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Cellular Automata: Simplicity Behind Complexity

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Cellular Automata: Simplicity Behind Complexity
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533072302
Number of pages: 566

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Cellular automata make up a class of completely discrete dynamical systems, which have became a core subject in the sciences of complexity due to their conceptual simplicity, easiness of implementation for computer simulation, and their ability to exhibit a wide variety of amazingly complex behavior.

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