Conceptual Representations : What do they have to say about the Density Classification Task by Cellular Automata ?

@inproceedings{Marques2006ConceptualR,
  title={Conceptual Representations : What do they have to say about the Density Classification Task by Cellular Automata ?},
  author={Manuel Marques and Ruli Manurung and Helen Pain},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, Aitana, a Developmental Cognitive Artifact developed by Marques (2006), is used to produce “conceptual” representations of the best known Cellular Automata (CA) rules that perform the Density Classification Task (DCT) (see e.g. Packard, 1984, 1988; Mitchell et al., 1993). The resulting redescriptions are then analysed from the viewpoint of their similarity, in terms of their cell state-update functions. We show that these new conceptual representations can reveal knowledge about… CONTINUE READING
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