# Partially permutive cellular automata

@article{Eloranta1993PartiallyPC, title={Partially permutive cellular automata}, author={Kari Eloranta}, journal={Nonlinearity}, year={1993}, volume={6}, pages={1009-1023} }

One-dimensional cellular automata are analysed via their generalized permutivity. Invariant subalphabets provide a systematic way of identifying periodic and aperiodic tilings as well as stationary distributions invariant under the cellular automaton iteration. In the case of several invariant subalphabets a hierarchy of interaction phenomena arise. In particular the interaction of subalphabets can generate random walks as well as their degenerate forms. A comprehensive scheme emerges that…

## 26 Citations

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Topological defects or phase boundaries discerned in a number of one-dimensional cellular automata appear to perform random walks as well as simpler motions are analyzed to result in a complete classification in the partially permutive case.

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This paper considers an alternative approach to generate pseudorandom sequences through orthogonal CA (OCA), which guarantees a better amount of diffusion.

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We show that a wide variety of nonlinear cellular automata can be written as a semidirect product of linear ones, and that these CAs can be predicted in parallel time [cal O](log[super 2] t). This…

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If the blocked rule satisfies an identity which holds for a broad class of algebras, then the underlying rule must have essentially the same structure, and must depend only on its leftmost and rightmost inputs; roughly speaking, that the block transformation cannot turn a nonlinear rule into a linear one.

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