the branch of psychology that studies the mental adaptations of humans to a changing environment, especially differences in behavior, cognition, and brain structure.
- Evolution of carbon dioxide
evolution of carbon dioxide n. An expression of the rate at which carbon dioxide is produced by the body, usually given as the microliters of carbon dioxide produced in 1 hour by 1 milligram dry weight of tissue.
- Evolution strategy
(ES) A kind of evolutionary algorithm where individuals (potential solutions) are encoded by a set of real-valued “object variables” (the individual’s “genome”). For each object variable an individual also has a “strategy variable” which determines the degree of mutation to be applied to the corresponding object variable. The strategy variables also mutate, allowing the rate […]
[ev-uh-loo-tiv or, esp. British, ee-vuh-] /ˈɛv əˌlu tɪv or, esp. British, ˈi və-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or promoting ; evolutionary: an evolutive process. 2. tending to evolve, or toward . /ɪˈvɒljʊtɪv/ adjective 1. relating to, tending to, or promoting evolution
[ih-volv] /ɪˈvɒlv/ verb (used with object), evolved, evolving. 1. to develop gradually: to evolve a scheme. 2. to give off or emit, as odors or vapors. verb (used without object), evolved, evolving. 3. to come forth gradually into being; develop; undergo : The whole idea evolved from a casual remark. 4. Biology. to develop by […]