Cellular automata and modeling of complex physical systems: proceedings of the winter school, Les Houches, France, February 21-28, 1989
This monograph is the first roadmap for transparent electronics. It defines and assesses what and where the field is, where it is going, and what needs to happen to get it there. Although the central focus of this monograph involves transparent electronics, many of the materials, devices, circuits, and process integration strategies discussed will be of great interest to researchers working in other emerging fields, including printed electronics, large-area electronics, low-cost electronics, and disposable electronics.
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Scaling Properties of a Family of Transformations Denned on Cellular
Cellular Automata Probability Measures
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46 Cellular Automata algorithm Automata and Modeling automaton average behavior Boltzmann equation Boolean boundary conditions cell cellular automata collision operator collision rules collision table Complex Physical Systems configuration correlation function corresponding coupled map lattices critical exponents d'Humieres defined density deterministic diffusion equation dimension dimensional Discrete Kinematic Theory distribution domain energy entropy equilibrium evolution finite flow fluid Foundations of Hydrodynamics Frisch Galilean invariance Hasslacher Hydrodynamics implementation initial conditions interaction Ising model kinetic Lallemand lattice gas automata Lattice Gas Dynamics lattice gas models lattice gases lattice-gas Lett machine Manneville mean-field measure entropy microscopic Modeling of Complex momentum Monaco neighbors nodes obtained one-dimensional parameter phase transitions Phys Pomeau preprint probabilistic probability problem Proceedings in Physics propagation random regular languages Reynolds number semi-detailed balance sequence SIMD simulations space spatial spin Springer Proceedings statistical step string tagged particle temperature turbulent Vichniac viscosity Wolfram World Scient