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Turney, P.D. (2021), Evolution of autopoiesis and multicellularity in the Game of Life. Artificial Life, 27 (1), 26-43.
Turney, P.D. (2020), Symbiosis promotes fitness improvements in the Game of Life. Artificial Life, 26 (3), 338–365.
Turney, P.D. (2018), Conditions for major transitions in biological and cultural evolution, Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Open-Ended Evolution (OEE3) at the 2018 Conference on Artificial Life, Tokyo, Japan.
Ewaschuk, R., and Turney, P. (2006), Self-replication and self-assembly for manufacturing, Artificial Life, 12, 411-433.
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Smith, A., Turney, P., and Ewaschuk, R. (2003), Self-replicating machines in continuous space with virtual physics, Artificial Life, 9, 21-40.
Smith, A., Turney, P., and Ewaschuk, R. (2002), JohnnyVon: Self-Replicating Automata in Continuous Two-Dimensional Space, National Research Council, Institute for Information Technology, Technical Report ERB-1099.
Turney, P.D. (2000), A simple model of unbounded evolutionary versatility as a largest-scale trend in organismal evolution, Artificial Life, 6, 109-128.
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