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Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics

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Science has made great strides in modeling space, time, mass and energy. Yet little attention has been paid to the precise representation of the information ubiquitous in nature.Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics fuses results from complexity modeling and information theory that allow both meaning and design difficulty in nature to be measured in bits. Built on the f ...more
Hardcover, 350 pages
Expected publication: March 15th 2017 by World Scientific Publishing Company
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Daniel Diaz
Jan 12, 2017 Daniel Diaz rated it it was amazing
Shelves: math, science, id
Marks, Dembski, and Ewert have written a book summarizing in a very accesible way all of their research at the Evolutionary Informatics Lab for the last decade. Since Darwinists have been claiming for too long that evolutionary computation proves the Darwinian mechanism in biology, the authors prove that every time that an interesting search algorithm reaches its target, it is because the programmer induced the program to do so. They trace back the sources of information in the most famous evolutionary algorithms exposing where and when this happens, revealing thus that every time a program reaches a low-probability target, it is because of the very skilled programmer behind it. I.e., because the program was designed to fulfill its goal. (less)
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