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Cellular Automata Get Their Wires Crossed

@inproceedings{Blakey2012CellularAG,
  title={Cellular Automata Get Their Wires Crossed},
  author={Ed Blakey},
  booktitle={NCMA},
  year={2012}
}
  • Ed Blakey
  • Published in NCMA 1 March 2013
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
In three spatial dimensions, communication channels are free to pass over or under each other so as to cross without intersecting; in two dimensions, assuming channels of strictly positive thickness, this is not the case. It is natural, then, to ask whether one can, in a suitable, two-dimensional model, cross two channels in such a way that each successfully conveys its data, in particular without the channels interfering at the intersection. We formalize this question by modelling channels as… 

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