Patterns generated by iterated branching, as used
in models of leaves. (See page 402; see also page 1005.)
A continuous cellular automaton with a rule based
on addition. (See page 160; see also page 158 and page 921.)
The tracks formed by the heads of two 2D Turing
machines. (See page 931.)
Collision between two localized structures in the
rule 110 cellular automaton. (See page 295.)
A hexagonal 2D cellular automaton used to model
snowflake growth. (See page 371.)
A non-periodic tiling formed from polyominoes.
(See page 943.)
Geometries of phyllotaxis patterns in plants.
(See page 411; see also page 1007.)