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Artificial Life


Artificial Life is the official journal of the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL). Each issue features international research that spans the hierarchy of biological organization, including studies of the origin of life, self-assembly, growth and development, evolutionary and ecological dynamics, animal and robot behavior, social organization, and cultural evolution.

Table of Contents

Vol. 13, Issue 4 - Fall 2007


Life Cycle of a Minimal Protocell—A Dissipative Particle Dynamics Study
pp. 319-345
Abstract | PDF (613.55 KB)
The Self-Construction and -Repair of a Foraging Organism by Explicitly Specified Development from a Single Cell
pp. 347-368
Abstract | PDF (382.99 KB)
Computational Realizations of Living Systems
pp. 369-381
Abstract | PDF (193.91 KB)
Self-Description for Construction and Computation on Graph-Rewriting Automata
pp. 383-396
Abstract | PDF (281.56 KB)
Reliable Self-Replicating Machines in Asynchronous Cellular Automata
pp. 397-413
Abstract | PDF (279.46 KB)
Information and its Role in Nature. J. G. Roederer. (2005, Springer.) Hardcover, $59.95, 235 pages. ISBN 3-540-23075-0
pp. 415-417
Abstract | PDF (50.93 KB)
Autonomous Robots: From Biological Inspiration to Implementation and Control. George A. Bekey. (2005, MIT Press.) Hardcover, 577 pages. ISBN 0262025787
pp. 419-421
Abstract | PDF (51.54 KB)
Evolutionary Computation. A Unified Approach. Kenneth A. De Jong. (2006, MIT Press.) £32.95, $50.00, 256 pages
pp. 423-426
Abstract | PDF (54.76 KB)
Reviewers of Volume 13
pp. 427-427
Abstract | PDF (26.83 KB)