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Emulating Other Systems with Cellular Automata
This Demonstration shows how cellular automata can emulate other systems; namely, mobile automata, Turing machines, substitution systems, sequential substitution systems, register machines, and basic logic circuits.
Contributed by:
Abigail Nussey
Based on a program by:
Oyvind Tafjord
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For more detailed information about how the emulations are built, see Stephen Wolfram's
A New Kind of Science
, pp. 656–663,
Emulating Cellular Automata with Other Systems
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Contributed by:
Abigail Nussey
Based on a program by:
Oyvind Tafjord
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