A Universal Framework for Analysis of Self-Replication Phenomena
AbstractIn this paper, we propose definitions for a general, domain-independent concept of replicability and specifically focus on the notion of self-replication. We argue that selfreplication should not be viewed as a binary property of a system, but rather as a continuously valued property of the interaction between a system and its environment. This property, selfreplicability, represents the effect of the presence of a system upon the future presence of similar systems. We demonstrate both analytical and computational analysis of self-replicability for four distinct systems involving both discrete and continuous, formal and physical behaviors. View Full-Text
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Adams, B.; Lipson, H. A Universal Framework for Analysis of Self-Replication Phenomena. Entropy 2009, 11, 295-325.
Adams B, Lipson H. A Universal Framework for Analysis of Self-Replication Phenomena. Entropy. 2009; 11(2):295-325.Chicago/Turabian Style
Adams, Bryant; Lipson, Hod. 2009. "A Universal Framework for Analysis of Self-Replication Phenomena." Entropy 11, no. 2: 295-325.