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Identification of Cellular Automata
  • A. Adamatzky
  • Computer Science
  • Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science
  • 1994
What are Cellular Automata Classification of Cellular Automata Cellular Automata Simulating Nature What is Identification Deterministic Cellular Automata Probabilistic Cellular Automata FuzzyExpand
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Physarum Machines: Computers from Slime Mould
A Physarum machine is a programmable amorphous biological computer experimentally implemented in the vegetative state of true slime mould Physarum polycephalum. It comprises an amorphous yellowishExpand
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Computing in nonlinear media and automata collectives
The subject of this book is computing in excitable and reaction-diffusion media. This is one approach to novel computing methods. Other approaches include quantum and evolutionary computation, andExpand
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Physarum Machine: Implementation of a Kolmogorov-Uspensky Machine on a Biological substrate
  • A. Adamatzky
  • Computer Science
  • Parallel Process. Lett.
  • 25 March 2007
We implement a Kolmogorov-Uspensky machine on the Plasmodium of the slime mold Physarum polycephalum. We provide experimental findings on realization of the machine instructions, illustrate basicExpand
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Computation of shortest path in cellular automata
In this paper, we show how to find the shortest path between given nodes of a mesh with weighted edges. We use a cellular automaton which exhibits autowave patterns, where a wave of auto-excitationExpand
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Reaction-diffusion computers
The interdisciplinary research monograph, which has been peer-reviewed by several international experts assigned by Elsevier, introduces ground breaking original results in formal paradigms,Expand
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Hierarchy of fuzzy cellular automata
Abstract We elaborate notion of cellular automata in the directions of synchroneity/asynchroneity, stationarity/nonstationarity, and fuzzify the principle features of cellular automata as cell stateExpand
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Slime Mold Solves Maze in One Pass, Assisted by Gradient of Chemo-Attractants
  • Andrew Adamatzky
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience
  • 24 August 2011
Plasmodium of Physarum polycephalum is a large cell, visible by unaided eye, which exhibits sophisticated patterns of foraging behaviour. The plasmodium's behaviour is well interpreted in terms ofExpand
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Game of Life Cellular Automata
In the late 1960s British mathematician John Conway invented a virtual mathematical machine that operates on a two-dimensional array of square cell. Each cell takes two states, live and dead. TheExpand
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A Biologically Inspired Optimization Algorithm for Solving Fuzzy Shortest Path Problems with Mixed Fuzzy Arc Lengths
The shortest path problem is among fundamental problems of network optimization. Majority of the optimization algorithms assume that weights of data graph’s edges are pre-determined real numbers.Expand
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