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Demonstrations 1 - 14 of 14
Applying the Iota-Delta Numerical Function to Describe Normal and Anomalous Diffusion Using the Rules 26 and 146
Iota-Delta Function for Generating Cellular Automata
Cellular Automata with Global Control
Emulation of a Register Machine by an Arithmetic System Rule
Emulation of a Multicolor Turing Machine by a Two-Color Turing Machine
Strings That Are Derivable in a Certain Number of Steps by a Multiway System
Emulation of Turing Machines by Tag Systems and Register Machines
Fully Random, Five-Rule Interactive Cellular Automata (ICA)
Self-Avoiding Random Walks in 3D
Snell's Law of Refraction (Wave Fronts)
Paperfolding Dragon Curve
Tree Branching in 4D
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