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ALSO CALLED: File Replication, Database Replication, Replication of Data, Replication
DEFINITION: A replicator is an object or organism that can make copies of itself. Examples abound in the biological world; cells are a common example. However, replicators can also be developed in the electromechanical (or mechatronic) realm. This is of interest to researchers in nanotechnology and robotics.Replicators can exist in either of two forms, known as first-sense and second-sense. A first-sense replicator  … 
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DATA REPLICATION DEFINITION (continued): …  makes an exact duplicate of itself, including any changes that have occurred in its structure after it was created. A second-sense replicator maks a duplicate of itself as it existed when created. In biology, genes are first-sense replicators, while cells in general are second-sense replicators. First-sense replication is of particular interest, because it allows for the possibility of machine evolution.A macroscale replicator, also called a clanking replicator, is a robot that can build a copy of itself using conventional materials and parts. Imagine a robot-building factory in which all the … 
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