Artificial Life is the official journal of the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL). Each issue features international research that spans the hierarchy of biological organization, including studies of the origin of life, self-assembly, growth and development, evolutionary and ecological dynamics, animal and robot behavior, social organization, and cultural evolution.
Table of Contents
Vol. 9, Issue 3 - Summer 2003
Artificial Fish Schools: Collective Effects of School Size, Body Size, and Body Form
Evolving Mobile Robots Able to Display Collective Behaviors
Bridging Nonliving and Living Matter
Selective Instability: Maternal Effort and the Evolution of Gene Activation and Deactivation Rates
Viscous Populations and Their Support for Reciprocal Cooperation
Book Review: Biologically Inspired?