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Seven Things I Know About Them

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In this paper, we intend to present a series of 7 application examples inspired by the work of Eric Goles with his numerous collaborators, while remaining focused on the field of Boolean automata. This constitutes a sort of anthology showing the extent of the mathematical domain defined by the study of Boolean automata dynamics, showing the relevance of open paths and results obtained by Eric Goles and the high explanatory power of the models which arise from his work during 45 years.

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  • Boolean automata
  • Automata gradient dynamics
  • Automata Hamiltonian dynamics
  • Updating schedule

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Demongeot, J. (2022). Seven Things I Know About Them. In: Adamatzky, A. (eds) Automata and Complexity. Emergence, Complexity and Computation, vol 42. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-92551-2_2

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