Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Howard Gutowitz, Chris Langton
    Pages 52-64
  3. George Kampis
    Pages 95-102
  4. Juan C. Nuño, Pablo Chacón, Alvaro Moreno, Federico Morán
    Pages 116-127
  5. Christian V. Forst, Christian Reidys, Jacqueline Weber
    Pages 128-147
  6. Barry McMullin
    Pages 158-169
  7. Andrés Moya, Esteban Domingo, John J. Holland
    Pages 170-178
  8. Tomoyuki Yamamoto, Kunihiko Kaneko
    Pages 188-199
  9. Carlo Maley
    Pages 219-233
  10. Takashi Ikegami, Takashi Hashimoto
    Pages 234-245
  11. Chisato Numaoka
    Pages 261-272
  12. Lawrence Bull, Terence C Fogarty, A. G. Pipe
    Pages 273-289
  13. Tetsuya Maeshiro, Masayuki Kimura
    Pages 290-301
  14. Franz Oppacher, Dwight Deugo
    Pages 302-313
  15. Günter P. Wagner
    Pages 315-328
  16. Kunihiko Kaneko, Tetsuya Yomo
    Pages 329-340
  17. Stefano Nolfi, Domenico Parisi
    Pages 353-367
  18. Jari Vaario, Katsunori Shimohara
    Pages 421-435
  19. Domenico Parisi, Federico Cecconi
    Pages 437-462
  20. A. G. Pipe, B. Carse, T. C. Fogarty, A. Winfield
    Pages 463-476
  21. E. Ann Stanley, Dan Ashlock, Mark D. Smucker
    Pages 490-502
  22. Chris Adami, C. Titus Brown, Michael R. Haggerty
    Pages 503-514
  23. Steen Rasmussen, Christopher L. Barrett
    Pages 515-529
  24. Jesús Ibáñez, Daniel Anabitarte, Iker Azpeitia, Oscar Barrera, Arkaitz Barrutieta, Haritz Blanco et al.
    Pages 564-576
  25. Kourosh Teimoorzadeh
    Pages 590-601
  26. Dimitrios Lambrinos
    Pages 602-613
  27. R. Zapata, P. Lépinay, P. Déplanques
    Pages 614-624
  28. Luís Correia, A. Steiger-Garção
    Pages 625-639
  29. Christian Scheier, Rolf Pfeifer
    Pages 657-667

About these proceedings


This volume contains 71 revised refereed papers, including seven invited surveys, presented during the Third European Conference on Artificial Life, ECAL '95, held in Granada, Spain in June 1995. Originally AL was concerned with applying biologically inspired solutions to technology and with examining computational expertise in order to reproduce and understand life processes. Despite its short history, AL now is becoming a mature scientific field. The volume reports the state of the art in this exciting area of research; there are sections on foundations and epistemology, origins of life and evolution, adaptive and cognitive systems, artificial worlds, robotics and emulation of animal behavior, societies and collective behavior, biocomputing, and applications and common tools.


artificial life biologically inspired cognitive systems epistemology evolution robot robotics

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1995
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-59496-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-49286-3
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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