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Elementary Cellular Automata Rules with Different Initial Conditions
Totalistic Cellular Automaton with Rule 935912 r = 1, k = 4
A Two-Phase Anneal: The Beauty of Interface Dynamics
Unveiling Mathematica's TuringMachine Function Step by Step
Mobile Automaton with Memory
Growth in 1D Substitution Systems with Two Colors and Up to One Neighbor
Unscrambling Cellular Automaton Patterns
Constraint Tiling on a Truncated Icosahedron
The Function Computed by the Wolfram 2,3 Turing Machine
Histogram of Flipping Cellular Automaton
Emulation of a Register Machine by an Arithmetic System Rule
Three-Color Block Cellular Automata
Repeated Addition and Doubling
Emulating Other Systems with Cellular Automata
Two-Dimensional Neighbor-Dependent Substitution Systems
Huffman Encoding of the Evolution of a Cellular Automaton
Simple Probabilistic Cellular Automata
Emulation of a Multicolor Turing Machine by a Two-Color Turing Machine
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