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  1. Cellular Computing (Genomics and Bioinformatics) by Barbara Hanawalt, 2004-08-05
  2. ESSAYS ON CELLULAR AUTOMATA by Arthur S. Burks, 1970
  3. Cellular Automata: 6th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry, ACRI 2004, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 25-28, 2004. ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  4. Modeling urban expansion scenarios by coupling cellular automata model and system dynamic model in Beijing, China [An article from: Applied Geography] by C. He, N. Okada, et all 2006-10-01
  5. Exploring the Geometry of Nature: Computer Modeling of Chaos, Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Neural Networks (Advanced Programming Technology) by Edward Rietman, 1989-02
  6. Dynamical Systems and Cellular Automata by J. Demongeot, E. Goles, 1985-10
  7. Modern Cellular Automata: Theory and Applications (Advanced Applications in Pattern Recognition) by Kendall Preston Jr., Michael J.B. Duff, 1985-02-28
  8. Cellular Automata in Hyperbolic Spaces, Volume I: Theory by Maurice Margenstern, 2007-07-01
  9. Additive Cellular Automata: Theory and Applications, Volume 1 by Parimal Pal Chaudhuri, Dipanwita Roy Chowdhury, et all 1997-06-27
  10. Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata: Simple Models of Complex Hydrodynamics (Collection Alea-Saclay: Monographs and Texts in Statistical Physics) by Daniel H. Rothman, Stiphane Zaleski, 2004-12-23
  11. Non-Standard Computation: Molecular Computation - Cellular Automata - Evolutionary Algorithms - Quantum Computers by Tino Gramss, M. Gross, et all 1998-06-24
  12. Cellular Automata Transforms: Theory and Applications in Multimedia Compression, Encryption, and Modeling (Multimedia Systems and Applications) by Olu Lafe, 2000-01-15
  13. Cellular Automata: 5th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry, ACRI 2002, Geneva, Switzerland, October 9-11, 2002, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  14. Cellular Automata: 7th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry, ACRI 2006, Perpignan, France, September 20-23, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

21. QCADesigner: The QCA Simulator Homepage
Quantumdot cellular automata simulator and design layout tool. QCADesigner is capable of simulation with millions of cells. Available for Linux, mac OS X, and SPARC Solaris and is free to download.
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22. Buy Cellular Automata Theory And Experiment By Howard Gutowiz At
cellular automata Theory and Experiment by Howard Gutowiz in Paperback. ISBN 0262570866. cellular automata, dynamic systems in which space and time are discrete, are yielding interesting

23. Hermetic Systems: Calendars, Encryption, Astronomy, Prime Numbers And More
Software for calendar date conversion (Maya, Chinese), file encryption, eclipse prediction, textto-HTML conversion, cellular automata, factorization and prime number studies.
Since 1997 this website has been providing articles and software concerning calendars, date conversion, encryption, factorization, prime numbers, cellular automata, C and HTML programming, lunar phases and eclipses, steganography, secure file deletion, graphics file conversion and other scientific, business and computational topics. If you just want to know if something interesting has been added recently then look at What's New Most recent: Easy Graphics File Converter now displays converted images in the default web browser. The software available via this website is listed in the panel at left (click on a title to go to the associated documentation). Most of these can be downloaded as trial or demo versions, which can be converted to fully-functional after purchase of a user license. For further details, including prices and current version numbers, see Software Available . Our Kagi online order form is here (it's also possible to purchase via Share-it! and via via Paypal ). Technical support is available from

24. DOE Document - Aperiodicity In One-dimensional Cellular Automata
cellular automata are a class of mathematical systems characterized by discreteness (in space, time, and state values Aperiodicity in onedimensional cellular automata. - -

25. Parity Cellular Automata Rules

26. Computopia: Creative Computing Centre
Win Software for learning mathematics and physics experiment simulators, analytic geometry, cellular automata, game of life, percolation, chaos.
Dive into the Future with ... Virtual Dynamics Javier Montenegro Joo The Palatinus Research Foundation "Virtual Dynamics" is the name of an Algorithm created by JMJ in 1988 to Simulate the Stochastic Aggregation of Diffusing Particles (Thesis, San Marcos University). Virtual Dynamics is a Registered Trademark of the Palatinus Research Foundation. All Rights are Reserved. Virtual Dynamics / Software: Ciencias e Ingenieria
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Javier Montenegro Joo

