Exploring the Evolution of Complexity in Signaling Networks
AbstractSignaling networks are exemplified by systems as diverse as biological cells, economic markets, and the Web. After a discussion of some general characteristics of signaling networks, this paper explores the adaptive evolution of complexity in a simple model of a signaling network. The paper closes with a discussion of broader questions concerning the evolution signaling networks.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Santa Fe Institute in its series Working Papers with number 01-10-062.
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Adaptation; biological cells; building blocks; classifier systems; complexity; exploratory models; modules; signaling networks;
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