Spontaneous evolution of the evoloops in finite space


The ancestor is of species 13. The space is of 200x200 sites with periodic boundary conditions. As time proceeds, smaller loops emerge and dominate larger ones. The whole population gradually evolves toward smaller species, and finally the space becomes filled with the loops of species 4 which is strongest in this world.

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New England Complex Systems Institute

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