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The breveCluster at NMU uses asynchronous computation among multiple computers for student research into evolutionary learning and artificial life with the breve simulation environment. It is operated under the direction of the breveCluster Computation Group, supervised by Jeffrey Horn. For more information, check out the website:

[edit] Projects

  • Isthmus — Evolving reproductive behaviors for a simulated vehicle and creating simulated ecosystem.
  • Synergy — Cell B/E programming with focus on platform utility for parallel computation.
  • Waterhole — Wherein multiple trophic cascade scenarios will be simulated, visualized, and analyzed.
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