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Artificial Life and the Web: WebAL Comes of Age

Tim Taylor
2014
Abstract

A brief survey is presented of the first 18 years of web-based Artificial Life ("WebAL") research and applications, covering the period 1995–2013. The survey is followed by a short discussion of common methodologies employed and current technologies relevant to WebAL research. The paper concludes with a quick look at what the future may hold for work in this exciting area.

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Reference

Taylor, T. (2014). Artificial Life and the Web: WebAL Comes of Age. In T. Taylor, J. Auerbach, J. Bongard, J. Clune, S. Hickinbotham, & G. Hornby (Eds.), WebAL-1: Workshop on Artificial Life and the Web 2014 Proceedings. Retrieved from https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.5719

BibTeX

@inproceedings{taylor2014artificial,
  author = {Taylor, Tim},
  title = {Artificial Life and the Web: WebAL Comes of Age},
  booktitle = {WebAL-1: Workshop on Artificial Life and the Web 2014 Proceedings},
  year = {2014},
  editor = {Taylor, Tim and Auerbach, Josh and Bongard, Josh and Clune, Jeff and Hickinbotham, Simon and Hornby, Greg},
  publisher = {arXiv},
  url = {https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.5719},
  category = {workshop},
  keywords = {webal}
}

Notes

Preprint on arXiv: arXiv:1407.5719

A greatly expanded version of this paper was published in 2016 as a journal paper.

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