Jean-Claude Heudin

Digital Group (2009) : The Origin of Evolution in Physical Systems

The Origin of Evolution in Physical Systems

Jean-Claude Heudin

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Complex Sciences

Springer Berlin Heidelberg

A tentative outline for a model for the evolution of physical systems is presented. The universal classes of dynamical behaviors found in Cellular Automata experiments provide the basis for introducing the variation-stabiliza-tion principle as a synthetic interpretation of these phenomena. It is suggested that biological evolution takes its root in the evolution of physical systems as a particular case of the variation-stabilization principle that occurs at the transi-tion phase between ordered and chaotic regimes.

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