Substitution System Defined by Splitting Each Cell into Four

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Each cell is split into four new cells at each step. There are 16 possible ways to split the white cells and 16 possible ways to split the black cells, for a total of 256 possible substitution patterns.

Contributed by: Daniel de Souza Carvalho (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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