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Daniel de Souza Carvalho
Demonstrations 81 - 100 of 100
Classifying the Complexity and Information of Cellular Automata
Circular View of the Means of Two-Color Totalistic 2D Cellular Automata
Comparing Real Mathematical Constants and Random Numbers
Binary Patterns of Integer Functions
Five-Neighbor Two-Color Outer Totalistic 2D Cellular Automaton
3D Layers Evolution View of a 2D Totalistic Cellular Automaton
3D Views of Elementary Cellular Automata
Representing Elementary Cellular Automaton Rules
Patterns from the Mean of Two-Color Totalistic 2D Cellular Automata
Graphs of the Successive Digits of Rational Numbers
Graphs of Successive Digits of Pi, e, and Phi
Graphs of the Beta Function
Correlation and Covariance of Random Discrete Signals
Entropy of a Message Using Random Variables
Outer-Totalistic 3-Color Cellular Automaton 50010
Substitution System Defined by Splitting Each Cell into Four
Integration Is a Sum
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