On the Complexity of Counting Fixed Points and Gardens of Eden in Sequential Dynamical Systems on Planar Bipartite Graphs

@article{Tosic2006OnTC,
  title={On the Complexity of Counting Fixed Points and Gardens of Eden in Sequential Dynamical Systems on Planar Bipartite Graphs},
  author={Predrag T. Tosic},
  journal={Int. J. Found. Comput. Sci.},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={1179-1204}
}
We study counting various types of configurations in certain classes of graph automata viewed as discrete dynamical systems. The graph automata models of our interest are Sequential and Synchronous Dynamical Systems (SDSs and SyDSs, respectively). These models have been proposed as the mathematical foundation for a theory of large-scale simulations of complex multi-agent systems. Our emphasis in this paper is on the computational complexity of counting the fixed point and the garden of Eden… CONTINUE READING
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