New Methods and Paradigms for Modeling Dynamic Processes Based on Cellular Automata

New Methods and Paradigms for Modeling Dynamic Processes Based on Cellular Automata

Stepan Mykolayovych Bilan (State University of Infrastructure and Technology, Ukraine), Mykola Mykolayovych Bilan (Mayakskaya Secondary School, Moldova) and Ruslan Leonidovich Motornyuk (Main Information and Computing Center, Ukraine)
Projected Release Date: July, 2020|Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 200
ISBN13: 9781799826491|ISBN10: 179982649X|EISBN13: 9781799826514|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2649-1


The accelerating development of computer technology and communications can replace many of the functions of human intellectual activity, as well as help them in making decisions in various situations of their lives. To implement intelligent functions for various purposes, numerous models, paradigms, architectures, and hardware and software are being developed. Because the world is constantly evolving, there is a need to constantly study various dynamic processes to determine possible negative situations that can lead to undesirable catastrophic phenomena and changes. Recently, more attention has been paid to the study of natural processes in nature. Scientific works are appearing that describe the behavior and development of living organisms and the processes of their interaction. Cellular automata are increasingly used to describe and model them.

New Methods and Paradigms for Modeling Dynamic Processes Based on Cellular Automata is a collection of innovative research that describes the models and paradigms of building cellular automata that allows for the simulation of the dynamics of the interaction of living organisms from a different scientific point of view. For this, asynchronous cellular automata with a dynamically changing number of “living” cells are used. The chapters describe the theoretical concepts of constructing asynchronous cellular automata with active cells. Much attention is paid to the use of the proposed theoretical principles for solving modeling problems and solving specific applied problems of forming pseudorandom sequences and image processing based on modeling of the human visual channel. Featuring research on topics such as colony interaction, image processing and recognition, and influence mode, this book is ideally designed for engineers, programmers, software developers, researchers, academicians, and students.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Cell Functioning Algorithms
  • Colony Formation
  • Colony Interaction
  • Evolutionary Model of Life
  • Hardware Implementation
  • Image Processing and Recognition
  • Influence Mode
  • Local Transition Functions
  • Neighborhood Cells
  • Property Transfer
  • Signal Transmission
  • Variable Sets
  • Von Neumann Neighborhood

Table of Contents and List of Contributors

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