9 edition of Virtual organisms found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Q335 W36 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2001275614|
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Virtual Organisms traces the origins of this field from the days when it was practiced by a few maverick scientists to the present and the current boom in Alife research. Leading technology correspondent Mark Ward presents a fascinating survey of current ideas about the origins of life and the engines of by: Virtual Organisms: The Startling World of Artificial Life Hardcover – Novem /5(6).
In an accessible, entertaining manner, Virtual Organisms reveals an unexplored avenue in predicting the future of Artificial Life, and whether new forms of Alife may be evolving beyond their designer's control/5.
Mark Ward, author of Virtual Organisms, is an Associate Professor of Statistics at Purdue University. He has held visiting faculty positions at The George Washington University, the University of Maryland, the University of Pa and a lecturer position at the University of Edition: First Edition.
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Artificial Life today is evolving beyond even its designers' control."--BOOK JACKET. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Subtitle from cover.
Originally published: Basingstoke: Macmillan, Description: xii, pages. Virtual organisms by Ward, Mark; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Simulation methods, Biological systems, Artificial life, Artificial intelligence. You need to upgrade your Flash Player.
The life forms we develop will become more and more real, and more alive. Virtual worlds are the Petri dish of this intelligence. There are already evolving organisms growing in SecondLife, on Terminus and Svarga. Semi-intelligent virtual pets are right around the corner.
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The wiki and code are on GitHub, which makes it. Virtual Organisms traces the origins of this field from the days when it was practiced by a few maverick scientists to the present and the current boom in Alife research. Leading technology correspondent Mark Ward presents a fascinating survey of current ideas about the origins of life and the engines of evolution.
Biology Games & Virtual Labs. Body Systems (Physiology) Cells Ecology Evolution & Classification Genetics & Meiosis Life Chemistry (DNA, Proteins, etc,) Respiration & Photosynthesis Scientific Methods. Mark Ward, author of Virtual Organisms, is an Associate Professor of Statistics at Purdue University.
He has held visiting faculty positions at The George Washington University, the University of Maryland, the University of Pa and a lecture More about Mark Ward. Virtual Unreality demonstrates that the Internet is fooling us constantly.
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Virtual Organisms traces the origins of this field from the days when it was practiced by a few maverick scientists to the present and the current boom in Alife research. Leading technology correspondent Mark Ward presents a fascinating survey of current ideas about the origins of life and the engines of : St.
Martin's Publishing Group. Get this from a library. Virtual organisms: the startling world of artificial life. [Mark Ward] -- Describes scientific research which combines technology with biology to create inanimate objects which behave like living organisms, and discusses current ideas about evolution and the origins of.
"Virtual Organisms" presents a comprehensive survey of Show synopsis From a leading technology correspondent comes the fascinating story behind artificial life.
"Virtual Organisms" presents a comprehensive survey of ALife research and discusses whether new forms of ALife may be evolving beyond their designers' control. Stephen Levy did it better years ago with 'Artificial Life'.
The only thing better about 'Virtual Organisms' is that it covers a few things that have happened since Levy. If Levy were to write a new edition including the new material, then this book would be totally superfluous for serious readers/5(5).
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