Adapting gosper’s hashlife algorithm for kinematic environments
Stevens, W. (2010) Adapting gosper’s hashlife algorithm for kinematic environments. In: Stepney, S. , Welch, P. , Andrews, P. and Sampson, A. , eds. (2010) CoSMoS 2010: Proceedings of the 2010 Workshop on Complex Systems Modelling and Simulation. Frome, UK: Luniver Press, pp. 75-91.
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Gosper’s hashlife algorithm is adapted and applied to a three-dimensional kinematic environment by simulating the environment using interleaved simulation periods, each of which can be modeled using a different set of cellular automaton rules. Information about the global state of the environment is stored in order to decide when to make a transition from one set of cellular automaton rules to another. The adaptations are described in the context of a specific environment but can be applied to other similar environments.
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