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Artificial Life Software | ----- | Artificial Life software Much of the software listed here is also available via anonymous ftp at alife.santafe.edu. Unix JVN: An implementation of the John von Neumann Universal Constructor (R. Nobili and U. Pesavento) Netlife: evolving neural nets in an environment (Christopher Busch) Primoridal Soup: an artificial life system that spontaneously generates self-reproducing organisms from a steril |

Artificial life links | ----- | Artificial life links Here is my collection of artificial life links. Those that are a must-see are marked with an asterisk (*). If you see any links that are outdated or have changed (particularly if you're the owner of them), contact me and I'll update them. Contents Resources Nonlinear dynamics Cellular automata Lindenmeyer systems (L-systems) Finite state machines & von Neumann machines Adapt |

Artificial life links | ----- | Artificial life links Here is my collection of artificial life links. Those that are a must-see are marked with an asterisk (*). If you see any links that are outdated or have changed (particularly if you're the owner of them), contact me and I'll update them. Contents Resources Nonlinear dynamics Cellular automata Lindenmeyer systems (L-systems) Finite state machines & von Neumann machines Adapt |

Java Applets for Neural Network and Artificial Life | ----- | Applets for Neural Networks and Artificial Life (To Japanese version) Contents Competitive Learning Backpropagation Learning Neural Nets for Constraint Satisfaction and Optimization Other Neural Networks Artificial Life Other Related Applets Simulated Annealing, Cellular Automaton, Bayesian Network, Turing Machine, etc. Competitive Learning Vector Quantizer (VQ) Related to hard competitive learni |

Links to online papers on Self-Organisation, Complexity and Artificial Life compiled by CALResCo | We provide links to many online HTML papers | Complexity Papers Online Some other papers can be located via the Applications and Themes pages. Collections of Papers AI and the Humanities - ed. Franchi & Güzeldere Chaos, Self-Emergence, Evolution, Alife - links by Umur Ozkul Self-Organising Systems - various, plus some postscript, gopher and links Lee Altenberg - evolution and ecology Brint collection - management & organisation William Calvi |

Ragman's Robotics Links | ----- | LINK MENU ROBOTICS VISITOR NUMBER ROBOTICS @~Artificial Life resources AI~WHEEL: Universal Robotics Brain Cells. The missing cog of machine intelligence. ALife Bibliography Applied ALife Artificial Life Online Artificial Life Software Behavior Biology Boids (Flocks, Herds, and Schools: a Distributed Behavioral Model) Complexity Dave's Artificial Life Pages Development Evolution and Learning Evolu |

comp.ai.alife FAQ: Artificial Life Resources | ----- | Last updated: Tuesday, December 19th 1995. (recent changes) Read my mission statement - where I hope this Web resource will go in the future... This WWW site provides a supplemental resource for the comp.ai.alife FAQ. Below are some generally useful resources, as well as information on where to find related FAQs, journals, and (in the spirit of the WWW) information on more specialized topics than |

Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata | Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata | Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata Contributions from the CA community edited by Howard Gutowitz hag@santafe.edu June 1996 The major sections of this FAQ can be obtained from the FTP server, in ASCII or Postscript. When you find broken links, or have new information to contribute, write to the FAQ editor. Generalities. What are CA? General references on CA? What is the CA list? Go |

Package: areas/alife/systems/... | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository PCLIFE: Implementation of Conway's Game of Life for the PC. areas/alife/systems/life/hensel/ This directory contains a fast implementation of Conway's Game of Life for the IBM PC. It allows a huge universe (524288 x 524288) and includes a large collection of patterns. Origin: life.anu.edu.au:/pub/complex_systems/alife/life/life16.zip Version: |

Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems at COGS | ----- | Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems at COGS Last update: May 1998 The School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences (COGS) in the University of Sussex at Brighton is home to one of the world's largest groups of researchers studying artificial evolutionary and adaptive systems. Such work is often described using names such as Artificial Life, Evolutionary Computation, and Adaptive Behavior research. Th |

Howard Gutowitz's Home Page | ----- | Howard Gutowitz Visits since Dec 10, 1995: Papers/Preprints/Patents Gutowitz Bibliography Cellular Automata traffic A cellular automaton model of bi-directional traffic, P. Simon and H. Gutowitz, Phys. Rev. E vol 57:2 pg 2441-2444 (1998) traffic.ps.gz Top The Topological Skeleton of Cellular Automaton Dynamics , C. Domain and H. Gutowitz, Physica D, vol. 103 nos 1-4, pg 155-168 (1997) physd.ps.gz |

Vivarium Page | ----- | Welcome to Vivarium! Vivarium is an interactive simulation of the evolution of behavior. Lifeforms live and adapt on the screen, under your influence. It's an easy introduction to the principles of artificial life. The program runs on Macintosh computers and requires System 7. It is a binhex encoded Stuffit archive. Get Vivarium. (230K) Here is a sample Vivarium world that demonstrates some of the |

Metafind: Search Results {"Cellular Automata"} | ----- | MetaFind Multi-Engine Search[MetaFind Remote] [Dogpile] Sending off queries..., Collecting results... Sorting... Words: Cellular Automata Others Cellular 1.1 Informal Definition of Cellular Automata http://www.tu-bs.de/institute/WiR/weimar/ZAscript/node2.html - Each cell evolves according to the same rule which depends only on the state of the cell and a finite number of neighbor |

1.1 Informal Definition of Cellular Automata | 1.1 Informal Definition of Cellular Automata | Next: 1.2 Simple Example Up: 1 Introduction Previous: 1 Introduction 1.1 Informal Definition of Cellular Automata Cellular automata provide a framework for a large class of discrete models with homogeneous interactions. They are characterized by the following fundamental properties: They consist of a regular discrete lattice of cells. The evolution takes place in discrete time steps. Each cell |

91.html: Cellular Automata List | ----- | Cellular Automata List Bruce Walker (bruce@Think.COM) Tue, 18 Dec 90 11:49:44 -0500 Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Bruce Walker: "Cellular Automata List" This is an announcement of the resurrection of the Cellular-Automata@Think.COM mailing list. This list is also known as the CA-L@MITVMA list in the BITNET world, and comp.theory.cell-automata in the ine |

ACP: Algorithms on cellular automata | ----- | ACP: Algorithms on cellular automata Cliquez ici pour avoir une version française. A cellular automaton is given as a uniform graph network, at each vertex of which a finite automaton (cell) is attached. All these cells communicate in a synchroneous way with their neighbours, along the edges of the graph ( the neighbour notion is uniform too). At discrete times each cell enters a new state, funct |

Albert: description | ----- | description source binary non-totalistic binary totalistic non-binary totalistic "Albert" Linear Cellular Automata Explorer Created by Simon Horman © 1997 Verge Systems International Here lies my linear cellular automata explorer. Originally known as Wolfram in honor of Stephen Wolfram who has done significant research into this field. The name has been changed to Albert partly because there are |

Artificial Life Games Homepage | ----- | Artificial Life Games Homepage Cellular Automata Sites In this list are included all the URLs where you can find all ALife Cellular Automata Software Sites. The Cellular Automata is one of the most wide spread technics used in ALife Simulations. 1. CA Dimensional Cellular Automata ( Pennsylvania ) 2. Cellsim is a cellular automaton simulator by David Hiebeler and Chris Langton.( New Mexico ) 3. D |

Assorted Java Fractal & Cellular Automata Nuts | ----- | ORBIT! | REVISED! The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemna | Gratuitous Chat Room! | Exciting Craps Game! | Log applet for this site| Cellular Automata Applet | Mandelbrot Generator | Julia Sets | Non-Java Chat | Rudy Rucker's Cellular World | Voter Model | Please visit my work homepage. It will make my boss happy ;) Thanks, Ken Source Code! |

Books on CA | ----- | Books on CA Here is a (probably incomplete) list of some books (excluding proceedings) on cellular automata. They are published in English unless otherwise noticed. If you know additional books, please let me know. 1. S. Achasova and O. Bandman and V. Markova and S. Piskunov: Parallel substitution algorithm: theory and application, World Scientific, ISBN 981-021777-3. 2. Andrew Adamatzky: Identif |

Bug Page(alife.jp.org) | www.alife.org's BUG PAGE -- Visit this site to get the latest alife news and alife free products! | Now we are collecting The Genetic Algorithm Software Resources! If You have, please tell us. If your Brouser is not support mailto URL, Click here. Cellular Automata Cellular Automata - includes Java applet examples. Concise Tutorial on Finite Automata Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata Fractals and Automata - fractal Julia Set generator and cellular automata exhibit. Notes on Artificial |

CA Conferences | ----- | Conferences and workshops where papers on CA can be found Events mainly dedicated to CA MFCS workshop on cellular automata: 1998 ACRI (Automi Cellulari per la Ricerca e l'Industria): 1994, 1996, 1998 AUTOMATA (IFIP Workshop on Cellular Automata): 1996, 1997, 1998. deadline for submission: July 15 MoCA (Modeling with CA): 1998 Parcella: 1996 Others Euro-Par: 1997, 1998 FCT (Fundamentals of Computa |

CELLULAR AUTOMATA WALLPAPERS | ----- | CELLULAR AUTOMATA WALLPAPERS These images were created with the freeware Windows program Cellular Automata Laboratory (programmed by John Walker and Rudy Rucker, and originally published by AutoDesk as CA Lab). A Cellular Automata (CA) model consists of a grid of pixels, each having a colour state. Every pixel is periodically updated according to a mathematical rule involving its state and those |

