Non-uniform Cellular Automata: Evolution in Rule Space and Formation of Complex Structures

@inproceedings{Sipper1994NonuniformCA,
  title={Non-uniform Cellular Automata: Evolution in Rule Space and Formation of Complex Structures},
  author={Moshe Sipper},
  year={1994}
}
Cellular automata are dynamical systems in which space and time are discrete, where each cell obeys the same rule and has a nite number of states. In this paper we study non-uniform cellular automata, i.e. with non-uniform local interaction rules. Two diierent models are described. In the rst a cell's rule may be regarded as a genotype whose phenotypic eeect is achieved by rule application. Our focus is on evolution in rule space starting from a random gene pool, i.e. rule population. The… CONTINUE READING

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