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Immuno-engineering

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Title of host publicationBIOLOGICALLY-INSPIRED COLLABORATIVE COMPUTING
DatePublished - 2008
Pages317
Number of pages15
PublisherSPRINGER
Place of PublicationNEW YORK
EditorsM Hinchey, A Pagnoni, FJ Rammig, H Schmeck
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)978-0-387-09654-4

Abstract

In this position paper, we outline a vision for a new type of engineering: immuno-engineering, that can be used for the development of biologically grounded and theoretically understood Artificial Immune Systems (AIS). We argue that, like many bio-inspired paradigms, AIS have drifted somewhat away from the source of inspiration, We also argue that through an interdisciplinary approach, it is possible to exploit the underlying biology for computation in a way that, as yet, has not been achieved. Irnmuno-engineering will not only allow for the potential development of more powerful AIS, but allow for feed back to biology from computation.

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  • SYSTEMS

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