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 Title & Authors
Synthesis of Uniform CA and 90/150 Hybrid CA
Kim, Han-Doo; Cho, Sung-Jin; Choi, Un-Sook; Kwon, Min-Jeong; Kong, Gil-Tak;
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 Abstract
In this paper we analyze the CA formed by combining the uniform 102 CA and the m-cell 90/150 hybrid CA whose characteristic polynomial is . We analyze cycle structures of complemented group CA derived from and propose a condition of complemented CA dividing the entire state space into smaller cycles of equal lengths. And we analyze the cycle structure of complemented group CA derived from the CA formed by combining and with complement vector F such that where is the minimal polynomial of .
 Keywords
Cellular Automata;Minimal Polynomial;Complemented CA;Cycle Structure;
 Language
Korean
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