Fuzzy Life

Tiscione (tiscion@ibm.net)
Mon, 11 Jan 1999 06:18:42 +0100 (MET)

Does anyone know of a "fuzzy" version of Conway's Life or any other
cellular automata that function under a continuum state rule? (Meaning
that a cell is "completely dead" when its value is zero, "completely
alive" when its value is one, etc.) I have been searching the Internet
and the newsgroups for this information with no success.

Jason Tiscione
dontspamtiscione@hhs.net

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