... The non-computability of Autopoietic systems, as advanced here, apparently collides with the simulation results involving tessellation automatas. But new versions of this simulation show that the original report of computational autopoiesis was flawed, as it used a non-documented feature involving chain-based bond inhibition. Thus the closure exhibited by tessellation automatas is not a consequence of the ``network'' of simulated processes, but rather an artifact of coding procedures.
- Juan Carlos Letelier et. al. (J. Theo. Bio. 2003)
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