SHAPING BEHAVIOUR revolves around the psychological and physical aspects of morphogenesis. From a psychological point of view, shaping refers to the INFLICTED, CAUSED and or TRAINED TRANSFORMATIONS of the behaviour of an organism/object – which we are addressing through computation. The physical meaning refers to the formal outline and/or geometry of a given object – this being both a two dimensional or three dimensional results of the ongoing COMPUTATIONAL EXPERIMENTATIONS. Since we are not interested in static experiments, nor in the direct results, behavior is referring to the PROCESS and the INTENSIVE USAGE of agent based algorithms and systems.
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