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A sequence of steps in the evolution of the rule
30 cellular automaton. (Pages 24, 27; see also Basic
Patterns produced by the evolution of two-dimensional
automata from a single black cell. (Page 551; see also page 174.)
Examples of ornamental art constructed according
to definite rules. (Page 43; see also page 873.) [Additional permissions may be
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An array where the color of each cell is a simple
function of the digit sequences of the numbers representing its coordinate
position. (Page 747.)
A two-dimensional cellular automaton on a square
grid that shows approximately circular growth. (Pages 178 and 334; see also
GCDs of pairs of numbers, with relative primality
indicated with white. (Page 613; see also page 1093.)
The evolution of a simple multiway system. (Page
798; see also page 204ff.)