CELLULAR-AUTOMATA | ----- | Categories Computer Science Research: General Academic Discussion_Name CELLULAR-AUTOMATA Topic The CELLULAR-AUTOMATA e-conference is for the discussion of topics relating to cellular automata, lattice gases, L systems, etc. Discussions on the list range from topics in the mathematical theory of CA such lattice gases, implementation/performance issues, and discussions of available CA software pack |

CSC Mathematical Topics: Cellular Automata | Visualization of cellular automata | Cellular Automata Visualizations - Home page - Help - End of the page - Changes - CSC - Comments Cellular automata are simple discrete dynamical systems. Here are a few animations of cellular automata (CA) made by Juha Haataja at CSC. 1D Cellular Automata There is a separate document containing visualizations of 1D cellular automata implemented in Java. 2D Cellular Automata Animation of a 2D cell |

Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata General CA resources Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata Life and its relatives Small spaceships under various rules How to kill a rectangle Paul Callahan's Page of Conway's Life Miscellany Chris Pressey's wwwLife page Robert T. Wainwright's LifePage Other CAs Ants Bugs by Keith Wiley CA software StarLogo Macintosh Artificial Life Software Back to Rich Holmes's pa |

Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata Cellular automata are discrete dynamical systems whose behaviour is completely specified in terms of a local relation. A cellular automaton can be thought of as a stylised universe. Space is represented by a uniform grid, with each cell containing a few bits of data; time advances in discrete steps and the laws of the "universe" are expressed in, say, a small look-up table, thro |

Cellular Automata | Cellular Automata | Next: Frequently Asked Questions About Up: Web sites Previous: Extend Cellular Automata Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata A tutorial on Cellular Automata The BITMed (Laboratory for Biological Informatics and Theoretical Medicine) Cellular Automata page David Griffeath's Primordial Soup Kitchen Stephen Wolfram's Collected papers on Cellular Automata and Complexity Graphics Appli |

Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata Basics Cellular automata are self-generating computer graphics movies. The most important near-term application of cellular automata will be to commercial computer graphics; in five years you won't be able to watch television for an hour without seeing some kind of CA. Three other key applications of cellular automata will be to simulation of biological systems (artificial lif |

Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata General CA resources Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata Life and its relatives Small spaceships under various rules How to kill a rectangle Paul Callahan's Page of Conway's Life Miscellany Chris Pressey's wwwLife page Robert T. Wainwright's LifePage Other CAs Ants Bugs by Keith Wiley CA software StarLogo Macintosh Artificial Life Software Back to Rich Holmes's pa |

Cellular Automata | Cellular Automata | Next: Selected Packages in Up: The Fundamental Algorithms Previous: Evolutionary Algorithms Cellular Automata A cellular automaton is a discrete dynamical system. Space, time, and the states of the system are discrete. Each point in a regular spatial lattice, called a cell, can have any one of a finite number of states. The states of the cells in the lattice are updated according to a local rule. |

Cellular Automata Applications | ----- | Graphics Applications of Cellular Automata RD Texture generation (Y.Takai, N.K.Takai, and K.J.Nakamori: "Exploration of the reaction-diffusion textures", Proc. Int. Conf. on Modelling and Simulation , 1998) Artificial evolution of RD textures (jpeg 57KB) Maze formation (mpeg 120KB) Zebra formation (mpeg 69KB) Virtual clay modeling (H.Arata, Y.Takai, and T.Yamamoto: "Virtual clay modeling based on |

Cellular Automata Pages at LIIN | ----- | The Cellular Automata Pages These are some WWW pages on Cellular Automata. If you have suggestions for improvements or additions, please let me know. Several people have already provided help; see the acknowledgements for a complete list. IFIP Working Group 1.5 The home page of the IFIP Working Group 1.5 on Cellular Automata and Machines. Software This list includes packages for the simulation of |

Cellular Automata Repository | ----- | Cellular Automata Repository CARD N. 25 Last Updated: September 1997 Cellab Rudy's Cellular AutomataJohn's Cellular Automata Classification Identification Installation Usage Notes Classification Top CA type 1-d, 2-d Application field General purpose Complexity High. In RC is possible to define user rules. In JC is possible to set paramaters. Rules type The programs include many predefined rules. |

Cellular Automata and Complexity: CollectedPapers | ----- | Contents Part 1: Primary Papers Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata Algebraic Properties of Cellular Automata Universality and Complexity in Cellular Automata Computation Theory of Cellular Automata Undecidability and Intractability in Theoretical PhysicsTwo-Dimensional Cellular Automata Origins of Randomness in Physical Systems Thermodynamics and Hydrodynamics of Cellular Automata Random |

Cellular Automata as Models of Complexity (1984) | ----- | Cellular Automata as Models of Complexity (1984) Abstract Main Text Cellular Automata Applications Mathematical Approaches Entropies and Dimensions Information Propagation Thermodynamics Formal Language Theory Computation Theory References Reference: S. Wolfram: Nature, 311, (October 1984) 419--424 Previous paper by date | Next paper by date Back to the main page Send comments or suggestions abou |

Cellular Automata as Simple Self-Organizing Systems (1982) | ----- | Cellular Automata as Simple Self-Organizing Systems (1982) Abstract Introduction Simple Initial States Random Initial States Global Properties Conclusions References Note Reference: S. Wolfram: Caltech preprint CALT-68-938 Previous paper by date | Next paper by date Back to the main page Send comments or suggestions about this site to sw-web@wolfram.com. Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998 Stephen Wol |

Cellular Automatas and Artificial Life | ----- | Cellular Automatas Here is a small number of programs related to the Cellular Automata Machines, that includes some cyclic cellular automatons and simple rules such as the mod rule and the wireworld rule. If you want to know more about cellular automata, better to see the CA FAQ in the Santa Fe Institute. All programs runs in EGA and VGA. The programs of this web pages where presented in The Prim |

Cellular Automatas, Fractals & Vista Pro | ----- | Cellular Automatas, Fractals & Vista Pro The following images are made with Vista Pro, a program that renders landscapes via Digital Elevation Models (DEM). In this case, since I never know how to make a DEM, I user my fractal programs to generate a GIF file that contains the elevation data from diferent fractals, then I use LView to convert the file to PCX and then it is converted to DEM via Vis |

Cellular Automaton | ----- | Cellular Automata (1947-present) Cellular automata are the simplest models of spatially distributed processes. They consist of an array of cells, each of which is allowed to be in one of a few states. At the same time, each cell looks to its neighbors to see what states they are in. Using this information each cell applies a simple rule to determine what state it should change to. This basic step |

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Cellular automata on subshifts | Cellular automata on subshifts | Next: Cellular automata on circle Up: Cellular automata with almost Previous: Introduction Cellular automata on subshifts Let A be a finite set and consider the space with the product topology. The set A is called the alphabet, the configuration space, and points in are called configurations. Let act on by translation: . A cellular automaton is a continuous map on such that for all . By the Curti |

Chaosynth Index | ----- | This page is no longer available. For more info on Chaosynth please look at: Chaosynth (Unix/Linux) Chaosynth (Windows 95 - commercial version) |

Class Paint3d | ----- | Class Paint3d java.lang.Object | +----java.lang.Thread | +----Paint3d public class Paint3d extends Thread Class controlling painting of animated 3D logo. This code is not at all generic so there. But I am peased to say thay many oter classes are. @author Tim Lambert @menace Simon Horman Paint3d(Parameters, cselogo, Mousedelta) A drawable area containing a grif of cel |

Computation Theory of Cellular Automata | ----- | Computation Theory of Cellular Automata Summary: Self-organizing behaviour in cellular automata is discussed as a computational process. Formal language theory is used to extend dynamical systems theory descriptions of cellular automata. The sets of configurations generated after a finite number of time steps of cellular automaton evolution are shown to form regular languages. Many examples are g |

Computer & Graphics (1989) | ----- | Complex Patterns Generated By Next Nearest Neighbors Cellular Automata W. Li Computer & Graphics, 13(4), 531--537 (1989) Abstract A greater number of complicated patterns can be produced by cellular automata rules with next nearest neighbors in the updating, than those with only nearest neighbors couplings. Some patterns can be identified as gliders moving on the background, while other rules hav |

Critical connectivity | ----- | Critical connectivity in cellular automata This series of images illustrates the effect of connectivity on invasion percolation in a cellular automaton. Suppose that the cellular automaton represents an epidemic (for example, spread of a disease) or flow through a medium (for example, water seeping through porous rock). Then the 'active' sites might represent susceptible plants in a field, or cav |

DBLP: Bruno Durand | ----- | Bruno Durand List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Home Page Bruno Durand: Tilings and Quasiperiodicity. ICALP 1997: 65-75 Bruno Durand: Self-Similarity Viewed as a Local Property via Tile Sets. MFCS 1996: 312-323 Bruno Durand, Jacques Mazoyer: Growing Patterns in 1D Cellular Automata. FCT 1995: 211-220 Bruno Durand: A Random NP-Complete Problem for Inversion of 2D Cellular Autom |

DII - Parma Cellular Automata master page | ----- | DII - Parma Cellular Automata master page Dana Eckart's CA Definition Time synchronous Cellular Automata (CA) are ideally suited for parallel processing, and have been characterized as `embarrassingly easy' to parallelize. The abstract CA execution model consists of: a possibly infinite n-dimensional lattice of cells; a finite alphabet from which the state of each cell is chosen; simultaneous upd |

