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In biology, the importance of environmental feedback to the process of embryogenesis is well understood. In this paper we explore the introduction of a local fitness to an artificial developmental system, providing an artificial analogue to the natural phenomenon. First, we define a highly simplified model of vasculogenesis, an environment-based toy problem in which we can evaluate our strategies. Since the use of a global fitness function for local feedback is likely too computationallydoi:10.1109/cec.2009.4982964 dblp:conf/cec/KowaliwB09 fatcat:gmp7pvfsmfd73lqbckjdeugxfe