[seqfan] An integer-cellular automata (in French) + PHP page
Eric Angelini
Eric.Angelini at kntv.be
Tue Jan 19 14:29:44 CET 2010
Hello SeqFans (Douglas McNeil and Maximilian Hasler),
... a friend of mine, Gilles Esposito-Farèse, has build
an on-line dynamic page here:
http://www.gef.free.fr/automate.php
Have fun !
Best,
É.
(Douglas has found several gliders and this one is neat;
just copy and paste in Gilles' page, then click "engendrer")
[Doug]:
> And my personal new favourite, with the shortest period, *and* the
only glider I've found yet which travels at faster than 1 step/period:
period 4 shift -7 glider:
< 2 1247 9 >
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http://www.cetteadressecomportecinquantesignes.com/AutomateNBR01.htm
(translation in very short):
- start generation zero with an integer, put somewhere on a single
line of squares, one digit per square
- now (generation n+1) all digits start to move simultaneously:
* an odd digit k moves k squares to the the left -- then is
turned into k+1
* an even digit j moves j squares to the the right -- then is
turned into j+1
- a single square shows at generation n+1 the sum of the digits
that land there -- but:
* if a single square has to host a quantity > 9, than the
"special addition/carry" rule applies:
Say that the cumulative effect of generation n produces at
the next generation (n+1) a local situation where square
'a' is 31, square 'b' is 28, 'c' is 5 and 'd' is empty:
We have thus [generation n+1] : ....abcd....
Now:
1) write on three parallel lines the 'influence' of each
integer a, b and c
2) give two squares to a 2-digit integer a, b or c -else only
one- aligned on the letter's position
According to (1) et (2), the 'influences' of a, b, c and d
give:
generation n+1 : ....abcd....
image of 'a' : ....31......
image of 'b' : .....28.....
image of 'c' : ......5.....
Proceed to "special addition/carry" (from left to right):
generation n+1 : ....abcd....
image of 'a' : ....31......
image of 'b' : .....28.....
image of 'c' : ......5.....
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SPECIAL ADDn : ....3313....
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