The Universe as Automaton: From Simplicity and Symmetry to Complexity (SpringerBriefs in Complexity)

The Universe as Automaton From Simplicity and Symmetry to Complexity SpringerBriefs in Complexity This Brief is an essay at the interface of philosophy and complexity research trying to inspire the reader with new ideas and new conceptual developments of cellular automata Going beyond the numeric

  • Title: The Universe as Automaton: From Simplicity and Symmetry to Complexity (SpringerBriefs in Complexity)
  • Author: Klaus Mainzer LEON CHUA
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This Brief is an essay at the interface of philosophy and complexity research, trying to inspire the reader with new ideas and new conceptual developments of cellular automata Going beyond the numerical experiments of Steven Wolfram, it is argued that cellular automata must be considered complex dynamical systems in their own right, requiring appropriate analytical modelsThis Brief is an essay at the interface of philosophy and complexity research, trying to inspire the reader with new ideas and new conceptual developments of cellular automata Going beyond the numerical experiments of Steven Wolfram, it is argued that cellular automata must be considered complex dynamical systems in their own right, requiring appropriate analytical models in order to find precise answers and predictions in the universe of cellular automata.Indeed, eventually we have to ask whether cellular automata can be considered models of the real world and, conversely, whether there are limits to our modern approach of attributing the world, and the universe for that matter, essentially a digital reality.

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