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Analysis of Nonlinear CA Using CLT
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Analysis of Nonlinear CA Using CLT
Kwon, Min-jeong; Cho, Sung-jin; Kim, Han-doo; Choi, Un-sook; Lee, Kue-jin; Kong, Gil-tak;
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 Abstract
Method for finding the attractors is the important object to investigate in the linear/additive CA because it is a primary interest in applications like pattern recognition, pattern classification, design of associative memory and query processing etc. But the research has been so far mostly concentrated around linear/additive CA and it is not enough to modelize the complex real life problem. So nonlinear CA is demanded to devise effective models of the problem and solutions around CA model. In this paper we introduce CLT as an upgraded version of RMT and provide the process for finding the attractors and nonreachable states effectively through the CLT.
 Keywords
CA;nonlinear CA;NBCA;CLT;attractor;nonreachable state;
 Language
Korean
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