Don's Cellular Automata Gallery | ----- | Don's Cellular Automata Gallery I've written code to play with real time animated cellular automata, that applies a bunch of rules to different parts of an image at once. You can create and delete different rules, move them around and resize them, throw them so they bounce around and leave trails, overlap them to mix their effects together, zoom into the cells and scroll around, and draw into the |

EvCA Project | ----- | Evolving Cellular Automata (EvCA) The EvCA Project How does evolution produce sophisticated emergent computation in systems composed of simple components limited to local interactions? In this project we are constructing models of such processes, using genetic algorithms to evolve cellular automata to perform computational tasks requiring globally-coordinated information processing. We are attemp |

Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata | ----- | Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata Here you can explore the space of cellular automata (CA), using a sequence of interactive pages for generating CA with certain properties, by tuning some parameters. Description of the 1-D cellular automata (CA) exploration pages: The elementary CA form allows you to explore the simpliest CA, those with one spatial dimension, two possible states per cell, |

Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata | ----- | References 1 C.H. Bennett, in Emerging Syntheses in the Sciences, Ed: D. Pines. (Addison-Wesley, Redwood City, 1988) S. Lloyd and H. Pagels, Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 188:186 (1988) 2 N. Boccara, J. Nasser, and M. Roger. Annihilation of defects during the evolution of some one-dimensional class-3 deterministic cellular automata, Europhysics letters., 13(6):489, (1990) 3 N. Boccara, J. Nasser, and M. Roge |

FRACTINT cellular type | ----- | Cellular Automata Cellular Automata (type=cellular) These fractals are generated by 1-dimensional cellular automata. Consider a 1-dimensional line of cells, where each cell can have the value 0 or 1. In each time step, the new value of a cell is computed from the old value of the cell and the values of its neighbors. On the screen, each horizontal row shows the value of the cells at any one time. |

Further reading | Further reading | Next: Multi-agent models Up: Cellular Automata Previous: Other rules Further reading The best general introductions to the use of cellular automata in the social sciences are Hegselmann, R. (1996) `Cellular automata in the social sciences: perspectives, restrictions and artefacts' in R. Hegselmann, U. Mueller and K. G. Troitzsch (ed.) Modelling and simulation in the social sciences from the philo |

Games of Proto-Life in Masked Cellular Automata (MCA) | Games of Proto-Life in | Next: Introduction Games of Proto-Life in Masked Cellular Automata (MCA) Syed Mustafa Ali and R. M. Zimmer Brunel University Uxbridge UB8 3PH England (UK) Email: Syed.Mustafa.Ali@brunel.ac.uk Abstract: We investigate a relativistic variant of Conway's Life rule in the context of two-dimensional cellular automata with neighbourhood templates defined by lattice geometry. The Proto-Life rule is base |

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Interesting CA Links | ----- | Links to further information on CA The following links are sorted by the last names of the authors/editors/maintainers of the corresponding pages. Of course, such a list a never complete .... Paul Callahan: Patterns, Programs, and Links for Conway's Game of Life Ariel Dolan et al.: Web Interactive Cellular Automata Rafael Espericueta: Dynamics of Cellular Automata David G. Green: Cellular Automat |

Introduction | Introduction | Next: Cellular automata on subshifts Up: Cellular automata with almost Previous: Cellular automata with almost Introduction A one-dimensional cellular automaton is usually viewed as a rule that gives a time evolution to configurations , where A is a finite set, by where r is the range of the automaton. We will consider cellular automata as shift commuting maps on the space of shift-invariant subs |

Introduction | Introduction | Next: MEAN FIELD THEORY Up: No Title Previous: No Title Introduction A fundamental problem in the theory of cellular automata is classification . A good classification divides cellular automata into groups with meaningfully related properties. In general there are two types of classifications: phenotypic and genotypic[2]. A phenotypic classification divides a population into groups according to t |

Kanada's Cellular Automata Home Page | ----- | Kanada's Cellular Automata Home Page This page is freezed. Updated information may be available at the new cellular automata home page. Created: 8/??/94, Modified: 9/14/97. Kanada's Papers Lists of Papers In English In Japanese A List of all the papges including other research areas are here. Hypertext papers Randomized Asynchronous Cellunar Automata (RACA) Paper by Kanada A Shorter Version of RA |

Lafe Technologies - Cellular Automata Transforms Technology | Lafe Technologies is committed to the exploitation of Cellular Automata Transforms for fast encryption, compression, modeling, and pattern recognition, among many other applications. | On The Horizon Applications The Lafe System The CAT FAQ Cellular Automata Transforms is a new development in the world of Cellular Automata. It has the potential to impact a multitude of important fields of technology including compression, encryption, modeling and much more. Here you can find out more about Cellular Automata Transforms, the types of things we are doing with them, as well as see |

Lafe Technologies - Cellular Automata Transforms Technology | Lafe Technologies is committed to the exploitation of Cellular Automata Transforms for fast encryption, compression, modeling, and pattern recognition, among many other applications. | Lafe Technologies is committed to the exploitation of Cellular Automata Transforms for fast data compression, data encryption, pattern recognition, modeling, and many other applications. Cellular Automata Tranforms have the ability to adapt to the peculiarities of any given problem. The integer-based characteristics of the computational process make encryption, compression, pattern recognition an |

LifeLab | ----- | by Andrew Trevorrow LifeLab is a Mac application for exploring John Conway's "game" of Life and other 2D cellular automata. Cellular automata were first studied in the mid-1950s by Stanislaw Ulam and John von Neumann. The subject became much more widely known in 1970 when Life was described by Martin Gardner in his Scientific American column. Life is played on an arbitrary-sized grid of square ce |

MFCS'98 Workshop on Cellular Automata | ----- | MFCS'98 Workshop on Cellular Automata A Satellite Workshop to MFCS'98 August 25-27, 1998, Brno, Czech Republic The Aim Cellular Automata have attracted a lot of attention recently. Progress has been made in several areas and new topics have been brought up for further research. The aim of the workshop is to allow for an exchange of ideas, to highlight new approaches and results (as well as proble |

Nick Holmberg's Research Page | ----- | Nick Holmberg's Research Page Contents of this web page: What I am up to! Nick Holmberg and Emile Massaad's Nanostructure Research Group Annual Report -- 1995. Nick Holmberg's Nanostructure Research Group Annual Report -- 1994. Why study Cellular Automata? Other people, groups, and misc. web pages in the Cellular Automata Arena. Currently I am reading many articles, books, and journals that may c |

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Package: areas/ca/faq/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata areas/ca/faq/ A compendium of answers to frequently asked questions about Cellular Automata and related topics. Posted to the comp.theory.cell.automata newsgroup. See Also: http://alife.santafe.edu/alife/topics/cas/ca-faq/ca-faq.html Origin: sfi.santafe.edu:/pub/CA/ |

Re: Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Encryption | ----- | [Date Prev][Date Next] [Chronological] [Thread] [Top] Re: Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Encryption To: tcmay@got.net Subject: Re: Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Encryption From: abostick@netcom.com (Alan Bostick) Date: Sat, 09 Mar 1996 15:35:09 -0800 Cc: cypherpunks@toad.com In-Reply-To: |

Searching for Chaos in Cellular Automata: New Tools for Classification | Searching for Chaos in Cellular Automata: New Tools for Classification | Next: Introduction Searching for Chaos in Cellular Automata: New Tools for Classification Paola Flocchini School of Computer Science Carleton University Ottawa K1S 5B6, Canada Email:flocchin@scs.carleton.ca Frédéric Geurts Départment d'Ingénierie Informatique Université Catholique de Louvain Place Sainte Barbe 2 B1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Email: gf@info.ucl.ac.be Abstract: We present new too |

Seecell | ----- | A picture I made Click here to see the inverse of this picture (107k) Description This is a one dimensional cellular automata. The update rule is that the color of each cell is the average of the color of it and it's neighbors on the preceding generation, plus a small random amount. Colors that become too large (too light) overflow and get reset back to zero. This is related to the coloring algor |

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Software for CA | ----- | Software for CA These pages are the WWW version of section 4 of my technical report 37/96 on programming environments for cellular automata. It contains a list of software packages (mostly) for the simulation of CA. Of course this list is incomplete. If you have further informations concerning either the already listed packages or additional ones (maybe yours :-) which you want to be included in |

Stephen Wolfram: Articles on Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata as Simple Self-Organizing Systems (1982) Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata (1983) Cellular Automata (1983) Geometry of Binomial Coefficients (1984) Algebraic Properties of Cellular Automata (1984) Universality and Complexity in Cellular Automata (1984) Preface to Cellular Automata: Proceedings of an Interdisciplinary Workshop (1984) Computation Theory of Cellular Automa |

Suggested Reading | ----- | Suggested Reading: CA and the lambda Parameter (chronological order) C. Walker and W. Ashby, On temporal characteristics of behavior in a class of complex systems , Kybernetik 3(1966) 100-108. C. G. Langton, Studying Artificial Life with Cellular Automata , Physica D 22: 120-149, (1986) Interesting "Methods for Designing 'Interesting' Cellular Automata, H. Gutowitz and C. Langton. CNLS News Lette |

