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[Firing Squad Synchronization Problem (FSSP) is one of the most well-known problem in computer science. Even though many solution algorithms have been proposed in the literature, the inherited error correction capabilities of these algorithms have been paid almost no attention. In this chapter,...
[We prove that in the Game of Life, if the thickness-four zero-padding of a rectangular pattern is not an orphan, then the corresponding finite-support configuration is not a Garden of Eden, and that the preimage of every finite-support configuration has dense semilinear configurations. In...
[We present a bio-inspired mechanism for data clustering. Our method uses amoebae which evolve according to cellular automata rules: they contain the data to be processed and emit reaction-diffusion waves at random times. The waves transmit the information across the lattice and causes other...
[We introduce and explore some methods based on algorithmic complexity and algorithmic probability that help address the challenge of empirical causal model discovery and inverse problems. These methods, based on Algorithmic Information Dynamics (AID), are designed to describe a possible pathway...
[Fungi are iniquitous creatures capable for adaptation in hush environments. Recently there is a growing that intelligence of the fungi comparable with that of slime mould and plans and that fungi sense and process information in a highly efficient way. As a first ever attempt to formalise...
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