Re: Question from venezuela
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- From: "Mario R. Riotorto" <riotorto at redestb.es>
- Date: Tue, 13 Oct 1998 01:21:15 -0400
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Hernan Andres Zu~niga Medina escribi'o:
>Hello my name is Hernan Zuniga, I am tesista of predegree in the
>University of The Andes - Merida Venezuela. At the moment I am
>developing my thesis in Growth of Crystals with the Mathematica program
>by using CELLULAR AUTOMATA for it; but I have a problem with the
>handling of the vicinities. It wanted to ask if it can help thanks me
>for its attention.
>The question is the following one: when it is used the vicinity of Moore
>and is wanted to evaluate the site depending on the nearest neighbors,
>I can be changed the site but I need to change some of the nearest
>neighbors at the same time.
Como te va Hernan?
When I simulate CAs with Mathematica, I create previously a function
Now, if I want to calculate the neighborhood structure for a Linear
Cellular Automaton, with radius=1 and just 5 cells, then
Obviously, you can extend the method to more complex vecinities.
With this choice, I avoid to re-calculate the vecinity of each cell at
each step of time.
Un saludo desde el otro lado del charco... Mario.
----------------------------------------- Mario Rodriguez-Riotorto
mailto:riotorto at redestb.es
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