Susan Stepney's Acorn User articles | ----- | Acorn User articles Acorn User is a publication dedicated to Acorn's family of microcomputers: initially the Atom, then the famous BBC microcomputer, followed by the powerful Acorn Archimedes, and now the RISC-PC. I bought my first BBC micro in 1983, and was fascinated by the spectacular fractal effects that I could generate with very short programs. And programs that short are ideal for publishi |

TUTORIAL NOTES - cellular automata | ----- | Copyright David G. Green 1993. This preprint may be copied and used provided that this notice and the authorship details remain attached. CELLULAR AUTOMATA David G. Green, Environmental and Information Sciences, Charles Sturt University Introduction The increasing prominence of computers has led to a new way of looking at the world. This view sees nature as a form of computation. That is, we |

The ACP thematic | ----- | ACP: set of themes Cliquez ici pour avoir une version française. The group ACP studies the Fundamental Computer Science notions related to uniform nets of processors. Different notions of uniformity, process, communications are considered. Uniformity espacially concerns automata networks called cellular automata. Besides the usual nets as the line, the grid, and more generally Z^d, Cayley graphs |

The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Complex Systems | Virtual Library of Complex Systems resources | © Charles Sturt University, 1995-8 "Complex systems" concerns the nature and consequences of interactions and non-linearities in systems of many objects. It includes topics such as artificial life, cellular automata, chaos, criticality, evolutionary computation, fractals, parallel computation, self-organization." Contents: Virtual Library - Registration - Search - Related Libraries - Links |

Thomas Worsch's home page | ----- | Thomas Worsch's home page Email: worsch@ira.uka.de Phone: ++49 721/608-4311 Room: 025 (Bld. 50.34) Here you can find my exact addresses, phone and fax numbers and a photo. Lemma: A WWW home page is always under construction. Proof: By inspection. Contents [Research] [Papers] [Books] [Courses] [Studien- und Diplomarbeiten] [Organizational activities] [Miscellaneous] Research My main interests are |

Thomas Worsch's theoretical research page | ----- | Theoretical research This page is extended from time to time. Together with Alf-Christian Achilles (ACA), Martin Kutrib (MK), Daniel Merkle (DM), Frank Reischle (FR), Jürgen Ruf (JR), Heinrich Rust (HR), Peter Sanders (PS), Roland Vollmar (RV) and Jiri Wiedermann (JW) we (were or) are doing research concerning the following topics complexity theory for (classical) cellular automata, including: co |

Topic: areas/ca/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata areas/ca/ faq/ Cellular Automata FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata mail/ Mail archives for the CA mailing list systems/ Cellular Automata Packages See Also: areas/genetic/ areas/alife/ Origin: FTP repositories for cellular automata include sfi.santafe.edu:/p |

Topic: areas/ca/systems/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata Packages areas/ca/systems/ cam/ CAM: Cellular Automata Simulator cdm/ CDM: Interpreter for a cellular automata programming language. cellsim/ Cellsim: Cellular automata simulator. cinc/ Cinc: The NeXT Creatures Simulator dtr/ DTR: Simple Systems Exhibiting Self-Directed |

Topic: areas/ca/systems/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata Packages areas/ca/systems/ cam/ CAM: Cellular Automata Simulator cdm/ CDM: Interpreter for a cellular automata programming language. cellsim/ Cellsim: Cellular automata simulator. cinc/ Cinc: The NeXT Creatures Simulator dtr/ DTR: Simple Systems Exhibiting Self-Directed |

Universality and Complexity in Cellular Automata | ----- | Universality and Complexity in Cellular Automata Cellular automata are discrete dynamical systems with simple construction but complex self-organising behaviour. Evidence is presented that all one-dimensional cellular automata fall into four distinct universality classes. Characterisation of the structures generated in these classes are discussed. Three classes exhibit behaviour analogous to limi |

Untitled | ----- | Papers accepted for a FULL PRESENTATION at the conference: Maja Malus DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM STOMSYS Salah Badjou ULTRASONIC MEASUREMENT OF POSTURAL STABILITY AND CONTROL Nasser Kaspari USNIG AN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK TO DEFINE THE PLANNING TARGET VOLUME IN RADIOTHERAPY Bozidar Potocnik Automated Computer-Assisted Detection of Follicles in Ultrasound Images of Ovary Gerald Krell ENHANCEMENT AND |

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Untitled | ----- | CelLab: Cellular Automata Laboratory Public Domain Program by John Walker and Rudy Rucker Cellular Automata Laboratory is the Windows version of a package originally called CA Lab and sold by Autodesk, Inc. The main CelLab program JC.EXE was written by John Walker and includes some rules by Rudy Rucker. Enjoy it, back at last, the fastest and best 2D cellular automata program ever written! SEEK Y |

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Why Cellular Automata? | ----- | Next: Rudy's Answer Up: The Autodesk File Previous: Generic Software Acquisition Why Cellular Automata? I met Rudy Rucker at the Hackers' Conference in 1987. I'd read most of his books, but I didn't know he'd gotten into computers. He brought a PC with a CAM-6 board, a hardware cellular automata simulator, and showed some amazing demos. After I got back from Hackers' I thought more and |

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en:att/math/odlyzko/... | ----- | file: att/math/odlyzko/cellular.automata.ps title: Algebraic Properties of Cellular Automata by: O. Martin, A. M. Odlyzko, and S. Wolfram has: been reprinted in "Theory and Applications of Cellular Automata,": S. Wolfram, ed., World Scientific, 1986, pp. 51-90, and: in "Cellular Automata and Complexity: Collected Papers of: Stephen Wolfram," Addison-Wesley, 1994, pp. 71-113. This: version is |

home page of IFIP WG 1.5 | ----- | Welcome to the home page of Working Group 1.5 Cellular Automata and Machines Aims and scope WG 1.5 is subordinated to Technical Committee 1 (Foundations of Computer Science) of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). The mission of the working group is to support the development of cellular automata theory and their applications (especially in parallel computing, in the st |

Applications of Complexity Theory to Academic and Business fields assembled by CALResCo | Links to uses of complexity theory and self-organisation concepts in | Applications of Complexity Theory to Academic and Business fields Art Biology Business Chemistry Economics Education Games Genetics Literature Management Maths Medicine Music Philosophy Physics Psychology Sociology Technology (many more technical applications can be found within the links listed on the Online and Offline Paper pages and within the CA, EC & NN FAQs. Additional suggestions for this |

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Contours of the Mind - Exhibition page | ----- | Contours of the Mind A Celebration of Fractals, Feedback and Chaos. An exhibition of Sonic and Visual Art at the Australian National University Drill Hall Gallery 23 June - 24 July 1994 Discontiuum II Contours of the Mind - a celebration of fractal geometry, feedback and chaos. The event has brought together a unique blend of visual art, science and music, which was exhibited at the ANU Drill Hal |

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David Geoffrey Green | ----- | [Bottom] David G. Green Research Interests Complex systems (connectivity, cellular automata, evolutionary processes); Landscape ecology; Bioinformation, including International Organizaton for Plant Information and Biodiversity Information Network Australian Biological Research Network Curriculum Vitae List of publications Network activities Established Australia's first official World Wide Web s |

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Homepage of Mark Land | ----- | Mark Land On-Campus: AP&M 4859 / UCSD CSE 0114 / La Jolla, CA 92093-0114 mland@ucsd.edu Interests discrete optimization, artificial intelligence, genetic algorithms, cellular automata, artificial life, evolution, neural networks, cognitive science, complex systems, backgammon, interesting games Current Research Investigation of the interaction between global and local search methods in hybrid alg |

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John Conway's Game of Life | ----- | John Conway's Game of Life ...with apologies to Eric Bina. Follow this link to a brief description of the rules and a pointer to some other implementations. Warning: THIS IS NOT REALLY A GAME This is not really a game. It is an implementation of a cellular automata that John H. Conway chose to call "The Game of Life." It simulates the birth, death, etc., of organisms based on certain rules. If yo |

Lexicon | ----- | Definitions and explanations courtesy of (and much thanks to), Jim Crutchfield and Tom Humphrey Bifurcation George Birkhoff Cellular Automata Catastrophe Theory Chaos Complexity Dynamical Analysis Balthazar Van der Pol ENIAC Fractals Kurt Godel Michele Henon A. N. Kolmogorov Edward Lorentz Non Linear Dynamics Benoit Mandelbrot Sante Fe Institute Shannon's Communication Theory State Space Strange |

Machine Learning List: Vol. 9, No. 9 | ----- | [Next][Index] Machine Learning List: Vol. 9, No. 9 To: ML-LIST: ; Subject: Machine Learning List: Vol. 9, No. 9 From: Michael Pazzani |

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Research of Ignaz KOHLBECKER | ----- | Research Ignaz KOHLBECKER, Hiroyuki FUJITA: "Autonomous Distributed Systems in Micro Mechatronics - Evolving Controllers for a Cellular Part Conveyor" Research Overview, Open house of the Inst. of Industrial Science, Univ. of Tokyo Tokyo, Japan, June 1998 Ignaz KOHLBECKER, Manabu ATAKA, Hiroyuki FUJITA: "On the Control of Multi-Functional Micromodules" Proc. 3rd Meeting of the Biomimetic Systems |

reversible: Algebra of Rev 1D CA, part 1 | ----- | Algebra of Rev 1D CA, part 1 Timmy (k317370@alijku11.edvz.uni-linz.ac.at) 25 Apr 94 06:18:16-0400 Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: McIntosh Harold V.-UAP: "Re: Algebra of Rev 1D CA, part 1" Previous message: MikeAt1140: "Re: 1 dimensional reversible CA" Next in thread: McIntosh Harold V.-UAP: "Re: Algebra of Rev 1D CA, part 1" Well, thanks to all for the i |

