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The Right Tempo A blog by Felipe M. G. Ceotto November 2005 Entries
Emergence 2
Emergent behavior. :) That's a behavior that emerges from something, thus creating the so called emergence. Obvious, right? :) Hehehe... Just kidding. Emergent behavior is a complex behavior or pattern formation that appears from a set of very simple rules. Example: birds flying in the sky in a V formation. Usually, people think there is a leader or something like that, but there isn't. The birds are actually following a very small set of simple rules, like "fly nearby another bird", "don't get too ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 8:07 AM

For a while I've been meaning to study emergent behaviors, genetic algorithms and artificial life. The urge to do it began after I read Prey, by Michael Crichton, where he shows a combination of all that three things with nanotechnology, creating a frightening possibility that keeps the reader from putting the book down. Since I'm always running out of time, the only thing I did about it since I read Prey, about one year ago, was to read another book about the same subject: Emergence (The Connected ......

Posted On Thursday, November 10, 2005 7:59 AM

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Geez... I'm getting furious!Somehow I can't reply the feedback from the post below, to tell Mr. Iaki Zabala (thank you for your feedback) that the place I found explanation about working with SharpDevelop and Mono is here: Unfortunally, up until now I didn't have the time to finish my application that creates glade projects for SharpDevelop. I've done some more stuff in it, but some GTK objects are a little harder to translate, ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 9, 2005 7:00 AM

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