Artificial Life and Complex Systems -- A Subject Catalogue
Created: 10/12/94, Modified: 1/12/97.
Much information is from
AI subject index written by
Knowledge System Laboratory,
Institute for Information
National Research Council,
- Future Conferences (CFPs)
- Past Conferences
- ALife Digest: Artificial Life Distribution List
A New Tool for Social Science -- from ``Daily InScight''
- Research on
"System Theory of Function Emergence" (Japanese)
- Linux AI &
- Tom Ray's Works
- What is Complexity?
-- The philosophy of complexity per se with
application to some examples in evolution, A Paper by Bruce Edmonds
- You may add annotations and/or links to this paper.
- ALife Pages at
Brandeisby Patrick Tufts, containing papers, groups, researchers,
journals and conferences. (The information is not limited to Brandeis.)
- ALife-related Journals
(Abstracts and Contents)
- ALife Simulation Programs
Artificial Life Online at Santa Fe Institute, including
- Santa Fe Institute
- The University of New Mexico,
Dept. of Computer Science
Artificial Life Researches in Japan by T. Unemi, including
ALIREN Mails (in Japanese)
-- ALIREN is Artificial LIfe REsearch Network.
University of California at Los Angeles, including
Artficial Life papers, articles, and software.
Papers, including bibliography, papers by Barry McMullin and
R. J.. Collins's
public, including bibliography on AL and GA, CAM, CDM,
old Tierra, ...
Software for Amiga, IBM, Unix, ...
Digest: Artificial Life Distribution List Archive
which includes some PostScript papers.
``Genetic Images'' in Sep. 1994 Issue of
ALife Items in Germany, including Dewdney's computer recreation
self-reproducing CA, Sims' papers and movies, and so on.
Home Page by Craig Reynolds
Kasprzyk's ALife Page -- Artificial Life for the Macintosh
-- an Amiga ALife program/LAB
"The Artificial Life Resource"
Computation -- A Collection of Links
- An Attempt
To (Really) Tie Complex Systems Together
- Complexity International
-- An Electronic Journal of Complex Systems Research
The Physics of Complex Systems -- A Study Group
Center for Complex Systems Research
at the Beckman Institute.
- Science on the
Edge of Chaos
Center for Nonlinear Studies
at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Complex (Adaptive) Systems Information
at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Links to Alife items such as Tierra
site 2, and its
Alife Distribution List, ...
Genetic Algorithms, Evolutionary Programming, Genetic Programming,
Cellular Neural Networks, and so on.
- An Introduction
to Tierra (Japanese)
at LIFE, Australian National University.
- Complex systems,
Fractals, Chaos, and so on.
an on-line journal, in HTML format.
Santa Fe Institute, including
Chaos, Time-Series Analysis, Cellular Automata, and so on.
Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA.,
including Nonlinear Science Archive.
Chaos Figures: Lorenz Attractor and Time-dependent Behavior of Simple
- Who's who in Nonlinear Scinece.
A Bibliography of Measures of Complexity (inconvenient).
- Kanada's Complex Systems
Collection (Sorry! Currently accessible only from
- CA Mailing List and its archive
- To subscribe, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words
`subscribe cellular-automata' or `unsubscribe cellular-automata' in
the mail body.
- The Mailing List is available as a USENET newsgroup:
- Mailing List Archives
Archive Entry at
CMU AI Repository
- The FAQ for comp.theory.cell-automata
Cellular Automata in
CMU AI Repository (including false links!)
What are some related WWW sites? (From CA FAQ), including
Spaceships in the Game of Life (David Bell-J.ANvrg HeitkNvtter),
Melanie Mitchell's home page, with references to Evolving CA project,
A searchable software archive, CA's at CMU CA Software and other things
-- basically a mirror of old think.com archives,
AU's Complex Systems Archive Some software and a tutorial on CA, and
Cellular Automata Software Packages in
CMU AI Repository, including CAM, CDM, CellSim, Cinc, DTR, Hodge,
Wautom, and WireWorld
- Archive Sites on Cellular Automata
- Kanada's Cellular Automata Home Page,
including his research results on RACA (Randomied Autonomous
EVCA Papers: Papers by Mitchell, Critchfield, et al.,
including Evolving Globally Synchronized Cellular Automata
Page of Dr.
J. Dana Eckart
Life Game by Yoshimoto (Japanese)
Y. Kanada (Send comments
to kanada @ trc.rwcp.or.jp)