An Introduction To Bio-Inspired Machines

Moshe Sipper, Eduardo Sanchez, Daniel Mange, Marco Tomassini, Andrés Pérez-Uribe, André Stauffer

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Abstract

Living organisms are complex systems exhibiting a range of desirable characteristics, such as evolution, adaptation, and fault tolerance, that have proved difficult to realize using traditional engineering methodologies. Recently, engineers have been allured by certain natural processes, giving birth to such domains as artificial neural networks and evolutionary computation.
If one considers life on Earth since its very beginning, then the following three levels of organization can be distinguished
Original languageEnglish GB
Title of host publicationBio-Inspired Computing Machines
Subtitle of host publicationToward Novel Computational Architectures
EditorsM. Tomassini , D. Mange
Place of PublicationLausanne, Switzerland
PublisherPresses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes
Chapter1
Pages1-20
StatePublished - 1998

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