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Morphological stability and identity in self-organizing systems

@inproceedings{Strozzi2022MorphologicalSA,
  title={Morphological stability and identity in self-organizing systems},
  author={Igor Strozzi},
  year={2022}
}
In this essay I aim to investigate and discuss the process through which bundles of things “self-organize” into other things. In particular, I engage in such investigation by trying to apply a framework of analysis of structural stability of morphological forms to the context of a con-tinuous cellular automata known as Lenia , which displays great diversity of distinguishable, individuated complex subsystems, who behave autonomously and in lifelike manner (such subsystems are often known as… 

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