrates the structure-function relationships that underlie evolutionary adaptability and the manner in which these… CONTINUE READING
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