On Mon, 2 Oct 2000 03:51:02 -0700 (PDT) Eugene Leitl
> > 4. Do the "species" in this research correspond more closely to
> > biological genes or to biological species?
> Huh? The genotype (a bunch of bits) encodes a phenotype
> when expressed in the system context. The phenotype gets evaluated
> fitness, not the genotype.
True. Let me restate my question: In relation to biological organisms,
do the "species" in this research correspond more closely to individual
phenotypical traits, or to species? I think the answer to this question
depends on how one defines the ecosystem (Samantha recently pointed out
the importance of defining the ecosystem)
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