27. Cellular Automata
cellular automata This paper deals with one approach designing complex biomorphical shapes by means of the evolutional processes, which are represented by the cellular automata with different

28. Cellular Automata
cellular automata. 24 Dec 2003 1704 Greg Egan, Permutation City. This is the only science fiction I’ve read featuring cellular automata in any serious way.
Cellular Automata
24 Dec 2003 17:04 The chess-board is the world; the pieces are the phenomena of the universe; the rules of the game are what we call the laws of Nature.
transition rule, finite-state automaton cellular automaton, or CA. To run it, you colors the cells in your favorite pattern, start the clock, and stand back. neighborhood, any pattern of cells which will fill the plane One important use of CAs is to mimic bits and pieces of the real world, or, as they say in the trade, to model lattice gasses pattern formation , for insect colonies, for ecosystems , for the development of organisms CAs were not invented, however, to be realistic models of Nature. They started with John von Neumann , who wanted to study self-reproduction, and decided that the first thing to do was ignore everything biologists had learned about the way actually existing organisms reproduce themselves. This is known as hubris,
  • Build a general constructive automaton, according this plan;
  • Copy this tape into the new constructor, then you have an automaton (constructor + tape) which will reproduce itself.
  • 29. Softology
    Windows application that generates fractals, cellular automata, attractors, IFS, Lsystems, music, and other related simulations. Supports 2D and 3D fractal generation and movies.
    Main Gallery Software Links ... Contact Welcome. Softology develops high quality applications for Windows at affordable prices. These web pages have been kept relatively simple to speed download times. If you want some eye candy, download Visions Of Chaos and you will be able to make more pretty pictures and movies than your hard drive can hold.
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    30. JavaScript Simulation Of Conway's Game Of Life
    Simulation of general cellular automata and Conway's Game of Life implemented entirely in JavaScript.
    These are cellular automata simulations I wrote in JavaScript one weekend. As of November 9th, 1999, these are the only such simulations written in JavaScript on the web. Which is a fact that doesn't really surprise me as JavaScript is dog slow and the browser compatibility issues are a nightmare. So why did I do it? Because it was there. Actually, JavaScript isn't a bad language for writing the simulations, it provides object orientation, automatic type conversion, and easy access to HTML elements (great for displaying images). It just isn't a good environment for running the simulations :). The simulations are notably slower than ones written in "real" languages. The scripts in these pages require a web browser which implements version 1.2 or higher of the Javascript language as well as the Document Object Model . All scripts are standards-compliant, not browser-compliant. If your browser is not also standards-compliant, then perhaps you should consider getting one that is :). For these scripts, the relavant standards are HTML 2.0 or higher, the EMCA-262 , and the

    31. The Complexity And Artificial Life Research Concept For Self-Organizing Systems
    attractors, artificial life, cellular automata, fractals, genetic algorithms, neural networks ..
    Welcome to
    for Self-Organizing Systems
    This site is dedicated to modern systems thinking in all its various forms
    an on-line educational activity of CALResCo , for scientist, artist and humanist, young and old
    Click here to read our Complex Systems teachings
    Specialisms Generalisms Applications ... Site Search Facility
    Here we will introduce the integrating sciences of Complex Systems and of ALife together with related systems areas. We'll also pursue the wider social implications of these transdisciplinary theories of self-organization on mind, art, spirit and life as it could be...
    Are these the eagerly awaited questions behind "Life, the Universe and Everything" ?
    Not quite... Even our infinite improbability drive can't take you there. But on this site, effects drive causes, answers pose the questions, science and values merge and we take trips into strange new worlds, travelling in an unreal Phase Space within hidden dimensions.
    Fiction ? You may well think so. Yet everything here is pure science, with lots of art and philosophy thrown in free, reflecting what's striking and best in recent research (our own and that of others) in the new contextual sciences of Complexity Theory plus associated fields. This is the creative, and very human, scientific world of tomorrow.

