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Computational modelling of evolution

Computer modelling seems to be a very promising technique to study
complex systems like ecosystems or langauge. In the present paper we
briefly review such an approach and present our results in this field. In
section 1.2 we briefly discuss population dynamics of simple two-species
prey-predator systems and classical approaches in this field based on Lotka-
Volterra equations. We also argue that it is desirable to use an alternative
approach, the so-called individual based modelling. An example of such
a model is described in section 1.3. In this section we discuss results of
numerical simulations of the model concerning especially the oscillatory

Any version of ID consistent with all the evidence is indistinguishable from evolution.

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