Reaction-Diffusion Binary-State Automata
Here we consider a simplest version of reaction-diffusion automaton: a two-dimensional cellular automaton, where a cell has eight closest neighbours and takes two states, 0 and 1. We earmark state 0 as a substrate and state 1 as a reagent. To imitate diffusion and reaction we allow state 1 to spread: a cell in state 0 takes state 1 – under certain conditions – if it has some neighbours in state 1.
KeywordsCellular Automaton Voronoi Diagram Refractory State State Transition Rule Reaction Interval
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