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The Danger Theory and Its Application to Artificial Immune Systems

By Uwe Aickelin and Steve Cayzer

Abstract

Over the last decade, a new idea challenging the classical self-non-self viewpoint has become popular amongst immunologists. It is called the Danger Theory. In this conceptual paper, we look at this theory from the perspective of Artificial Immune System practitioners. An overview of the Danger Theory is presented with particular emphasis on analogies in the Artificial Immune Systems world. A number of potential application areas are then used to provide a framing for a critical assessment of the concept, and its relevance for Artificial Immune Systems

Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.nottingham.ac.uk:634
Provided by: Nottingham ePrints

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