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Computer Viruses, Artificial Life And Evolution: What Computer Viruses Can Teach Us About Life download ebook

by Mark A. Ludwig

Computer Viruses, Artificial Life And Evolution: What Computer Viruses Can Teach Us About Life download ebook
ISBN:
1440491984
ISBN13:
978-1440491986
Author:
Mark A. Ludwig
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CreateSpace (February 9, 2009)
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382 pages
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1787 kb
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Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution?

Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution? All of these questions and more are discussed at length in this incredibly thought-provoking book. You will never think computer viruses are nothing Are computer viruses alive? Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution?

Book by Ludwig, Mark . This book examines evolution using powerful new insights gained from the study of computer viruses and other artifical life programs.

This book examines evolution using powerful new insights gained from the study of computer viruses and other artifical life programs. Computer viruses reproduce, mutate, are killed, become extinct, or prospher in much the same way as organic live forms. This book does not propose any alternative theory to evolution. It does, however, confront the reader with some impossible aspects of its fundamental principles.

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Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution?

Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution? All of these questions and more are discussed at length in this incredibly thought-provoking book. You will never think computer viruses are nothing more than a menace again.

Computer Viruses Artificial Life And Evolution What Computer Viruses Can Teach Us About Life.

Perhaps we can use viruses to better understand what life is in a more abstract sense

American Eagle Publications, Inc. Post Office Box 41401 Tucson, Arizona 85717. Perhaps we can use viruses to better understand what life is in a more abstract sense. A lot of people are interested in finding life somewhere else in the universe. I have no intention of writing a book popularizing science or Artificial Life or anything of the sort And I have no intention of playing by the rules of the polite society, because I have no need for them or it. Instead of seeking to please those in power, I come to recommend some changes.

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Mark Allen Ludwig (August 5, 1958 - 2011) was a physicist from the . and author of books on computer viruses and artificial life

Mark Allen Ludwig (August 5, 1958 - 2011) was a physicist from the . and author of books on computer viruses and artificial life. Ludwig spent less than two years as an undergraduate at MIT, but was reputedly still able to get into the Physics doctorate program at CalTech on the basis of recommendation letters from his past MIT teachers where he was a classmate of Stephen Wolfram in Richard Feynman's course on advanced mathematical methods for physics. He died from cancer at age 51.

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Are computer viruses alive? Can computer viruses evolve like life and become more complex on their own? Could that threaten computing as we know it? Could these digital organisms teach us anything about creation and evolution? All of these questions and more are discussed at length in this incredibly thought-provoking book. You will never think computer viruses are nothing more than a menace again.