The Kitchen Sink | ----- | Welcome To The Kitchen Sink A bouillabaisse of fave links for primordial cooking and stochastic karma DOWNLOAD WinCA Check out the final 16-bit version of WinCA, a Windows-based CA experimentation environment. See winca.txt for installation info. DOWNLOAD GASP Try Graphical Aids for Stochastic Processes, our EDUCOM award-winning interactive tutorial on stochastic processes. (DOS shareware in 6 mo |

Web Server Usage | ----- | Institute of Informatics - University of Giessen Web Server Usage Week of Sun Mar 31 00:00:00 1996 Total accesses: 506 Total index accesses: 0 Distribution by Domain: Accesses by top 10 domains: de: 282 com: 114 ?: 21 fr: 20 at: 20 jp: 18 edu: 17 ca: 10 ch: 3 za: 1 30 items accessed most: / 29 /cellular-automata-96 21 /cellular-automata-96/participants.html 9 /staff.html 9 /robots.txt 6 /theoriet |

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Welcome to BITMed | ----- | Welcome to the BITMed Simulation Server at the University of California, San Diego. This server is unique in that the WWW hypertext is interleafed with true complex systems simulations of biological, chemical and physical systems. We are presently building several virtual environments for the rational design of clinical trials and wetlab experiments. Our current simulators are invaluable tools fo |

Xtoys | ----- | Xtoys The directory xtoys contains a set of cellular automata simulators I have written for Xwindows. The executables here are for SunOS 5.4 (Solaris). The xtoys gallery shows lots of pictures produced by these programs (beware if you have a slow link). To peek at the xising user interface, look here. A further description of these files is in my contribution to the Lattice'95 proceedings. The fi |

JcaToi - Java Cellular Automaton implemented in Text Oriented Interactive mode | ----- | JcaToi (Text-Oriented-Interactive Java CA) is a Game-of-Life implementation that is contolled by the html text |

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Mata Hari Results | ----- | Artificial Intelligence Subject Index Average Score: 57 URL: http://ai.iit.nrc.ca/subjects/Chaos.html Summary: Artificial Intelligence Subject Index If you came to this page directly from outside, you might want... Computer Simulation of Societies : Cellular Automata Average Score: 99 URL: http://alife.ccp14.ac.uk/cress/research/simsoc/ca.html Summary: Cellular Automata If you would like us to ad |

Artificial Intelligence Subject Index | ----- | Artificial Intelligence Subject Index If you came to this page directly from outside, you might want to take a look at our general AI Resource page. Chaos, Complex Systems, Nonlinear Systems Center for Complex Systems Research at the Beckman Institute Center for Nonlinear Studies at the Los Alamos National Laboratory Complex (Adaptive) Systems Information at the University of Pennsylvania Complex |

Computer Simulation of Societies: Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata If you would like us to add or update a link please fill in our comment form. Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata A guide to Cellular Automata from A-Life Online. A tutorial on Cellular Automata By David G. Green, Environmental and Information Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Australia. Modelling Traffic Flow using Cellular Automata A short page describing the |

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87: Where is cellular automata research being done? | ----- | Where is cellular automata research being done? Lorien Y. Pratt (paul.rutgers.edu!pratt@rutgers.edu) 21 Jun 87 16:18:55 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Lorien Y. Pratt: "Cellular Automata and Neural Networks" Previous message: bruce@zarathustra.think.com: "CA list" I'm a computer science graduate student who has had a layman's interest in cellular aut |

90.html: cellular automata and neural networks | ----- | cellular automata and neural networks James Baker (baker2@husc6.harvard.edu) 11 Apr 90 18:02:07 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Manoel Fernando Tenorio: "cellular automata and neural networks]" Previous message: Rudy Rucker: "von neumann ref" Next in thread: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski: "Re: cellular automata and neural networks" Has anyone constructed `` |

90.html: cellular automata and neural networks] | ----- | cellular automata and neural networks] Manoel Fernando Tenorio (tenorio@ee.ecn.purdue.edu) Thu, 12 Apr 90 13:02:01 EST Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Turing Conference: "Easter request" Previous message: James Baker: "cellular automata and neural networks" From: baker2@husc6.harvard.edu (James Baker) Subject: cellular automata and neural networks Has any |

90.html: Re: cellular automata and neural networks | ----- | Re: cellular automata and neural networks Kihong Park (mintaka!ogicse!emory!hubcap!ncrcae!usceast!park@bloom-beacon.mit.edu) 14 Apr 90 17:52:41 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Niemel{ Martti: "Mist met as a morning rozer, what did, woke ?" Previous message: Wlodzimierz Holsztynski: "Re: cellular automata and neural networks" Maybe in reply to: James B |

91.html: Re: PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata | ----- | Re: PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata Sneaky Sanj (ssingh@watserv1.waterloo.edu) 18 Mar 91 06:57:55 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Richard Pattis: "PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata" Previous message: Sneaky Sanj: "Re: PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata" Maybe in reply to: Richard Pattis: "PC Products: Fractal |

91.html: PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata | ----- | PC Products: Fractals, Chaos, Cellular Automata Richard Pattis (pattis@cs.washington.edu) 16 Mar 91 07:00:45 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Steve Cumming, net.leftist: "CA in hardware" Previous message: Paul Callahan: "Re: How Intelligent are the Winning Ways?" Is there any list (in a FAQ file) of available PC software concerning Fractals, Chaos, and |

91.html: graduate schools for cellular automata | ----- | graduate schools for cellular automata Jeffrey Shallit (shallit@graceland.uwaterloo.ca) Wed, 9 Oct 1991 01:56:02 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Jeffrey Shallit: "graduate schools for cellular automata" Previous message: Jeffrey Shallit: "graduate schools for cellular automata" Karel Culik at the University of South Carolina works on cellular automata |

92.html: Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms | ----- | Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms Jonathan Shapcott (jxs@dcs.ed.ac.uk) 21 Apr 92 11:25:04 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Stefan Strack: ""Computer Recreations" games" Previous message: Harold V. McIntosh: "Random graphs." Next in thread: Dave Hiebeler: "Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms" Does anybody know if cellular automata have been |

92.html: Re: Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms | ----- | Re: Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms tomh.bbs@cybernet.cse.fau.edu 24 Apr 92 21:47:43 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Lenore Levine: "Cellular Automaton Rule Evolver" Previous message: Scott Bennett: "Re: inappropriate criticism" Maybe in reply to: Rudy Rucker: "Cellular Automata and Genetic Algorithms" rudy@autodesk.COM (Rudy Rucker) writes: |

92.html: Re: HyperLook Cellular Automata Machine for OpenWindows V3 available for ftp | ----- | Re: HyperLook Cellular Automata Machine for OpenWindows V3 available for ftp Richard H. Brandwein +1 908 949 2135 (rhb@hotsand.cnet.att.com) Fri, 31 Jul 1992 19:34:36 GMT Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: bushbo%hiramb.BITNET@mitvma.mit.edu: "Re: Cellular Neural Network Implementation... me too!!" Previous message: Secure Unix Team KID01: "Re: Cellular Neur |

turing: Re: cellular automata as computers | ----- | Re: cellular automata as computers Paul Derbyshire (ao950@FreeNet.Carleton.CA) 02 May 94 10:49:00-0400 Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Cris Fugate: "Re: cellular automata as computers" Previous message: Michael Dyck: "cellular automata as computers" Maybe in reply to: Michael Dyck: "cellular automata as computers" Next in thread: Cris Fugate: "Re: cellula |

urban: paper on cellular automata 2 | ----- | paper on cellular automata 2 Arnaldo (bibo@brezza.iuav.unive.it) Sat, 25 Nov 1995 00:11:35 +0100 Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Previous message: Arnaldo: "paper on cellular automata" Previous papers on Cellular automata and urban studies was published some years ago in German: "Ficties (Fiktive Stadte): Eine Stadtbausimulation" in Wissenschaflichte Zeitschrift der Ho |

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Package: areas/ca/faq/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata areas/ca/faq/ A compendium of answers to frequently asked questions about Cellular Automata and related topics. Posted to the comp.theory.cell.automata newsgroup. See Also: http://alife.santafe.edu/alife/topics/cas/ca-faq/ca-faq.html Origin: sfi.santafe.edu:/pub/CA/ |

Complex Systems in Neurobiology Language and Speech - Day 8 | ----- | Sp&Hrg 803 Complex Systems in Neurobiology, Language, and Speech Day 8 26 March 1998 Cellular Automata Homework Assigned for Next Time Readings Assigned for Next Time Summary of this Day's Class Additional Information Readings Discussed in Class Students Comments on the Readings Summary of this Day's Class We finished our discussions on hierarchical organization. We talked about John Conway's Gam |

