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  1. Cellular Image Processing by Tao Yang, 2001-05
  2. Statistical Physics, Automata Networks and Dynamical Systems (Mathematics and Its Applications)
  3. Automata Networks: LITP Spring School on Theoretical Computer Science, Argeles-Village, France, May 12-16, 1986. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  4. Neural and Automata Networks: Dynamical Behaviour and Applications (Mathematics and Its Applications) by E. Goles, Servet Martínez, 1990-02-28
  5. A cellular automata model for diffusion and adsorption in zeolites: Construction of a mesoscopic model by Federico Giovanni Pazzona, 2010-02-02
  6. Formal Models of Communicating Systems: Languages, Automata, and Monadic Second-Order Logic by Benedikt Bollig, 2010-11-30
  7. Cellular automata for the analysis of cancer invasion: Mathematics against cancer by Haralampos Hatzikirou, 2010-08-15
  8. Exploring the Geometry of Nature: Computer Modeling of Chaos, Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Neural Networks (Advanced Programming Technology) by Edward Rietman, 1989-03
  9. Stochastic Cellular Systems: Ergodicity, Memory, Morphogenesis (Nonlinear Science) by R. L. Dobrushin, Vitaly I. Kryukov, 1991-02
  10. Cellular Automata: Theory and Experiment by Howard, Editor Gutowitz, 1990
  11. Web cellular automata: a forest fire modeling approach and prototype tool.: An article from: Cartography and Geographic Information Science by Shahram Yassemi, Suzana Dragicevic, 2008-04-01
  12. Cellular Automata: 8th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry, ACRI 2008, Yokohama, Japan, September 23-26, 2008, Proceedings ... Computer Science and General Issues)
  13. Simulation with Cellular Automata by Jörg R. Weimar, 2003-03-15
  14. Cellular Automata: Cellular Automaton, a New Kind of Science, Quantum Dot Cellular Automaton, Bidirectional Traffic, Movable Cellular Automaton

101. Cellab Downloads From Rudy Rucker's Website
The Cellab Cellular Automata Laboratory is the Windows version of a package originally called CA Lab the Rudy Rucker Cellular Automata Laboratory, and sold
Cella b Downloads Home Biography Books Writing ... Email Seek Ye the Gnarl! [In the spring of 2010, the Cellab software became semi-obsolete-in that it won't run under Windows 7. The "good" news is that Windows 7 can in fact run a virtual machine in Windows XP mode, if you download and install some free Microsoft virtual XP This is a public domain freeware program by John Walker and Rudy Rucker. The Cellab Cellular Automata Laboratory is the Windows version of a package originally called CA Lab: the Rudy Rucker Cellular Automata Laboratory , 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! Download John Walker and Rudy Rucker's Cellular Automata Laboratory Software as an archive file, CELLAB2.ZIP If you live in Europe and have trouble with the download, go to John Walker 's site, which is in Switzerland.

102. LifeLab
Andrew Trevorrow s Macintosh application for exploring John Conway s Game of Life and other 2D cellular automata.



Shareware by Andrew Trevorrow PLEASE NOTE: I'm unlikely to do any more work on LifeLab. But don't panic! In collaboration with Tom Rokicki, I've been working hard on a new Life program called Golly. Not only is Golly about a gazillion times faster than LifeLab, it's free, open source and cross-platform. More details, including screenshots and download links, are available at Golly's web site: System requirements
Main features

Screen images
Life-related links
LifeLab is a Mac application for exploring John Conway's Game of Life and other cellular automata. CAs 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 cells. Each cell has two states: "dead" or "alive". The state of every cell changes from one "generation" to the next according to the states of its 8 nearest neighbors: a dead cell becomes alive (a "birth") if it has exactly 3 live neighbors; a live cell dies out if it has less than 2 or more than 3 live neighbors. The "game" of Life simply involves starting off with a pattern of live cells and watching it evolve. Even though the rules for Life are completely deterministic, it is impossible to predict whether an arbitrary starting pattern will die out, or start oscillating, or fill the grid. Life and other CAs provide a powerful demonstration of how a very simple system can generate extremely complicated behavior.

