Quantifying the pathways to life using assembly spaces

6 Jul 2019Stuart M. MarshallDouglas MooreAlastair R. G. MurraySara I. WalkerLeroy Cronin

We have developed the concept of pathway assembly to explore the amount of extrinsic information required to build an object. To quantify this information in an agnostic way, we present a method to determine the amount of pathway assembly information contained within such an object by deconstructing the object into its irreducible parts, and then evaluating the minimum number of steps to reconstruct the object along any pathway... (read more)

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