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Exploring Constraint: Simulating Self-Organization and Autogenesis in the Autogenic Automaton

Exploring Constraint: Simulating Self-Organization and Autogenesis in the Autogenic Automaton

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Many origin of life theories argue that molecular self-organization explains the spontaneous emergence of structural and dynamical constraints. However, the preservation of these constraints over time is not well-explained because of the self-undermining and self-limiting nature of these same processes. A process called autogenesis has been proposed in which a synergetic coupling between self-organized processes preserves the constraints thereby accumulated. This paper presents a computer simulation of this process (the Autogenic Automaton) and compares its behavior to the same self-organizing processes when uncoupled. We demonstrate that this coupling produces a second-order constraint that can both resist dissipation and become replicated in new substrates over time.

OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
LectoraatLectoraat Play and Civic Media
Gepubliceerd inThe Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems Cancun, Mexico, MEX
Jaar2016
TypeCongresbijdrage
TaalEngels

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