Introduction | ----- | INTRODUCTION Introduction My name is Jason Hutchens, and I am a PhD student in Information Technology. By another definition, I am a lazy slob who sits in front of computers all day while pretending to be doing something vaguely important. My ultimate aim in life is to actually do something important. If you browse through my Web pages, you will come to one of two conclusions. Either you will thi |

zzz : ECE 442/642- KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING (HOME PAGE) | : ECE 442/642- KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING Fall 1996 | HOME PAGE: ECE 442/642- KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING Syllabus and Related Course Information Fall 1996 Syllabus Instructor: Dr. R.J. Schalkoff, EIB 334, 656-5913, email: rjschal@clemson.edu Reference: Section 1, time and room TBA. Office hours: TBA in consultation with class; tentatively 1-2 PM MTWThF. Text: Schalkoff, Artificial Intelligence: An Engineering Approach, McGraw-Hill, 1990. (We may have to |

Math WWW VL: Bibliographies | ----- | Math WWW VL: Bibliographies Overseas users: For a potentially quicker response: European users may try our Italian mirror site , kindly provided by Video On Line Middle Eastern users may try our Israeli mirror site, kindly provided by Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Department of Mathematics Information categorized by subject. To suggest an addition to the Mathematics Virtual Libr |

zzz /Root/d-Mathematics/... | ----- | 10720 Alf-Christian Achilles/Martin Kutrib: On relations between arrays of processing elements of different dimensionality. Internet 1996, 13p. 10863 Christopher Adler a.o.: Simulating three-dimensional hydrydynamics on a cellular-automata machine. LANL chao-dyn/9508001 (1995), 19p. J.-P. Allouche: Automates finis en theorie des nombres. Exp. Math. 5 (1987), 239-266. T. Ba''ck/D. Fogel/Z. Micha |

Why Cellular Automata? | ----- | Next: Rudy's Answer Up: The Autodesk File Previous: Generic Software Acquisition Why Cellular Automata? I met Rudy Rucker at the Hackers' Conference in 1987. I'd read most of his books, but I didn't know he'd gotten into computers. He brought a PC with a CAM-6 board, a hardware cellular automata simulator, and showed some amazing demos. After I got back from Hackers' I thought more and |

DBLP: Bruno Durand | ----- | Bruno Durand List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Home Page Bruno Durand, A. Shen, Nikolai Vereshagin: Descriptive Complexity of Computable Sequences. STACS 1999: 150-159 Bruno Durand, Sylvain Porrot: Comparison Between the Complexity of a Function and the Complexity of Its Graph. MFCS 1998: 732-739 Bruno Durand: Tilings and Quasiperiodicity. ICALP 1997: 65-75 Bruno Durand: Self |

DBLP: Giovanni Manzini | ----- | Giovanni Manzini List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Michele D'amico, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: On Computing the Entropy of Cellular Automata. ICALP 1998: 470-481 Dario Bini, Gianna M. Del Corso, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: Inversion of Circulant Matrices over Zm. ICALP 1998: 719-730 Giovanni Manzini: Characterization of Sensitive Linear Cellular Automata with R |

The Cold, Hard Truth About Scott Maxwell | ----- | The Cold, Hard Truth About Scott Maxwell Most Recent Change: Sat Dec 5 05:38:17 1998 UTC. by someone who knows Despite the blatant lies he tells you on Scott Maxwell's Magical Electric Home Page, Scott is an occasionally serious human being. For example, he often manages to be serious while working on the Automated Command Tracker, his major current programming project for JPL. ACT is used by the |

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A Brief Introduction To Cellular Automata (Moshe Sipper) | ----- | References ( Cellular Automata ) BCG82 E. R. Berlekamp, J. H. Conway, and R. K. Guy. Winning ways for your mathematical plays, volume 2, chapter 25, pages 817-850. Academic Press, New York, 1982. BG85 C. Bennett and G. Grinstein. Role of irreversibility in stabilizing complex and nonenergodic behavior in locally interacting discrete systems. Physical Review Letters, 55:657-660, 1985. Bur70 A. Bur |

Evolution of Parallel Cellular Machines (book table of contents) | ----- | Evolution of Parallel Cellular Machines: The Cellular Programming Approach Table of Contents Preface vii 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Prologue ........................................................ 1 1.2 Cellular automata .................................. |

R&D of Hokkaido University Computing Center | ----- | Hokkaido University Computing Center Division of Research & Development Division of Research & Development Peoples The Gallery Mpeg Movies (Cellular Automata) What's new MPP Laboratory (Let's have fun with SR2201) The WWW Signboard Factory (World first CG factory in the cyberspace) Our international research partners ISC, University of Ulster (N. Ireland, UK) Project SHASTRA, Purdue University (I |

DMANET: CIAC 97 - Accepted papers | ----- | CIAC 97 - Accepted papers DMANET (dmanet@math.utwente.nl) Tue, 19 Nov 1996 09:28:16 MET Post Message: Not possible Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: DMANET: "Position available" Previous message: DMANET: "WG'97 Call for Paper" Ciac97 List of Accepted Papers (ordered by ID#) www: http://dsi.uniroma1.it/ciac97/ciac97.html 3 The Algorithmic Complexity of Chemi |

Cellular Automaton | ----- | Cellular Automata (1947-present) Cellular automata are the simplest models of spatially distributed processes. They consist of an array of cells, each of which is allowed to be in one of a few states. At the same time, each cell looks to its neighbors to see what states they are in. Using this information each cell applies a simple rule to determine what state it should change to. This basic step |

Stefano Cagnoni | ----- | Stefano Cagnoni Stefano Cagnoni graduated in Electronic Engineering at the University of Florence in 1988 where he has been as a PhD student and a post-doc until 1997, working in the Bioengineering Lab of the Dept. of Electronic Engineering. He received the PhD degree in Bioengineering in 1993. In 1994 he was a visiting scientist at the Whitaker College Biomedical Imaging and Computation Laborato |

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Recent Additions to the Kitchen | ----- | What's Cooking? RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE KITCHEN December 31: HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Over the holidays, for family and friends, I've produced a 1999 PSK Calendar, featuring some of my favorite cellular automaton creations from the past 12 years. The actual calendar is printed on an HP Deskjet 895Cxi, using glossy stock for the cover and back and premium quality inkjet paper for the 12 inner sheets. Thes |

DB&LP: R. Sommerhalder | ----- | R. Sommerhalder List of publications from the Bibliography Server on Database Systems & Logic Programming R. Sommerhalder, S. C. van Westrhenen: Parallel Language Recognition in Constant Time by Cellular Automata. Acta Informatica 19: 397-407 (1983) Database Systems & Logic Programming: [Home | Search: Author, Title | Conferences | Journals] Michael Ley (ley@uni-trier.de) Mon Apr 22 22:15:01 1996 |

ÀÎ°ø»ý¸íÀÌ¶õ? | ----- | Contents ÀÎ°ø»ý¸í(Artificial life)ÀÌ¶õ? ÀÎ°ø»ý¸íÀÇ ¸ðµ¨¸µ±â¹ý Cellular Automata(CA, ¼¼Æ÷ÀÚµ¿ÀÚ)¶õ? CAÀÇ µµ½ÄÀû ¸ðÇü°ú ¼öÇÐÀû ¸ðµ¨ °£´ÜÇÑ CA ¸ðµ¨ÀÇ ¿¹ Cellular Automata Simulator I. ÀÎ°ø»ý¸í(Artificial Life)ÀÌ¶õ? ÀÚ¿¬°èÀÇ »ì¾ÆÀÖ´Â ½Ã½ºÅÛÀÌ ³ªÅ¸³»´Â Çàµ¿À» ÇÏ´Â ÀÎ°ø ½Ã½ºÅÛ¿¡ ´ëÇØ ¿¬±¸ÇÏ´Â ºÐ¾ßÀÌ´Ù. ÀÎ°ø»ý¸í(Alife)ÀÇ °¡Àå Å« µÎ°¡Áö Æ¯Â¡Àº Ã¢¹ß°ú È¯°æ°úÀÇ µ¿Àû »óÈ£ÀÛ¿ëÀÌ´Ù. 1. Ã¢¹ß(Emergence) ÇüÅÂ Ç |

DBLP: Danièle Beauquier | ----- | Danièle Beauquier List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Danièle Beauquier, Anatol Slissenko: Polytime Model Checking for Timed Probabilistic Computation Tree Logic. Acta Informatica 35(8): 645-664 (1998) Danièle Beauquier, Anatol Slissenko: The Railroad Crossing Problem: Towards Semantics of Timed Algorithms and Their Model Checking in High Level Languages. TAPSOFT 1997: 201-212 |

DBLP: Giovanni Manzini | ----- | Giovanni Manzini List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Michele D'amico, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: On Computing the Entropy of Cellular Automata. ICALP 1998: 470-481 Dario Bini, Gianna M. Del Corso, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: Inversion of Circulant Matrices over Zm. ICALP 1998: 719-730 Giovanni Manzini: Characterization of Sensitive Linear Cellular Automata with R |

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zzz /info/csl-techreport... | ----- | This file contains the list of Computer System Laboratory Tech Reports from 1968-1990. Contact Naomi Schulman (schulman@shasta) for further information. TECHNICAL REPORTS NO. AUTHOR TITLE 01 Spira,P.M. On the Computational Complexity of Finite Functions 02 Smith,A.R. Cellular Automata Theory |

Information Mechanics | ----- | Welcome to the Information Mechanics Group home page. Suggestions and comments are welcome and appreciated. Who We Are IM was formerly a group at the MIT Laboratory of Computer Science (LCS). Our group consisted of research scientists, postdocs, graduate students, a full-time programmer, undergraduates, research affiliates, and collaborators. Group Members Collaborators What We Do We do research |

