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Towards a Definition of Dynamical Hierarchies

D Gross and T Lenaerts

In E Bilotta, D Gross, T Smith, T Lenaerts, S Bullock, H Lund, J Bird, R Watson, P Pantano, L Pagliarini, H Abbas, R Standish, and M Bedau, editors, Workshop proceedings of the eight international conference on artificial life, pages 182-196. University of New South Wales Press, January 2003.


Hierarchical organisation is omnipresent in natural systems and is of special importance in connection with living systems. Thus far it is poorly understood what type of artifically created system is capable of replicating the emergent hierarchical structure of nature. This paper is an attempt to clarify what hierarchical structure should be.

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author = {D Gross and T Lenaerts},
title = {{T}owards a {D}efinition of {D}ynamical {H}ierarchies},
month = {January},
year = {2003},
pages = {182-196},
keywords = {determinacy analysis, Craig interpolants},
note = {},
doi = {},
url = {},
    publication_type = {inproceedings},
    submission_id = {554_1207130712},
    other_year = {2003},
    ISBN = {0-7317-0509-2},
    booktitle = {Workshop proceedings of the eight international conference on artificial life},
    editor = {E Bilotta and D Gross and T Smith and T Lenaerts and S Bullock and H Lund and J Bird and R Watson and P Pantano and L Pagliarini and H Abbas and R Standish and M Bedau},
    publisher = {University of New South Wales Press},

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