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Artificial Life
Adaptive Behaviour
Biology & Philosophy
PLos Computational Biology
Theoretical Biology

Artificial Life

Mark A. Bedau, Editor

Artificial Life is devoted to a new discipline that investigates the scientific, engineering, philosophical,and social issues involved in our rapidly increasing technological ability to synthesize life-like behaviorsfrom scratch in computers, machines, molecules, and other alternative media. By extending the horizons of empirical research in biology beyond the territory currently circumscribed by life-as-we-know-it, the study of artificial life gives us access to the domain of life-as-it-could-be. Relevant topics span the hierarchy of biological organization, including studies of the origin of life, self-assembly, growth and development, evolutionary and ecological dynamics, animal and robot behavior, social organization, and cultural evolution.

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Adaptive Behaviour

Ezequiel Di Paolo, Editor

Adaptive Behavior publishes articles on adaptive behaviour in living organisms and autonomous artificial systems. The official journal of the International Society of Adaptive Behavior, Adaptive Behavior, addresses topics such as perception and motor control, embodied cognition, learning and evolution, neural mechanisms, artificial intelligence, behavioral sequences, motivation and emotion, characterization of environments, decision making, collective and social behavior, navigation, foraging, communication and signalling.

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Biology & Philosophy

Kim Sterelny, Editor

The past decades have witnessed fascinating and controversial advances in the biological sciences. One may think, for instance, of methods for analyzing the basic molecular units of heredity; of proposals and clarifications of the appropriate methods of classifying organisms; of exciting new ideas about the nature of the fossil record and their implications for the elucidation of evolutionary mechanisms; and of ways in which the biological study of behavior has been extended, theoretically and experimentally, and of supposed implications for humankind. To add to these internal issues, the outside world has also seen much debate on biology – in the world of education, for instance. These and other issues have made biology one of the most exhilarating areas of science, and have aroused in biologists and philosophers an awareness that there is a need for meta-theoretical analysis, both about the very nature of biology, as well as about its social implications.

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PLoS Computational Biology

Philip E. Bourne, Editor

PLoS Computational Biology is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal featuring works of exceptional significance that further our understanding of living systems at all scales through the application of computational methods. It is an official journal of the International Society for Computational Biology.

Journal of Theoretical Biology

Philip E. Bourne, Editor

The Journal of Theoretical Biology is the leading forum for theoretical papers that give insight into biological processes. It covers a very wide range of topics and is of interest to biologists in many areas of research. Many of the papers make use of mathematics, and an effort is made to make the papers intelligible to biologists as a whole. Experimental material bearing on theory is acceptable. Research areas include Cell Biology and Development, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Evolution, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Mathematical Modeling, Statistics, and Data Bases, Medical Sciences and Plant Pathology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, and Biochemistry, Physiology.

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