    32. Cellular Automata And Complexity: Collected Papers
    cellular automata and Complexity Collected Papers by Stephen Wolfram Are mathematical equations the best way to model nature? For

    Cellular Automata and Complexity: Collected Papers
    Cellular Automata and Complexity: Collected Papers
    by Stephen Wolfram
    Are mathematical equations the best way to model nature? For many years it had been assumed that they were. But in the early 1980s, Stephen Wolfram made the radical proposal that one should instead build models that are based directly on simple computer programs. Wolfram made a detailed study of a class of such models known as cellular automata, and discovered a remarkable fact: that even when the underlying rules are very simple, the behavior they produce can be highly complex, and can mimic many features of what we see in nature. And based on this result, Wolfram began a program to develop what has become A New Kind of Science The results of Wolfram's work found many applications, from the so-called Wolfram Classification central to fields such as artificial life, to new ideas about cryptography and fluid dynamics. This book is a collection of Wolfram's original papers on cellular automata and complexity. Some of these papers are widely known in the scientific community; others have never been published before. Together, the papers provide a highly readable account of what has become a major new field of science, with important implications for physics, biology, economics, computer science and many other areas. Published (1994):
    ISBN 0-201-62716-7 (hardcover)
    ISBN 0-201-62664-0 (paperback) Go to the table of contents

    33. Evolutionary Systems And Artificial Life
    This course presents an overview of the field of Evolutionary Systems and its applied branch of Artificial Life. The historical and philosophical foundations of evolutionary thought are explored with particular emphasis on computational simulations of its models. Topics include SelfOrganizing Systems, Natural Selection, Dynamic Systems, Boolean Networks, cellular automata, Genetic Algorithms, and Evolutionary Robotics.
    Evolutionary Systems and Artificial Life
    by Luis Rocha
    This course presents an overview of the field of Evolutionary Systems and its applied branch of Artificial Life. The historical and philosophical foundations of evolutionary thought are explored with particular emphasis on computational simulations of its models. Topics include: Self-Organizing Systems, Natural Selection, Dynamic Systems, Boolean Networks, Cellular Automata, Genetic ALgorithms, Evolutionary Robotics, etc. Students are expected to develop artificial life models, or, if requested, write a specific topic paper. You can check out the lecture notes below.

    34. Sandpiles In Graphs
    An application of cellular automata by Angela R. Kerns.
    Next: Introduction: Sandpiles in Graphs
    Sandpiles in Graphs
    Angela R. Kerns
    Department of Statistics and Computer Science
    West Virginia University

    35. Cellular Automata Miscellanea
    A repository with cellular automata related papers, lectures and software concentrating on Rule 110 by Harold V. McIntosh.
    Cellular Automata Miscellanea
    Instituto de Ciencias
    Last modified: June 2, 2004.
    To send mail to Harold V. McIntosh , please click here: here to send mail to
    This page is best viewed with: cellular automata, CELLULAR AUTOMATA cellular automaton, CELLULAR AUTOMATON mean field theory, MEAN FIELD THEORY universal computation, UNIVERSAL COMPUTATION complex systems, COMPLEX SYSTEMS camex, CAMEX nxlcau, NXLCAU life, LIFE lcau, LCAU de Bruijn Diagrams, de bruijn diagrams reversible cellular automata collective behaviour, collective behavior collective behaviour in cellular automata, collective behavior in cellular automata

    36. CSC
    cellular automata. CSC Mathematical Topics Here are a few animations of cellular automata (CA) made by Juha Haataja at CSC. 1D cellular automata.
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    Visualizations Home page Help End of the page ... 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
    2D Cellular Automata
    • Animation of a 2D cellular automaton exhibiting self-organization (970 kB of data).
    • Animation of a simple 2D cellular automata generating a fractal structure (840 kB of data).
    • Animation of a 2D "sandpile" automaton (790 kB of data).
    3D Cellular Automata
    • Animation of a 3D "forest fire" cellular automaton (370 kB of data).
    Visualizations Home page Back Help ... Comments Last modified: February 25, 2002 05:42:38