103. NKS-SJSU: Reversible Cellular Automata
by K Paek Cited by 2 - Related articles
Reversible Cellular Automata By Kwanghyun Paek Home Links Applets Papers ... Team Research Paper Click here for Presentation Slide
Title: Reversible Cellular Automata
Table of Contents
  • Introduction Entropy and the Second Law Reversible Cellular Automata Second-order Technique Partitioning Technique Rule 37R Discussion
  • References
    2.Entropy and the Second Law
    3.Reversible Cellular Automata
    A cellular automaton is reversible (also called invertible or microscopically reversible), if its global map is invertible, i.e., for every possible state of the cellular automaton the global map specifies one and only one successor. If a cellular automaton is invertible, it therefore is deterministic in both directions of time. The rule that makes a cellular automaton go backward is called the inverse rule opposite to the direct rule that runs the cellular automaton forward direction of time. In general, the inverse rule is different from the direct rule except for trivial cases shown in the following figure.
    The technique used here generating reversible cellular automata can be applied to all one-dimensional cellular automata; however, no general procedure is known to determine whether a certain rule has an inverse rule. Some techniques for constructing invertible cellular automata were presented by Toffoli and Margolus [4].

    104. Digital Music Online Course - Introduction To Cellular Automata Music Research
    Introduction . Music has always been an interesting domain for the application of new scientific discoveries inviting composers to combine artistic creativity with

    Cellular Automata CAMUS A Cellular Automata Music Generator Game of Life ... Acknowledgments and Further Information
    Music has always been an interesting domain for the application of new scientific discoveries inviting composers to combine artistic creativity with scientific methods. Today, it is becoming increasingly common for the composer to turn to the sciences to supplement his or her compositional models. By the same token, scientists also seem to show interest in the organisational principles to be found in music. Scientific models carry an important component of human thought, namely formal abstraction , which can be very inspiring for music composition. My research work attempts to identify a correlation among different disciplines such as biology, crystallography and computing in order to investigate the possibility of synthesising sounds and composing music inspired by this interdisciplinary framework. A class of mathematical models known as cellular automata plays a central role in my research. Cellular automata have been used to model a wide range of scientific phenomena. They have been studied and developed for over three decades. Although very simple, they can provide models for a wide variety of complex phenomena in a range of disciplines including physics (e.g., dynamic and chaotic systems), genetics and chemistry (e.g., chemical reactions and crystal growth).

    105. Jason's Life Page
    Patterns and resources for Conway s Game of Life and related Cellular Automata by Jason Summers.
    is a silly non-game where you have a grid of cells that can be either ON or OFF, and their states evolve according to simple rules. This site is primarily concerned with collecting interesting Game of Life patterns. For an introduction to Life, you should probably look somewhere else, such as this page
    • Pattern collections (below)
    • Links
      Other web pages about the Game of Life.
    • Status of Life
    • Other rules
      Patterns for cellular automata other than Life.
    • Search software
      Computer programs that search for interesting objects.
    • Miscellaneous
      Updates to this site Jan 13: Updated jslife, oversize, all-osc, and wicks collections (below); merged rakes collections into jslife Sep 6: Updated all-osc collection and guns collections (below)
    Pattern Collections Collection name Description Owner Updated jslife download
    My main collection. Contains many kinds of Life patterns. ( more info Jason Summers 13 Jan '10 all-osc download
    more info
    Jason Summers 13 Jan '10 jslife-oversize download
    Patterns that are very large or very slow. A supplement to the jslife collection.

    106. Modeling Kinematic Cellular Automata Final Report
    File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat Quick View

    107. David Ingalls Bell's Homepage
    Articles on Conway s Game of Life and related Cellular Automata, free Unix software, archives of Life and other CA patterns.
    The home page of David Ingalls Bell
    I am a computer programmer of much experience with an interest in science and mathematics. I was born and educated in the United States, but I now live in Canberra, Australia. My hobbies include Astronomy, Linux, and Conway's Game of Life. I am appreciative of the large amount of free software (with sources) that many others have written, and am happy that I have my own software to offer in return. This page has links to the best bits of it, mostly for UNIX and Linux. My EMail address is:
    Here are some of the freely available programs that I have written:
    • fileselection 1.0 - Java application to manipulate lists of files. BrowserWatcher 1.0 - Java application to watch HTTP connections made by your browser. calc - an arbitrary precision programmable calculator with a C-like syntax. calc 3.1 (experimental) - an experimental new version of an arbitrary precision programmable calculator with a C-like syntax. dblife 8.1 - a Life program running under X11 and UNIX with many editing features. - allows specified users to run certain commands as root.

