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(Page 1072b) Notes for: Processes of Perception and Analysis | Data Compression Recursive subdivision [encoding] In one dimension, encoding can be done using ...

(Page 0894b) Notes for: The World of Simple Programs | Sequential Substitution Systems Order of replacements [in sequential substitution systems] For many sequential ...

(Page 1089c) Notes for: Processes of Perception and Analysis | Cryptography and Cryptanalysis [Cryptanalysis of] linear congruential generators Cryptanalysis of linear ...

(Page 0870d) Notes for: The Crucial Experiment | How Do Simple Programs Behave? More colors [in additive cellular automata] The pictures below show generalizations of rule 90 ...

(Page 1169d) Notes for: The Principle of Computational Equivalence | Implications for Mathematics and Its Foundations Comparison to multiway systems Operator systems are ...

(Page 1171b) Notes for: The Principle of Computational Equivalence | Implications for Mathematics and Its Foundations Implementation [of operators from axioms] Given an axiom ...

(Page 1072f) Notes for: Processes of Perception and Analysis | Irreversible Data Compression Walsh transforms The basic forms shown in the main text are 2D Walsh functions -- ...

(Page 0887a) Notes for: The World of Simple Programs | Mobile Automata Implementation [of mobile automata] The state of a mobile automaton at a particular step can ...

(Page 0910d) Notes for: Systems Based on Numbers | The Sequence of Primes Properties [of number theoretic sequences] (a) The number of divisors of n is given by ...

(Page 0090) then it seems that no rule ever gives behavior that is much more complicated than in the picture above. And from this one might be led to conclude that sequential ...