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Cellular auto : rule 30 number ?
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consider rule 30 starting from a single black cell.

Clearly from left to right there is convergeance to a number in the sense that

If the pattern of black and white is considered as the binary expansion after the binary dot.


We then get a number T such that 1/2 < T < 1.

Can this number be given by calculus ?

Or by dynamics ?


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Tommy1729
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Cellular auto : rule 30 number ? - by tommy1729 - 08/03/2016, 08:31 PM

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