The Fractal Music Project | ----- | Welcome to the Fractal Music Project Join the Blue Ribbon Anti-Censorship Campaign! What is Fractal Music? Fractal music is a result of a recursive process where an algorithm is applied multiple times to process its previous output. In wider perspective all musical forms, both in micro and macro level can be modelled with this process. Fractals provide extremely interesting musical results, and t |

The Genetic Algorithms Archive | ----- | The Genetic Algorithms Archive The Genetic Algorithms Archive is a repository for information related to research in genetic algorithms. Available from this site are past issues of the GA-List digest, source code for many GA implementations, and announcements about GA-related conferences. Also, links are given to many interesting sites around the World with material related to evolutionary comput |

Cellular Automata | ----- | Cellular Automata Cellular automata are the simplest models of spatially distributed processes. They consist of an array of cells, each of which is allowed to be in one of a few states.You can have linear cellular automata,like the one shown in the applet, planar CA and even 3D CA. At each tick of time, each cell looks to its neighbors to see what states they are in. Using this information each c |

Wolfram and 1-Dimensional Cellular Automata | ----- | Wolfram and 1-Dimensional Cellular Automata Stephen Wolfram worked with a one-dimensional variant of von Neumann's cellular automata; this was fully horizontal and occurred on a single file line. Each cell touched only two other cells, its 2 immediate meighbours on either side, and each succeeding generation was represented by the line underneath the preceeding one. A cell in generation 2 would d |

Self-Organisation, Complexity and Artificial Life/Alife Research, tutorial links compiled by CALResCo | Links given to Introductions and Tutorials in complex systems, self-organisation, | FAQs, Introductions and Tutorials AI ALife Autopoiesis Cellular Automata CNN/CP Chaos Complexity Dynamics Evolutionary Psychology Fractals Fuzzy Systems Genetic Algorithms GNN/GP L-Systems Mandelbrot Set Neural Nets Self Organization Strange Attractor Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Artificial Intelligence - comp.ai newsgroup Artificial Life - comp.ai.alife newsgroup Cellular Automata - comp.th |

SUPERCOMPUTING '95 | ----- | * Supercomputing 1995 * The Use of Cellular Automata in the Classroom * H. Albert Lilly, Ph.D. * Alabama School of Mathematics and Science * 1255 Dauphin St. * Mobile, AL 36604 * email: lilly@olympus.asms.state.k12.al.us * phone: (334) 441-2168 * fax: (334) 433-0113 * B. Title: Genetic Drift * Discipline: Biology * Source: Cellular Automata Machines: A New Environment for Modeling * |

Computational Theory of Cellular Automata | ----- | Complexity Reference: compref347 (BibTex) Authors: Wolfram,S Year: 1984 Title: Computational Theory of Cellular Automata Journal: Communications in Mathematical Physics, 96, 15-57Comments: Looks at cellural automata and their properties. Includes a definition of complexity, regular language complexity (the number of nodes in a minimal directed finite automata).Keywords: AUTOMATA, SCIENCE, PHYSICS |

Topic: areas/ca/ | ----- | CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository Cellular Automata areas/ca/ faq/ Cellular Automata FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Cellular Automata mail/ Mail archives for the CA mailing list systems/ Cellular Automata Packages See Also: areas/genetic/ areas/alife/ Origin: FTP repositories for cellular automata include sfi.santafe.edu:/p |

M. Serra: Testing Tutorial | ----- | DIGITAL IC TESTING: AN INTRODUCTION Micaela Serra University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C., Canada. Reprinted from EE Handbook, CRC Press (1) Introduction In this chapter we give an overview of digital testing techniques with appropriate reference to material containing all details of the methodology and algorithms. Section 2 presents a general introduction of terminology and a taxonomy of testing |

CTHEORY: Tiny Chinese Mechanical Birds | ----- | Tiny Chinese Mechanical Birds Peter Bebergal Tiny Chinese mechanical birds are called automata. The mechanical bird sings. Is the ability to produce a song a category of the real? The mechanical bird tilts its head, it might click its wings or it might produce a vibration to imply the movement of a hummingbird. We know that the hummingbird vibrates as a result of the speed of its wings. The autom |

STACS '98 - Accepted Papers | ----- | STACS '98 February 25-27, 1998 Paris LIST OF ACCEPTED PAPERS The following papers have been accepted for presentation at STACS '98 and for publication in the proceedings of the conference. They are listed here in arbitrary order. Expressive Completeness of LTrL on Finite Traces: an Algebraic Proof R. Meyer a |

The ACP thematic | ----- | ACP: set of themes Cliquez ici pour avoir une version française. The group ACP studies the Fundamental Computer Science notions related to uniform nets of processors. Different notions of uniformity, process, communications are considered. Uniformity espacially concerns automata networks called cellular automata. Besides the usual nets as the line, the grid, and more generally Z^d, Cayley graphs |

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Rudy's Answer | ----- | Next: John's Answer Up: Why Cellular Automata? Previous: Why Cellular Automata? Rudy's Answer The remarkable thing about CAs is their ability to produce interesting and logically deep patterns on the basis of very simply stated preconditions. Just as the Mandelbrot set arises from the repeated iteration of the simple equation Z = Z² + C, iterating the steps of a CA computation can produce fab |

Cellular Automata Laboratory | ----- | USER GUIDE Exploring Cellular Automata by Rudy Rucker and John Walker Table of Contents Introduction Getting Started What Are Cellular Automata? Overview of the Programs Installing and Running Demo of RC Demo of JC Why Cellular Automata? Rudy's Answer Why Cellular Automata? John's Answer A Sampler of CA Applications Image Processing and Image Generation Biology Chemistry Physics Computer Science |

Getting Started | ----- | Cellular Automata Laboratory Getting Started What Are Cellular Automata? Cellular automata are self-generating computer graphics movies. The most important near-term application of cellular automata will be to commercial computer graphics; in five years you won't be able to watch television for an hour without seeing some kind of CA. Three other key applications of cellular automata will be to si |

About the Author | ----- | Next: About this Edition Up: Details Previous: Wendy's About the Author John Walker founded Autodesk, Inc. in 1982, and was its president through 1986 and chairman until 1988. Autodesk, one of the five largest personal computer software companies, has become a leader in the computer aided design industry; its product, AutoCAD, is the de facto worldwide standard for computer aided design and draft |

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HIPRL's Department 6 | ----- | Research on Evolutionary Systems for Brain Communication Department 6 (Evolutionary Systems Department) This page has been accessed times since September 18, 1998. Since 1993, we have been conducting research on evolutionary systems for brain communication, pursuing the principles of communication inspired by the mechanisms of genetics and evolution as occurring in nature. To enable human-to-comp |

The CoDi-1 Bit Cellular Automata Based Neural Net Model | The CoDi-1 Bit Cellular Automata Based Neural Net Model | Next: CAM-Brain Machine (CBM) Up: A "Spike Interval Information Previous: Introduction The CoDi-1 Bit Cellular Automata Based Neural Net Model This section gives an overview of the ``CoDi''neural network model implemented in the CAM-Brain Machine hardware. The model is called ``CoDi'' due to the ``COllect and DIstribute'' nature of its neural signals. CoDi is a simplified CA-based neural network |

BFP - What's New | ----- | What's New 24 December 1998 - Added Fractint Gallery 4 with seven Gallet-6-08 images and a bonus image, a Fractint index page, and new home page title art (Christmas Ornament). 18 April 1998 - Added seven new gravijul images to Fractint Gallery 3, and updated the Fractint Galleries with navigation buttons. 17 April 1998 - Joined The Infinite Fractal Loop! Also added four new Scarab images (finall |

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zzz /bibtex/ca.bib | ----- | @article{adler91, author = {Roy Adler and Leopold Flatto}, title = {subshifts of finite type and sofic systems (?)}, journal = {the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society}, year = {1991}, month = oct, pages = {239--334} } @article{aizawa90, author = {Y. Aizawa et al.}, title = {Soliton turbulence in 1-{D} {CA}}, journal = {Physica |

IFIP Cellular Automata Workshop 96 | ----- | Institute of Informatics - University of Giessen IFIP Cellular Automata Workshop 96 Schloss Rauischholzhausen near Giessen March 25 - 27, 1996 Under the head of the IFIP working group 14.5 we are inviting everyone interested in cellular automata to a workshop taking place in Rauischholzhausen (Germany) from March 25, 1996 to March 27, 1996. General information Steering committee Organizers Invita |

DBLP: Giovanni Manzini | ----- | Giovanni Manzini List of publications from the DBLP Bibliography Server Home Page (Link generated by HPSearch) Michele D'amico, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: On Computing the Entropy of Cellular Automata. ICALP 1998: 470-481 Dario Bini, Gianna M. Del Corso, Giovanni Manzini, Luciano Margara: Inversion of Circulant Matrices over Zm. ICALP 1998: 719-730 Giovanni Manzini: Characterization of Se |

Over $2 Million in Scholarships and Grants Awarded at 1998 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair | ----- | News Archive Photo Archive Press Room in Review Intel Initiatives Product Press Kits Corporate Press Kits Executive speeches,bios, events and more Contact Intel PR Custom News for You Search Press Room Press Room Contents Intel's News Archive is offered as a service to the press for research purposes. Please note that all information is accurate as of the date of the release. For the latest infor |

