memetics

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me·met·ics

 (mē-mĕt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of memes and their social and cultural effects.

[meme + -etics (as in aesthetics).]

memetics

(miːˈmɛtɪks)
n
(Biology) the study of memes and their transmission
Translations
mémétique
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In contrast to regular documents, the content of memotype fields is usually much more focused on specific events and contains less variety.
The frogs are the carrier of memes which consist of memotypes. This algorithm combines both deterministic and random approaches.
Genes and memes do not exist in isolation but form genotypes or memotypes, i.e., the assortments of cultural traits that characterize a particular person, group, or firm and that govern the way a phenotype develops and behaves.