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By R. D’Andrea (auth.), Samira El Yacoubi, Bastien Chopard, Stefania Bandini (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh foreign convention on mobile Automata for examine and undefined, ACRI 2006, held in Perpignan, France in September 2006.

The fifty three revised complete papers and 19 revised poster papers awarded including 6 invited lectures have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from round a hundred submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on CA concept and implementation, computational concept, inhabitants dynamics, actual modeling, city, environmental and social modeling, site visitors and boolean networks, multi-agents and robotics, crypto and defense, dynamical platforms, in addition to crowds and mobile automata.

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Evolution from T = 5 up to T = 8 The evolving patterns in the reversible SDCA model with full memory converge from T = 7 to a period-two oscillator, one of whose components has no active mass cell. 9 memory model a period-four oscillator is generated at T = 11. 61805, the pattern at T = 4 has only the central cell alive and the hexagonal web of connections restored, which clearly determines the difference in the evolution compared to that of the ahistoric model. 6 reversible SDCA with the initial steps shown in Figs.

Fig. 7. 5 from T = 4 to T = 11 A generalisation of the Fredkin’s reversible construction is feasible in the (T +1) (T ) (T ) (T −1) σi SDCA scenario endowed with memory as: σi = φ sj ∈ N i , (T +1) λij (T ) (T ) (T ) = ψ lij , si , sj (T ) (T ) σi , lij , (T −1) λij (T +1) σi , . Now, for reversing from T it is necessary to (T +1) (T ) (T ) know not only and lij , but also ωi and ωij , proceeding for reversing in connections as stated for mass values in Section 3. 6 . Fig. 8. 6. Evolution from T = 5 up to T = 8 The evolving patterns in the reversible SDCA model with full memory converge from T = 7 to a period-two oscillator, one of whose components has no active mass cell.

6 every cell is autoconnected at T = 0 and T = 1, but the substraction of these patterns leads to the complete disappearance of auto-connections at T = 2. Auto-connections are not represented in figures, but of course they affect the mass updating. Fig. 6. 5, after mij (T −1) αT −t λij = ωij (t) with ωij = λij + (T ) if mij = ωij Ω(T ) [2] , (T ) + αλij t=1 The distance between two cells in a historic model (dij ) is defined in terms of the l instead of the λ values, so that i and j are direct neighbors if dij = 1, (T ) (T ) = {j/dij = 1}.

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