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A Visual Programming Language for building Artificial Biochemistries in Haskell

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We describe an expressive visual programming language for defining behaviors manifested by actors reified in a 2D virtual world which can be compiled into programs comprised of combinators which are themselves reified as actors. This permits a large (potentially infinite) set of reified self-replicating programs to be constructed in a system with full referential closure.

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