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 CrittersCritters
Agents evolve to stay on the screen.
 Darwin PondDarwin Pond
An imaginary gene pool, a primordial puddle of genetic surprises. Free download; Windows.
 EdenEden
A networked, self-generating artificial ecosystem by John McCormack. A CD-ROM version for Macintosh and Windows is available for on-line purchase.
 Hardware Artificial Life (HAL)Hardware Artificial Life (HAL)
Lotus Artificial Life's Java cellular automata substrate capable of supporting evolving, self-reproducing organisms which are capable of universal computation.
 Individual-Based Fish Modeling At Humboldt State UniversityIndividual-Based Fish Modeling At Humboldt State University
Modeling software, theory, and applications. Instream flow model for trout. Salmon out-migration survival simulator.
 Java, Artificial Life, and creature behaviourJava, Artificial Life, and creature behaviour
Java application simulates creature behaviours and movement. Available for free download, including source code, and a paper on Artificial Life.
 NecroBones Artificial Life ExperimentsNecroBones Artificial Life Experiments
Features three Java artificial life experiments.
 PandamatPandamat
Highlights the Pandamat artificial intelligence system.
 PolyWorld Information (author's site)PolyWorld Information (author's site)
Source of information, technical report, and source code for the PolyWorld computational ecology, maintained by Larry Yaeger, PolyWorld's author. (This site contains more up to date links and information than the PolyWorld page at the Santa Fe Institute site.)
 Quantum Flux: The Virtual Intelligence MatrixQuantum Flux: The Virtual Intelligence Matrix
A model of human brain function designed by a neuroscientist at UCSD. The VIM is used to drive 3D characters who live in virtual worlds and can express emotion and creativity.
 The Virtual FishTankThe Virtual FishTank
Designed for people of all ages, the FishTank offers firsthand experiences in creating artificial life forms and reveals how simple behavioral rules can produce complex and surprising results.






 

 
 

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