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International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS2006)

Informational fracture points in cellular automata

Kovas Boguta
Wolfram Research

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Cellular automata (CA) are incredibly diverse, but how information flows through them is understood for only a handful of special cases. We develop a family of experiments for visualizing and datamining patterns of information flow in CAs. A large but exhaustively enumerable class of CAs is studied for overall properties; specific behavior of interest to biology and nanotechnology is presented. Finally, we reexamine our techniques as the analog of microarray analysis for abstract computational systems.

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