Síntese Computacional de Fenômenos Naturais: Vida Artifi cial e Geometria Fractal Parte 1: Síntese Comportamental


  • Yupanqui Julho Muñoz Laboratório de Sistemas Inteligentes (LSIn), Universidade Católica de Santos (UniSantos), Programa de Mestrado em Informática.
  • Leandro Nunes de Castro Laboratório de Sistemas Inteligentes (LSIn), Universidade Católica de Santos (UniSantos), Programa de Mestrado em Informática.






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Muñoz, Y. J., & Castro, L. N. de. (2006). Síntese Computacional de Fenômenos Naturais: Vida Artifi cial e Geometria Fractal Parte 1: Síntese Comportamental. Cadernos De História Da Ciência, 2(2), 47–76. https://doi.org/10.47692/cadhistcienc.2006.v2.36155