    37. Mathematics - Research By Harlan Brothers
    Projects and research in the areas of approximation theory, fractals, cellular automata, and mathematics education.
    Harlan Brothers, founder of Brothers Technology, has a long-standing interest in number theory and its applications. He has discovered formulas and relationships relating to the constants e pi , and Euler's gamma . His most recent paper entitled " Improving the Convergence of Newton's Series Approximation for e " includes the fastest known methods for computing this fundamental constant of nature. The article appears in current issue (January 2004) of the College Mathematics Journal Mr. Brothers teaches at The Country School where he serves as Director of Technology . For the last four years he has been working with Michael Frame and Benoit Mandelbrot at Yale University to explore the use of fractal geometry in mathematics education . Current projects at Yale include an upcoming workshop on the subject of fractal musical composition and analysis. An ongoing project with architect Michael Silver involves using cellular automata to program the electronic skin of a Liquid Crystal Glass House . The project was on exhibit at the New Museum of Contemporary Art The following links reference early work on the base of the natural logarithm

    38. Isle Ex: Transmusic: Cellular Automaton Music
    potential for generating music using cellular automata, as well as for better understanding the structure of CA evolution by making use of the aural modality.
    cellular automaton music ~ The examples here assembled, though crude, will I hope suffice to convey a sense of the potential for generating music using cellular automata, as well as for better understanding the structure of CA evolution by making use of the aural modality. Parity music
    Fredkin's unique Parity rule abounds in spontaneous musicality. CyclicCA music
    "Transcendigital" meditation at period 14 in three easy lessons, courtesy of the CyclicCA Brain music
    We knew the bizarre gliderworld of Brian's Brain rule could dance. Turns out it can sing too. More CA music
    A few token musifications of other CAs, including Conway's Life and Banks' Computer Background information
    What's a CA orbit? How can it be musified? If you've got questions, we've got answers. The Cellsprings Java applet
    Explore the CAs behind the music, and many others. ~ isle ex ~ HOME SITE MAP WHAT'S NEW CONTACT Page created 4-Feb-1998. See map for file modification date.

    39. EvCA Main Page
    Welcome to the Evolving cellular automata (EvCA) group home page! The EvCA group is based at the Santa Fe Insitute (SFI) and at
    Welcome to the Evolving Cellular Automata (EvCA) group home page!
    The EvCA group is based at the Santa Fe Insitute (SFI) and at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) at the Biophysics Group
    Santa Fe Institute
    1399 Hyde Park Road
    Santa Fe, NM 87501 Phone: (505) 984-8800
    Fax: (505) 982-0565
    Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Biophysics, P-21
    Mail Stop D454
    Los Alamos, NM 87545 Phone: (505) 665-2545
    The overall research done by the EvCA group is primarily motivated by the question: " How does evolution produce sophisticated emergent computation in systems composed of simple components limited to local interactions? " To try to find answers to this question, genetic algorithms are used to evolve cellular automata to perform computational tasks that require global information processing. In studying the results of these computer simulations, many more, related questions have sprung up, ranging from questions about the relation between pattern formation and information processing to questions about population dynamics and coevolution. Follow the links in the list below to find out more about these research projects, and how they relate to each other.
    The EvCA group is headed by physicist James P. Crutchfield (SFI) and computer scientist Melanie Mitchell (LANL/SFI). At any time, the group is complemented by a number of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Below is a list of the current and former group members. Clicking on a name will take you to the personal home page of the respective group member. Or you can send any of us email by clicking on the respective group member's email address.

    40. Sean Erik O'Connor - Home Page And Free Mathematical Software.
    Free software for primitive polynomial computation, CRC code generation, coding and decoding, parsing theory and cellular automata.
    I'm a software design engineer with experience in algorithm design, image processing, communications engineering, and real time embedded systems working in Silicon Valley, U.S.A. I've developed under UNIX and Windows platforms in Java, C++ and C. My educational background is in pure and applied mathematics, classical and quantum physics and studio art. I enjoy innovation and applying theory to solving practical problems. Please see my resume for details. Professional Interests For fun, I design and publish specialized mathematical software including programs for primitive polynomial computation, CRC code generation, coding and decoding, and cellular automata. All source code is copylefted under the GNU General Public License and comes with extensive comments and complete technical documentation. Other Interests I like to read science fiction and fantasy, draw and paint, listen to music, and do hobby electronics.
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