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Traditionally, representation has been perceived as a necessity for producing intelligent behavior. Once the right representation is in place to drive it, behavior unfolds as the system's dynamics interact with what is usually a fixed, structural entity. For many kinds of systems this approach can be successful. However, as a prescription for building increasingly complex adaptive systems,doi:10.1145/1102256.1102324 dblp:conf/gecco/LewisL05 fatcat:5trhxtar2zd6jhhjmghffktbya