Authors: Andrzej Gecow
Kauffman hypothesis “Life on the edge of chaos” is here deeply reinterpreted and takes a new form “Life evolves in half-chaos”. Criticism of interpretative assumptions of Kauffman model is expressed. Also basis of expectation that living objects should be modelled as chaotic systems with strongly increased stability (“half-chaotic”), mainly by negative feedbacks, are shown. Using simulation is proved, that such systems exist and may be constructed. They simultaneously express in similar degree ordered and chaotic reaction on small perturbation. In this state there are only a very small and very large changes, there are no middle changes which defines a small change in a natural way. Using acceptation only a small changes of system functioning, evolution does not drive out of this state which defines the identity of the evolving object.
Comments: 29 Pages. in Polish.
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