    108. Cellular Automata Definition
    cellular automata definition of cellular automata from Software objects (short algorithms) running under the control of a
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    cellular automata
    Software objects ' (short algorithms ) running under the control of a special computer program (such as the ' Game Of Life') and represented on the monitor screen as small squares, triangles , or other shapes called ' cells '. Each cell is connected to its neighboring cells by a set of simple rules which also govern which state out of several a cell (such as color movement , and replication ) can have at any given moment. The program begins usually with one or a few cells which trace a simple and often predictable pattern. But as the program progresses (simulates changing environments and random mutations) the number of cells increases and the pattern becomes exceedingly intricate and completely unpredictable, sometimes mimicking the

    109. Main Page - LifeWiki
    A wiki for patterns and general information about Conway s Game of Life and other cellular automata.
    Main Page
    From LifeWiki
    Jump to: navigation search Welcome to LifeWiki the wiki for Conway's Game of Life Currently contains articles.
    • Guns Methuselahs Oscillators Puffers ... A–Z index
      This week's featured article
      A sawtooth is a finite pattern whose population grows without bound but does not tend to infinity. In other words, it is a pattern with population that reaches new heights infinitely often, but also infinitely often drops below some fixed value. Their name comes from the fact that their plot of population versus generation number looks roughly like an ever-increasing sawtooth graph. The first sawtooth was constructed by Dean Hickerson in April by using a loaf tractor beam (a technique that was also used in the construction of sawtooth 633 ). The least infinitely repeating population of any known sawtooth is 260, attained by sawtooth 260 Read more...
      Latest news
      600 pattern milestone — June 19th, 2009
      LifeWiki is now home to a grand total of 600 patterns and over 750 articles. Exciting new additions to the wiki include weekly featured articles on the front page (as well as trivia snippets), rules boxes on pattern pages that describe what rules that particular pattern functions under, a much more complete list of the smallest known

    110. Golly Game Of Life Home Page
    A cross-platform freeware application for exploring Conway s Life and other cellular automata.
    Golly is an open source, cross-platform application for exploring Conway's Game of Life and other cellular automata. The primary authors are Andrew Trevorrow and Tomas Rokicki, with code contributions by Tim Hutton, Dave Greene and Jason Summers. NEWS: Version 2.1 has been released. Golly's key features:
    • Supports unbounded universes with up to 256 states.
    • Supports multiple algorithms, including Bill Gosper's super fast hashlife algorithm.
    • Many different types of CA are included: John von Neumann's 29-state CA, Wolfram's 1D rules, WireWorld, Generations, Langton's Loops, Paterson's Worms, etc.
    • The RuleTable and RuleTree algorithms let you plug in new rules.
    • Responsive even while generating or garbage collecting.
    • Reads RLE, macrocell, Life 1.05/1.06, dblife, and MCell files.
    • Can also read common graphic formats: BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF.
    • Can extract patterns, rules and scripts from zip files.
    • Can download patterns, rules and scripts from online archives.
    • Includes a state-of-the-art pattern collection.
    • Can paste in patterns from the clipboard.

    111. 3D Totalistic Cellular Automata - Wolfram Demonstrations Project
    Totalistic 3D cellular automata starting from a single cube. At each step, a cube is filled in if the total number of cubes around it matches values

