Exploration in the Complexity of Possible Life: Abstracting and Synthesizing the Principles of Living Systems - Proceedings of the German Workshop on Artificial Life (7th) Held in Jena, Germany on 26-28 Jul 2006
FRIEDRICH-SCHILLER UNIV JENA (GERMAN D R)
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Topics of the conference will cover the whole area of research in Artificial Life AL, in particular Modelling of biological processes, systems biology, adaptive behaviour, pattern recognition, perception and evolution of sensors, morphology and actuators, learning and intelligence in biological and artificial systems, complexity and its emergence in biological processes, self-organization in living and life-like systems e.g. swarms, hypercycles, multicellular systems, artificial multi-agent systems, dynamics of information in living and life-like systems, application of principles of life e.g. self-organization, evolution, adaptation, learning and intelligence to the design of artificial systems and technical solutions e.g. robots, hardware, and software, and epistemological foundations for sciences investigating living systems.