### 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|ALife and Computing

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• Statistical Inference 统计推断
• Statistical Computing 统计计算
• (Generalized) Linear Models 广义线性模型
• Statistical Machine Learning 统计机器学习
• Longitudinal Data Analysis 纵向数据分析
• Foundations of Data Science 数据科学基础

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|ALife and Computing

Creating life-like forms through computation is central to Artificial Life. Is it possible to create life through computation? The capabilities and limitations of computation constrain the types of artificial life that can be created. The history of ALife has close ties with important events in the history of computation.

Alan Turing [65] investigated the limitations of computation by developing an abstract and idealized computer, called a Universal Turing Machine (UTM). A UTM has an infinite tape (memory) and is therefore an idealization of any actual computer that may be realized. A UTM is capable of computing anything that is computable, that is, anything that can be derived via a logical, deductive series of statements. Are the algorithms used in today’s computers, and in ALife calculations and agent-based models in particular, as powerful as universal computers?

Any system that can effectively simulate a small set of logical operations (such as AND and NOT) can effectively produce any possible computation. Simple rule systems in cellular automata were shown to be equivalent to universal computers $[67,72]$, and in principal able to compute anything that is computable – perhaps, even life!

Some have argued that life, in particular human consciousness, is not the result of a logical-deductive or algorithmic process and therefore not computable by a Universal Turing Machine. This problem is more generally referred to as the mind-body problem [48]. Dreyfus [20] argues against the assumption often made in the field of artificial intelligence that human minds function like general purpose symbol manipulation machines. Penrose [56] argues that the rational processes of the human mind transcend formal logic systems. In a somewhat different view, biological naturalism contends [63] that human behavior might be able to be simulated, but human consciousness is outside the bounds of computation.

Such philosophical debates are as relevant to agentbased modeling as they are to artificial intelligence, for they are the basis of answering the question of what kind of systems and processes agent-based models will ultimately be able, or unable, to simulate.

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|Artificial Life Algorithms

ALife use several biologically-inspired computational algorithms [53]. Bioinspired algorithms include those based on Darwinian evolution, such as evolutionary algorithms,

those based on neural structures, such as neural networks, and those based on decentralized decision making behaviors observed in nature. These algorithms are commonly used to model adaptation and learning in agent-based modeling or to optimize the behaviors of whole systems.
Evolutionary Computing Evolutionary computing includes a family of related algorithms and programming solution techniques inspired by evolutionary processes, especially the genetic processes of DNA replication and cell division [21]. These techniques are known as evolutionary algorithms and include the following [7]:

• Genetic algorithms $[34,35,36,38,51]$
• Evolution strategies [60]
• Learning classifier systems [38]
• Genetic programming [40]
• Evolutionary programming [28]
Genetic algorithms (GA) model the dynamic processes by which populations of individuals evolve to improved levels of fitness for their particular environment over repeated generations. GAs illustrate how evolutionary algorithms process a population and apply the genetic operations of mutation and crossover (see Fig. 5). Each behavior is represented as a chromosome consisting of a series of symbols, for example, as a series of 0 s and 1 s. The encoding process establishing correspondence between behaviors and their chromosomal representations is part of the modeling process.

The general steps in a genetic algorithm are as follows:

1. Initialization: Generate an initial population of individuals. The individuals are unique and include specific encoding of attributes in chromosomes that represents the characteristics of the individuals.
2. Evaluation: Calculate the fitness of all individuals according to a specified fitness function.
3. Checking: If any of the individuals has achieved an acceptable level of fitness, stop, the problem is solved. Otherwise, continue with selection.
4. Selection: Select the best pair of individuals in the population for reproduction according to their high fitness levels.
5. Crossover: Combine the chromosomes for the two best individuals through a crossover operation and produce a pair of offspring.
6. Mutation: Randomly mutate the chromosomes for the offspring.
7. Replacement: Replace the least fit individuals in the population with the offspring.
8. Continue at Step 2

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|Biologically Inspired Computing

Biologically Inspired Computing Artificial neural networks (ANN) are another type of commonly used biologically inspired algorithm [50]. An artificial neural network uses mathematical models based on the structures observed in neural systems. An artificial neuron contains a stimulus-response model of neuron activation based on thresholds of stimulation. In modeling terms, neural networks are equivalent to nonlinear, statistical data modeling techniques. Artificial neural networks can be used to model complex relationships between inputs and outputs and to find patterns in data that are dynamically changing. An ANN is adaptive in that changes in its structure are based on external or internal information that flows through the network. The adaptive capability makes ANN an important technique in agent-based models.