Lafe Technologies - Cellular Automata Transforms Technology | Lafe Technologies is committed to the exploitation of Cellular Automata Transforms for fast encryption, compression, modeling, and pattern recognition, among many other applications. | |

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Lafe Technologies - Cellular Automata Transforms Technology | Lafe Technologies is committed to the exploitation of Cellular Automata Transforms for fast data compression, data encryption, pattern recognition, modeling, and many other applications. Cellular Automata Tranforms have the ability to adapt to the peculiarities of any given problem. The integer-based characteristics of the computational process make encryption, compression, pattern recognition an | |

Syllabus | ----- | Readings Assignments/misc Finite Difference Equations M Feb 3 Linear and Nonlinear FDEs, Fixed Points, Stability, W Feb 5 K&G 1.1-1.4 F Feb 7 K&G 1.5 M Feb 10 Cycles, Chaos, Bifurcations K&G 1.6 W Feb 12 K&G 1.7-1.8 F Feb 14 K&G DinA 1 M Feb 17 2-D FDE, Stability, Linearization Read Kauffman in preparation for next week W Feb 19 F Feb 21 Networks and Cellular Automata M Fe |

Case Studies | Case Studies | Next: Foundations Up: Relevant Papers Previous: Relevant Papers Case Studies The two primary areas of case study activity were the Algebraic Structure of Computers (A C Fox, N A Harman and J V Tucker), and the representation of Dynamical Systems (J V Tucker, in conjunction with A V Holden and M Poole at the University of Leeds). [Harman, Tucker 95a] N A Harman and J V Tucker, Algebraic models o |

Cellular Automata Laboratory | ----- | Cellular Automata Laboratory by Rudy Rucker and John Walker Table of Contents Getting Started What Are Cellular Automata? Overview of the Programs Installing and Running Demo of RC Demo of JC Why Cellular Automata? Rudy's Answer Why Cellular Automata? John's Answer A Sampler of CA Applications Image Processing and Image Generation Biology Chemistry Physics Computer Science The RC Program Mode Sel |

Applied Futures WWW Site Table of Contents | ----- | Table of Contents Futures Research Data SourcesFutures Research MethodsFootprints of DestinyTimeline Order FormFootprints of Destiny -- Timeline of Major Trends & EventsFutureScope: The Trends, Scenario & Strategy ToolkitThe FutureScope ProcessFeatures & Benefits of FutureScopeFutureScope: TrendsFutureScope: SWOTFutureScope: ScenariosFutureScope: Market AssessmentFutureScope: StrategyFuture |

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What There Is | ----- | What There Is What I Wrote The Aleph anti-FAQ which really only makes sense if you've read the FAQ of the Aleph mailing list The Bactra Review: of books, magazines, and whatever else happens to strike my fancy. A conceit, in several senses. Cadmus, an apologia for my feeble efforts at putting books on-line On Chomsky: A ``Study in Total Depravity'' The imaginatively titled Cosma's Home Page, whic |

Bookmarks on Cellular Automata | ----- | Bookmarks on Cellular Automata Personal Toolbar Folder A little of everything... Ariel Dolan's Home Page (Java Artificial Life) A web-oriented artificial-life site: alife, genetic-algorithm and cellular automata experiments written in cross-platform web languages (java, tcl/tk), with free source code. Artificial Life Online Many of the links on this list branch off of this page. It is a very good |

References | References | Up: A Hierarchical Classification Previous: Appendix III References 1 Culik, K. II and Yu, S. Undecidability of CA Classification Schemes, Complex Systems 2 :177-190 (1988). 2 Denker, M., C. Grillenberger, and K. Sigmund Ergodic Theory on Compact Spaces, Lect. Not. Math. 527, Springer-Verlag (1976). 3 Gutowitz, H.A., Victor, J.D, and Knight, B.W. Local Structure Theory for Cellular Automata. Phys |

Cellular Automata and the Sciences of Complexity (part I) | Cellular Automata and the Sciences of Complexity (part I) | Next: Contents Cellular Automata and the Sciences of Complexity (part I) Howard Gutowitz Laboratoire d'Electronique Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles 10 rue Vauquelin 75005 Paris and The Santa Fe Institute 1399 Hyde Park Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 November 1995 Abstract: This two-part article reviews selected problems in the theory of cellular automata, aiming to locate this theor |

References | References | Up: The Topological Skeleton of Previous: Discussion References 1 C.H. Bennett, in Emerging Syntheses in the Sciences, Ed: D. Pines. (Addison-Wesley, Redwood City, 1988) S. Lloyd and H. Pagels, Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 188:186 (1988) 2 N. Boccara, J. Nasser, and M. Roger. Annihilation of defects during the evolution of some one-dimensional class-3 deterministic cellular automata, Europhysics letters., 1 |

Cellular Automata Resources on the Web | ----- | Useful References for Cellular Automata on the Web Theoretical Kanada's Work on Cellular Automata by Y. Kanada Papers on evolving cellular automata Bibliography of Theoretical Cellular Automata Dr J Dana Eckart's Home Page A parallel cellular automata application in cryptography Bibliography of cellular automata Tutorial on CA in a biological context Critical Connectivity in Cellular Automata Ins |

Social Science Microsimulation | ----- | | Home | Map | Search | Comment | Catalog | Order | Customer Service | Mathematical Methods and Models (Appl. Math.); Simulation and Modeling For researchers and graduate students.- Level: Proceedings K.G. Troitzsch, U. Mueller, G.N. Gilbert, J.E. Doran (Eds.) Social Science Microsimulation 1996. XII, 471 pp. 128 figs. 20 tabs. Hardcover $123.00 (tent.) ISBN 3-540-61572-5 This book gives an overv |

Undecidability in the Spatialized Prisoner's Dilemma:Some Philosophical Implications | ----- | Undecidability in the Spatialized Prisoner's Dilemma: Some Philosophical Implications Patrick Grim |

The Philosophical Computer - Introduction | ----- | Introduction "The strategies for making mathematical models for observed phenomena have been evolving since ancient times. An organism-- physical, biological, or social-- is observed in different states. This observed system is the target of the modeling activity. Its states cannot really be described by only a few observable parameters, but we pretend that they can."--Ralph Abraham and Christoph |

John Conway's Game of Life | ----- | John Conway's Game of Life ...with apologies to Eric Bina. Follow this link to a brief description of the rules and a pointer to some other implementations. Warning: THIS IS NOT REALLY A GAME This is not really a game. It is an implementation of a cellular automata that John H. Conway chose to call "The Game of Life." It simulates the birth, death, etc., of organisms based on certain rules. If yo |

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Research | ----- | Research Groups Experimental Condensed Matter Physics Molecular beam epitaxy; optical properties and characterization; opto-electronic devices; transport in mesoscopic systems; electronic structure and vortex dynamics in high temperature superconductivity; surface physics; ultrafast phenomena; synchrotron X-ray scattering; soft condensed matter and complex fluids; Ultramicroscopy Theoretical Cond |

ME! | ----- | About Me ! Below is a scan from my well-used and tatty gym card. My full name is Kim Lafcadio Hutcheson. I was born in Wellington, New Zealand on December 8th, 1971. In 1973, at the advanced age of 18 months, I was posted to Christchurch, NZ. Then, in 1984, after my family heard the streets of Auckland were paved with gold, we made tracks there. I still live in Auckland. I like it here, althoug |

Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata (1983) | ----- | Abstract Cellular automata are used as simple mathematical models to investigate self-organization in statistical mechanics. A detailed analysis is given of ``elementary'' cellular automata consisting of a sequence of sites with values 0 or 1 on a line, with each site evolving deterministically in discrete time steps according to definite rules involving the values of its nearest neighbors. With |

Random Sequence Generation by Cellular Automata (1986) | ----- | Abstract A 1-dimensional cellular automaton which generates random sequences is discussed. Each site in the cellular automaton has value 0 or 1, and is updated in parallel according to the rule (). Despite the simplicity of this rule, the time sequences of site values that it yields seem to be completely random. These sequences are analysed by a variety of empirical, combinatorial, statistical, d |

Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata | ----- | Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Automata Summary: Cellular automata are used as simple mathematical models to investigate self-organization in statistical mechanics. A detailed analysis is given of "elementary" cellular automata consisting of a sequence of sites with values 0 or 1 on a line, with each site evolving deterministically in discrete time steps according to definite rules involving t |

Twenty Problems in the Theory of Cellular Automata | ----- | Twenty Problems in the Theory of Cellular Automata Summary: Cellular automata are simple mathematical systems that exhibit very complicated behaviour. They can be considered as discrete dynamical systems or as computational systems. Progress has recently been made in studying several aspects of them. Twenty central problems that remain unsolved are discussed. Reference: S. Wolfram, Physica Script |

Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata (1985) | ----- | 3. Evolution from Disordered Initial States In this section, we discuss the evolution of cellular automata from disordered initial states, in which each site is randomly chosen to have value zero or one (usually with probability ). Such disordered configurations are typical members of the set of all possible configurations. Patterns generated from them are thus typical of those obtained with any |

Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata (1985) | ----- | Notes (1) Some aspects of two-dimensional cellular automata were discussed in Refs. 2 and 3, and mentioned in Ref. 4. Additive two-dimensional cellular automata were considered in Ref. 5. (2) Several computer systems were used. The first was the special-purpose pipelined TTL machine built by the M.I.T. Information Mechanics group. This machine updates all sites on a square cellular automaton latt |

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