Discrete Models of Physicochemical Processes and Their Parallel Implementation
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Discrete simulation method of physicochemical kinetic processes is proposed and investigated. The method is based on formal representation of classical Von-Neumann’s Cellular Automaton (CA) extension, which allow all kind of discrete alphabets, probabilistic transition functions, and asynchronous mode of operation. Some techniques for simple CA composition are given for simulating complex processes. Transformation of asynchronous CA into block-synchronous type is used to provide high efficiency of parallel implementation.
KeywordsCellular Automaton Local Operator Parallel Implementation Physicochemical Process Asynchronous Mode
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