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This requisite ability to alter responses to signals as circumstances change is also the basis of our calibration of individual signalers. Clues to their identities become clues to the specific significances of their signals, although only for individuals who are sufficiently familiar with them ” [61, p. 368]. With regard to change and adaptation in culture and its regulatory role, modern biologists have increasingly emphasized that the natural selection process includes not only basic biology but also the equally complex elements of culture, cultural change and cultural selection.
In the case of simulation we are not talking about in this paper, what is a process and what is an agent is less clear and is more related to the interpretation of the observer of the system . We are now at the position to propose a methodology derived from this analysis: 1. to specify the search space and the structure of its possible states S; 2. to determine the elementary components C from which the states of the search space are made and among them the choice points determining the change from a state to another and potentially guaranteeing the exhaustive search through the search space (ergodicity condition); 3.