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Title Information and living systems : philosophical and scientific perspectives / edited by George Terzis and Robert Arp
Published Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, [2011]
©2011
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Description 1 online resource (xliii, 414 pages) : illustrations
Series Bradford book
Bradford book.
Contents The need for a universal definition of life in twenty-first-century biology / Kepa Ruiz-Mirazo and Alvaro Moreno -- Energy coupling / Yaşar Demirel -- Bioinformation as a triadic relation / Alfredo Marcos -- The biosemiotic approach in biology : theoretical bases and applied models / João Queiroz [and others] -- Problem solving in the life cycles of multicellular organisms : immunology and cancer / Niall Shanks and Rebecca A. Pyles -- The informational nature of biological causality / Alvaro Moreno and Kepa Ruiz-Mirazo -- The self-construction of a living organism / Natalia López-Moratella and María Cerezo -- Plasticity and complexity in biology : topological organization, regulatory protein networks, and mechanisms of genetic expression / Luciano Boi -- Decision making in the economy of nature : value as information / Benoit Hardy-Vallée -- Information theory and perception : the role of constraints, and what do we maximize information about? / Roland Baddeley, Benjamin Vincent, and David Attewell -- Attention, information, and epistemic perception / Nicolas J. Bullot -- Biolinguistics and information / Cedric Boeckx and Juan Uriagereka -- The biology of personality / Aurelio José Figueredo [and others]
Summary 'Information and Living Systems' offers a collection of papers in which scientists & philosophers discuss the informational nature of biological organization at levels ranging from the genetic to the cognitive and linguistic
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Information theory in biology.
Biological Phenomena.
Computational Biology.
Information Theory.
Form Electronic book
Author Arp, Robert.
Terzis, George, 1951-
LC no. 2010026309
ISBN 0262295245 (electronic bk.)
1283119013
9780262295246 (electronic bk.)
9781283119016