Category Archives: Artificial Life

XNBC

XNBC is a software package for simulating biological neural networks. Find XNBC at: http://www.b3e.jussieu.fr/xnbc/

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CONICAL

CONICAL is a C++ class library for building simulations common in computational neuroscience. Find CONICAL at: http://www.strout.net/conical/

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EO

EO is a templates-based, ANSI-C++ compliant evolutionary computation library. Find EO at: http://geneura.ugr.es/~jmerelo/EO.html

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Emergent

Emergent (a major rewrite of PDP++) is a comprehensive simulation environment for creating complex, sophisticated models of the brain and cognitive processes using neural network models. These same networks can also be used for all kinds of other more pragmatic … Continue reading

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mata

A general cellular automata/dynamata program written in C++. Find mata at: http://www.theory.org/software/mata/

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Langton’s Ant Software

This is an example of a finite-state cellular automata. Find Langton’s Ant Software at: http://www.theory.org/software/ant/

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Swarm

Swarm is a kernel and library for the multi-agent simulation of complex systems. The basic architecture of Swarm is a collection of concurrently interacting agents: within this architecture, a large variety of agent based models can be implemented. Find Swarm … Continue reading

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Avida

Avida is an auto-adaptive genetic system designed primarily for use as a platform in Digital or Artificial Life research. In lay terms, Avida is a digital world in which self-replicating computer programs mutate and evolve. Avida allows the user to … Continue reading

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Physis

Artificial life research platform to study the evolvability of different assembly-like computer languages. Find Physis at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/physis/

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