Algorithmic Architecture with Cellular Automata
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An example of creating forms using simple programs.
Contributed by: Jason Cawley and Stephen Wolfram (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA
A two-dimensional cellular automaton starts with a line of cells at the top, and "grows" down on successive steps. The "choice number" specifies on which steps the rule is actually applied.