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6158artificial immune system

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  • Lucas Gonze
    Oct 3, 2002
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      Rod Price wrote:
      > A co-worker of mine has implemented a de-centralized version of an
      > artificial immune system that would seem ideal for this application.
      > The system can recognize "self" and will flag "not-self." I know
      > this description is vague, but my co-worker isn't around right
      > now (9:00 pm) to help me out. For details on artificial immune
      > systems, look at http://www.cs.unm.edu/~forrest/papers.html,
      > particularly "Architecture for an Artificial Immune System" on
      > that site.

      Any chance of getting more of an executive summary, Rod? My first thought
      is that the idea of 'us' and 'them', as opposed to the 'me' and 'everybody
      else' that decentralized designs normally use, might be too slippery to
      work with.

      (posting that conference paper would be a good thing -- please do!)

      - Lucas
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