Authors: Andrzej Gecow
In the first part: “Report of simulation investigations, a base of statement that life evolves in half-chaos” networks have constant structure. Deviations from their randomness are found in correlations of states and functions of nodes, the change initiating the damage consists of a small change in the node function. Here we also come from the point attractor, but the initiation change is a random addition or removing the node. The networks grow and in them also half-chaos occurs, which is an important complement to the arguments found in the part I. Now structure is changed and the evolution with the condition of a small change keeping the half-chaos creates structural tendencies such as the greater conservativeness of the older nodes. The classic modularity, its source and its connection to ro-modularity are also found.
Comments: 41 pages. v1 - in Polish, v2 - in English, part I - http://viXra.org/abs/1603.0220
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