Self-replication On a Chessboard

The following page is an online supplement to the article:
    Machines that Replicate, Moshe Sipper and James A. Reggia, Scientific American, vol. 285, no. 2, pp. 26-35, August 2001.

This project, carried out by Veronique Quiby and Sebastien Baehni (under the supervision of Moshe Sipper), allows you to visualize the simple example given in Box XX of the article: Self-replication on a chessboard.

The following options are available:

Note: You can pick and drag pieces from the left menu and place them anywhere on the board, as well as remove existing pieces by picking and dragging them outside the board confines.

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