Cellular Logic Operations in N-Space
“The objects found in this way seem to be, so to say, intermediate in complexity between inorganic patterns like those of crystals and the more varied intricacies of organic molecules and structures. In fact one of the aims of the present note is to show, by admittedly somewhat artificial examples, an enormous variety of objects which may be obtained by means of rather simple inductive definitions and to throw a sidelight on the question of how much ‘information’ is necessary to describe the seemingly enormously elaborate structures of living objects.”
KeywordsCellular Automaton Lookup Table Sepal Length Reduction Curve Sepal Width
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