Natural Selection and the Origin of Modules

@inproceedings{Wagner2001NaturalSA,
  title={Natural Selection and the Origin of Modules},
  author={G{\"u}nter P. Wagner and Jason Mezey and Raffaele Calabretta},
  year={2001}
}
Introduction There is an emerging consensus about the existence of developmental and evolutionary modules and their importance for understanding the evolution of In contrast to the progress made in these areas, there is very little research on the origin of modules and the few results published about models for the origin of modules point in widely different directions Currently there is no unitary explanation emerging for the evolution of modularity. This is surprising since modularity seems… CONTINUE READING

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