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However it should be noted that this increase in the size of the search space does not increase the complexity of the evolution. Actually, basing ourselves on early experiments, we can even say that it simplifies the evolutionary process greatly. We obtained perfect evolution in 100% of the runs. Here the loo node CGP cell's program was evolved in less than 5000 generations on average, two orders of magnitude less than for the French flag experiment. Though our work is still in an early stage, we were able to evolve also more complex systems, such as a full binary adder using a 9 x 9 grid.

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These signals not only as white double-lines. encode the loop's "genome", but serve also as the instructions for replication. In executing the instructions the ioop hand, a continuously connected closed impact boundary proextends itself and folds into a daughter loop, also containing vides a template for repair of the impact-surrounding region, the genome and capable of self-replication (Langton, 1984). uniquely describing its shape (Figure 1). Both these funcAs pointed out by (Sipper, 1998), Langton's loop and tionalities of impact boundaries can be contrasted with nonits various extensions as well as other self-replicating aucontinuous "guard walls" investigated by Durbeck and Matomata based on Von Neumann architecture, can be thought cias (Durbeck and Macias, 2002) that simply isolate faulty of as unicellular organisms: there is a single genome deregions of the Cell Matrix, without connecting elements of a scribing and contained within the entire automaton.

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