Simulated organisms, each including a set of behavior and reproduction rules (a simulated genetic code), and a simulated environment. These organisms simulate multiple generations of evolution. The term can refer to any self-replicating pattern.
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University of Sussex at Brightion School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
The School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences (COGS) in the University of Sussex at Brighton is home to one of the world's largest groups of researchers studying artificial evolutionary and adaptive systems. Such work is often described using names such as Artificial Life, Evolutionary Computation, and Adaptive Behavior research.
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