Because of their simplicity, rules of cellular automata can easily be understood. In a very simple version, we consider two-state one-dimensional cellular automata (CA) made of identical cells with a periodic boundary condition. In this case, the object of study is a ring of coupled cells with L = I + 1 cells, labeled consecutively from i = 0 to i=I.
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