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inhaesio zha

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cellular automata library in c

I'm working on a generalized cellular automata library in c. It's part of the "h" project, in the "cell" directory:


It's not intended to be the fastest cellular automata library; rather it's aimed at being general enough to explore new kinds of cellular automata...it has hooks for causing behavior to happen between time steps, for example, and it has a generalized way of describing the way a cell is connected to its neighbors, to aid in creating automata whose space is in various shapes.

As a test, it currently implements eca, crow, ant, clear, and k3 -type automata, and generates .jpg snapshots for verification.

The source is available, and you're welcome to take it, use it, and contribute to it.


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