Homeochaos: dynamic stability of a symbiotic network with population dynamics and evolving mutation rates

@inproceedings{Kaneko1992HomeochaosDS,
  title={Homeochaos: dynamic stability of a symbiotic network with population dynamics and evolving mutation rates},
  author={Kunihiko Kaneko and Takashi Ikegami},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract Evolution of mutation rates is studied, in a population model with mutation of species coded by bit sequences and mutation rates. Even without interaction among species, the mutation rate is initially enhanced to search for fitted species and then is lowered towards zero. This enhancement opens a possibility of automatic simulated annealing. With the interaction among species (hosts versus parasites), high mutation rates are sustained. The rates go up with the interaction strength… CONTINUE READING

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