Cellular automata with inertia : species competition , spatial patterns , and survival in ecotones

@inproceedings{Kramer2010CellularAW,
  title={Cellular automata with inertia : species competition , spatial patterns , and survival in ecotones},
  author={Klaus Kramer and Marlus Koehler and Marcos G. E. da Luz},
  year={2010}
}
We consider a two-dimensional CA model with three possible states for the system individual cells, 0 and ±. As for the dynamical rules, only ± can exert pressure to change the cells actual states. In this way, the 0 state is neutral and in some sense competitively weaker than the other two states. We further assume an inner property, the inertia, which is an intrinsic resistance to changes in the system. We evolve an ensemble of initial configurations for the CA until reaching steady states. By… CONTINUE READING

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