On solutions to evolution equations defined by lattice operators
We discuss a specific form of evolution equations defined by lattice operators. We give exact solutions for a class of those equations and evaluate the complexity of the solutions. Moreover we discuss the relationship between them and binary cellular automata, and analyze their asymptotic behavior utilizing the explicit expression of the solution.
KeywordsLattice operator Max-plus algebra Ultradiscretization Cellular automaton Integrable system
Mathematics Subject Classification39A14 06D99 37B15 68Q80
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