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A phylogenetic, ontogenetic, and epigenetic view of bio-inspired hardware systems

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6 Author(s)
Sipper, M. ; Logic Syst. Lab., Swiss Federal Inst. of Technol., Lausanne, Switzerland ; Sanchez, E. ; Mange, D. ; Tomassini, M.
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If one considers life on Earth since its very beginning, three levels of organization can be distinguished: the phylogenetic level concerns the temporal evolution of the genetic programs within individuals and species, the ontogenetic level concerns the developmental process of a single multicellular organism, and the epigenetic level concerns the learning processes during an individual organism's lifetime. In analogy to nature, the space of bio-inspired hardware systems can be partitioned along these three axes-phylogeny, ontogeny and epigenesis (POE)-giving rise to the POE model. This paper is an exposition and examination of bio-inspired systems within the POE framework, with our goals being: (1) to present an overview of current-day research, (2) to demonstrate that the POE model can be used to classify bio-inspired systems, and (3) to identify possible directions for future research, derived from a POE outlook. We discuss each of the three axes separately, considering the systems created to date and plotting directions for continued progress along the axis in question

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Evolutionary Computation, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )

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Apr 1997

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