Swarm intelligence refers to problem solving techniques, usually applied to solving optimization problems that are based on decentralized problem solving strategies that have been observed in nature. These include:

• Ant colony optimization [19].
• Particle swarm optimization [16].
Swarm intelligence algorithms simulate the movement and interactions of large numbers of ants or particles over a search space. In terms of agent-based modeling, the ants or particles are the agents, and the search space is the environment. Agents have position and state as attributes. In the case of particle swarm optimization, agents also have velocity.

Ant colony optimization (ACO) mimics techniques that ants use to forage and find food efficiently $[13,24]$. The general idea of ant colony optimization algorithms is as follows:

1. In a typical ant colony, ants search randomly until one of them finds food.
2. Then they return to their colony and lay down a chemical pheromone trail along the way.
3. When other ants find such a pheromone trail, they are more likely to follow the trail rather than to continue to search randomly.
4. As other ants find the same food source, they return to the nest, reinforcing the original pheromone trail as they return.

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|ALife and Computing

Alan Turing [65] 通过开发一种称为通用图灵机 (UTM) 的抽象和理想化计算机来研究计算的局限性。UTM 具有无限的磁带（内存），因此是可以实现的任何实际计算机的理想化。UTM 能够计算任何可计算的东西，也就是说，任何可以通过逻辑、演绎的语句系列推导出的东西。当今计算机中使用的算法，特别是在 ALife 计算和基于代理的模型中使用的算法，是否与通用计算机一样强大？

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|Artificial Life Algorithms

ALife 使用几种受生物启发的计算算法 [53]。仿生算法包括那些基于达尔文进化论的算法，例如进化算法，

• 遗传算法[34,35,36,38,51]
• 进化策略 [60]
• 学习分类系统 [38]
• 遗传编程 [40]
• 进化编程 [28]
遗传算法 (GA) 对个体种群在重复世代中进化到提高其特定环境的适应度水平的动态过程进行建模。GA 说明了进化算法如何处理种群并应用变异和交叉的遗传操作（见图 5）。每个行为都表示为由一系列符号组成的染色体，例如一系列 0 和 1。在行为与其染色体表示之间建立对应关系的编码过程是建模过程的一部分。

1. 初始化：生成初始个体群体。个体是独一无二的，并且包括代表个体特征的染色体中属性的特定编码。
2. 评估：根据指定的适应度函数计算所有个体的适应度。
3. 检查：如果任何人的健康水平达到了可接受的水平，停下来，问题就解决了。否则，继续选择。
4. 选择：根据他们的高适应度水平选择种群中最好的一对个体进行繁殖。
5. 交叉：通过交叉操作将两个最佳个体的染色体组合并产生一对后代。
6. 突变：随机突变后代的染色体。
7. 替换：用后代替换种群中最不适合的个体。
8. 继续第 2 步

## 数学代考|计算复杂性理论代写computational complexity theory代考|Biologically Inspired Computing

• 蚁群优化[19]。
• 粒子群优化[16]。
群体智能算法模拟大量蚂蚁或粒子在搜索空间中的运动和相互作用。在基于代理的建模方面，蚂蚁或粒子是代理，搜索空间是环境。代理具有位置和状态作为属性。在粒子群优化的情况下，代理也有速度。

1. 在典型的蚁群中，蚂蚁随机搜索，直到其中一只找到食物。
2. 然后他们回到他们的殖民地并沿途铺设化学信息素踪迹。
3. 当其他蚂蚁发现这样的信息素踪迹时，它们更有可能跟随踪迹而不是继续随机搜索。
4. 当其他蚂蚁找到相同的食物来源时，它们会返回巢穴，在它们返回时加强原始的信息素踪迹。

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