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On Mobile DNA in Artificial Regulatory Networks: Evolving Functional and Structural Dynamism

@article{Bull2013OnMD,
  title={On Mobile DNA in Artificial Regulatory Networks: Evolving Functional and Structural Dynamism},
  author={Larry Bull},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1303.7220}
}
  • L. Bull
  • Published 26 March 2013
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
There is a growing body of work considering the use of representations based upon genetic regulatory networks. This paper uses a recently presented abstract, tunable Boolean regulatory network model to explore aspects of mobile DNA, such as transposons, within these dynamical systems. The significant role of mobile DNA in the evolution of natural systems is becoming increasingly clear. Whilst operators loosely based upon transposons have previously been used within evolutionary computation… 

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