A chaos cellular automation

Nakagawa, Masahiro
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 519 Issue 1, p232
Academic Journal
A chaos cellular automaton with learning rules for both the thresholds of the nonlinear mapping from the internal state to the corresponding output and the connection weighting matrix between the adjacent cells. In addition to the local coupling between the adjacent cells as seen in the coupled map lattice (CML)(1,2), the global coupling which resembles of the globally coupled map (GCM)(3,4) proposed by Kaneko will be introduced to enhance the cooperative dynamics. Also the diffusive process related to the local gradient of the activities of cells will be taken into account to promote the propagating chaos dynamics of the spatio-temporal structure.


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