Phenotypic, developmental and computational resources: scaling in artificial development

@inproceedings{Tufte2008PhenotypicDA,
  title={Phenotypic, developmental and computational resources: scaling in artificial development},
  author={Gunnar Tufte},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={2008}
}
Developmental systems have inherent properties favourable for scaling. The possibility to generate very large scale structures combined with gene regulation opens for systems where the genome size do not reflect the size and complexity of the phenotype. Despite the presence of scalability in nature there is limited knowledge of what makes a developmental mapping scalable. As such, there is few artificial system that show true scaling. Scaling for any system, biological or artificial, is a… CONTINUE READING

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