    112. Notre Dame Computer Science And Engineering
    Quantum Cellular Automata, a new technology, can make real computers orders of magnitude denser than the limits of CMOS, from molecule size devices; information flows by Coulomb interactions not electric current. Investigators, references. Notre Dame Computer Science and Engineering
    A Notre Dame CSE Department Project
    Designing Ultra-Dense Computers with QCAs
    "A Potential Quantum Leap in Computing"
    Problem: Most projections of CMOS technologies perceive an ultimate limit of about 0.05 micron feature sized devices in about 10 years." The QCA Solution: Utilize a new technology termed Quantum Cellular Automata (QCA) to build real computers orders of magnitude denser than the limits of CMOS from molecularly sized devices where information is moved by Coulombic interactions rather than current flow. Sponsors: CSE Investigators: Some recent posters Some recent papers and/or presentations:
    • Timothy J. Dysart and Peter M. Kogge, "Strategy and Prototype Tool for Doing Fault Modeling in a Nano-Technology," IEEE Nano Conference, San Francisco, CA, Aug. 12-14, 2003.
    • Sarah Frost, Arun Rodrigues, Charles Giefer, and Peter M. Kogge, "Bouncing Threads: Merging a new execution model into a nanotechnology memory," IEEE Annual Symp. on VLSI, Feb. 20-21, 2003.

    113. Cellular Automata Machines - The MIT Press
    by T Toffoli 1987 - Cited by 647 - Related articles

    114. QCADesigner | Microsystems And Nanotechnology Group (MiNa)
    Quantum dot cellular automata simulator and design layout tool. Can simulate millions of cells. Runs on Linux, Mac OS X, SPARC Solaris. Free
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    QCA Designer is the product of an ongoing research effort by the Walus Group at the University of British Columbia to create a design and simulation tool for Quantum Dot Cellular Automata (QCA). This tool is still under development and is provided free of cost to the research community "as is". QCA is an emerging concept in computational nanotechnology for the realization of a computer using arrays of nano-scale QCA cells. These QCA cells are capable of performing all complex computational functions required for general-purpose computation (majority function, Inversion, and fan-out). The QCA Designer tool facilitates rapid design, layout and simulation of QCA circuits by providing powerful CAD features available in more complex circuit design tools. QCA Designer screenshot showing a simple 4-bit processor layout.

    115. Cellular Automata For IPhone, IPod Touch, And IPad On The ITunes App Store
    Oct 19, 2009 Learn more, read reviews, and download Cellular Automata by Socially Conscious Software LLC on the iTunes App Store.

    116. New Microchips Shun Transistors
    Story on magnetic quantum cellular automata research, non-volatile logic, at University of Notre Dame. Works via areas of magnetic orientation instead of transistors and wires. Wired News
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      New Microchips Shun Transistors
      John Hudson Scanning electron microscope imagery shows the magnetic "islands" of a new chip design. The islands are impervious to power loss. View Slideshow For the first time, researchers have created a working prototype of a radical new chip design based on magnetism instead of electrical transistors. As transistor-based microchips hit the limits of Moore's Law, a group of electrical engineers at the University of Notre Dame has fabricated a chip that uses nanoscale magnetic "islands" to juggle the ones and zeroes of binary code. Wolfgang Porod and his colleagues turned to the process of magnetic patterning (.pdf) to produce a new chip that uses arrays of separate magnetic domains. Each island maintains its own magnetic field. Because the chip has no wires, its device density and processing power may eventually be much higher than transistor-based devices. And it won't be nearly as power-hungry, which will translate to less heat emission and a cooler future for portable hardware like laptops.

    117. Cellular Automata At Work - Boing Boing
    May 27, 2009 I ve been interested in cellular automata (CA) for many years, and I helped program two different free, downloadable CA software packages

    118. Algorithms Archive
    A collection including searching, sorting, tracking, mathematics and cellular automata. In English and Italian.

    119. Pierre Tisseur
    Mathematical aspects of cellular automata.

    120. Fun With Cellular Automata
    Cellular automata are simple rules that are applied to a grid of cells, or the pixel values of an image. The same rule is applied to every cell,
    Fun with Cellular Automata, by Don Hopkins
    Playing with real time Cellular Automata is as much fun as putting grapes, marshmellow peeps, peppermint patties, bars of soap, and alluminum foil in the microwave, but much easier to clean up, and don't smell bad! Cellular automata are simple rules that are applied to a grid of cells, or the pixel values of an image. The same rule is applied to every cell, to determine its next state, based on the previous state of that cell and its neighboring cells. There are many interesting cellular automata rules, and they all look very different, with amazing animated dynamic effects. "Life" is a widely known cellular automata rule, but many other lesser known rules are much more interesting! 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 cells in real time with a few simple painting tools. These are some cellular automata images I've created:

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