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Samuel Chen

Sunnyvale, CA

Registered: Sep 2005
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CA vs. F = m a

I am trying to convert a F = m a into CA, so far, I have got:
F = (m/(Power[del[t], 2])){x[t+del[t]] + x[[t-del[t]] -2x[t]}
therefore,
x[t + del[t]] = (F*Power[del[t], 2])/m+ 2 x[t] - x[t-del[t]]

Now, it seems to be in form that can be translated to CA. The next cell depends upon two cells above. How can I put it into a CellularAutomaton command? Help please.

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