References ( Cellular Automata )

BCG82
E. R. Berlekamp, J. H. Conway, and R. K. Guy. Winning ways for your mathematical plays, volume 2, chapter 25, pages 817-850. Academic Press, New York, 1982.

BG85
C. Bennett and G. Grinstein. Role of irreversibility in stabilizing complex and nonenergodic behavior in locally interacting discrete systems. Physical Review Letters, 55:657-660, 1985.

Bur70
A. Burks, editor. Essays on cellular automata. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, 1970.

CHY90
K. Culik II, L. P. Hurd, and S. Yu. Computation theoretic aspects of cellular automata. Physica D, 45:357-378, 1990.

EEK93
G. B. Ermentrout and L. Edelstein-Keshet. Cellular automata approaches to biological modeling. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 160:97-133, 1993.

FHP86
U. Frisch, B. Hasslacher, and Y. Pomeau. Lattice-gas automata for the Navier-Stokes equation. Physical Review Letters, 56:1505-1508, 1986.

FT82
E. Fredkin and T. Toffoli. Conservative logic. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 21:219-253, 1982.

Gar70
M. Gardner. The fantastic combinations of John Conway's new solitaire game ``life''. Scientific American, pages 120-123, October 1970.

Gar71
M. Gardner. On cellular automata, self-reproduction, the Garden of Eden and the game ``life''. Scientific American, 224(2):112-117, February 1971.

HDP76
J. Hardy, O. De Pazzis, and Y. Pomeau. Molecular dynamics of a classical lattice gas: Transport properties and time correlation functions. Physical Review A, 13:1949-1960, 1976.

Mar84
N. Margolus. Physics-like models of computation. Physica D, 10:81-95, 1984.

Mit96
M. Mitchell. An Introduction to Genetic Algorithms. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1996.

PSZ96
J. -Y. Perrier, M. Sipper, and J. Zahnd. Toward a viable, self-reproducing universal computer. Physica D, 97:335-352, 1996.

Sip94
M. Sipper. Non-Uniform Cellular Automata: Evolution in Rule Space and Formation of Complex Structures. In R. A. Brooks and P. Maes, editors, Artificial Life IV, pages 394-399, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1994. The MIT Press.

Sip02
M. Sipper, Machine Nature: The Coming Age of Bio-Inspired Computing, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2002.

Smi69
A. Smith. Cellular automata theory. Technical Report 2, Stanford Electronic Lab., Stanford University, 1969.

TM87
T. Toffoli and N. Margolus. Cellular Automata Machines. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987.

Tof77
T. Toffoli. Cellular automata mechanics. Technical Report 208, Comp. Comm. Sci. Dept., The University of Michigan, 1977.

Tof80
T. Toffoli. Reversible computing. In J. W. De Bakker and J. Van Leeuwen, editors, Automata, Languages and Programming, pages 632-644. Springer-Verlag, 1980.

Tof84
T. Toffoli. Cellular automata as an alternative to (rather than an approximation of) differential equations in modeling physics. Physica D, 10:117-127, 1984.

Vic84
G. Vichniac. Simulating physics with cellular automata. Physica D, 10:96-115, 1984.

Vth86
G. Y. Vichniac, P. Tamayo, and H. Hartman. Annealed and quenched inhomogeneous cellular automata. Journal of Statistical Physics, 45:875-883, 1986.

vN66
J. von Neumann. Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata. University of Illinois Press, Illinois, 1966. Edited and completed by A.W. Burks.

Wol83
S. Wolfram. Statistical mechanics of cellular automata. Reviews of Modern Physics, 55(3):601-644, July 1983.

Wol84a
S. Wolfram. Cellular automata as models of complexity. Nature, 311:419-424, October 1984.

Wol84b
S. Wolfram. Universality and complexity in cellular automata. Physica D, 10:1-35, 1984.