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A Teaching Resource for a Computational Framework of the Value of Information in Origin of Life Questions

Information plays a critical role in complex biological systems. Complex systems like immune systems and ant colonies co-ordinate heterogeneous components in a decentralized fashion. How do these distributed decentralized systems function? One key component is how these complex systems efficiently process information. These complex systems have an architecture for integrating and processing information coming in from various sources and points to the value of information in the functioning of…See More
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A Teaching Resource for a Computational Framework of the Value of Information in Origin of Life Questions

Information plays a critical role in complex biological systems. Complex systems like immune systems andant colonies co-ordinate heterogeneous components in a decentralized fashion. How do these distributeddecentralized systems function? One key component is how these complex systems efficiently processinformation. These complex systems have an architecture for integrating and processing information comingin from various sources and points to the value of information in the functioning of…See More
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A Teaching Resource for a Computational Framework of the Value of Information in Origin of Life Questions

Information plays a critical role in complex biological systems. Complex systems like immune systems andant colonies co-ordinate heterogeneous components in a decentralized fashion. How do these distributeddecentralized systems function? One key component is how these complex systems efficiently processinformation. These complex systems have an architecture for integrating and processing information comingin from various sources and points to the value of information in the functioning of…See More
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A Teaching Resource for a Computational Framework of the Value of Information in Origin of Life Questions

Posted on December 29, 2016 at 12:42pm 0 Comments

Information plays a critical role in complex biological systems. Complex systems like immune systems and

ant colonies co-ordinate heterogeneous components in a decentralized fashion. How do these distributed

decentralized systems function? One key component is how these complex systems efficiently process

information. These complex systems have an architecture for integrating and processing information coming…

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