Registered: Dec 2003
Why do my monads always split into clusters of two?
I use an algorithm that manipulate monads.
I begin with 50+ randomly placed monads.
They always seem to break into groups of two.
The rules, the initial conditions, and some of the results I've gotten
are accessible here:
My question is, why do the monads split into clusters of two?
Information Science, Neuroscience, Quantum Mechanics, and Leibniz
Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged
01-19-2009 01:58 PM
wolframscience.com | wolfram atlas | NKS online | Wolfram|Alpha | Wolfram Science Summer School | web resources | contact us
Forum Sponsored by Wolfram Research
© 2004-14 Wolfram Research, Inc. | Powered by vBulletin 2.3.0 © 2000-2002 Jelsoft Enterprises, Ltd. |
Disclaimer | Archives