MATHEMATICAL STUDIES FOR SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS.
Final rept. Jun 64-Jun 65,
PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA
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A detailed technical progress report is given on applicational studies of mathematical models for self-organizing systems. Two specific models have been under investigation, one concerned with systems of interacting trees and graphs and the other with multi-dimensional arrays of mobile interacting elements in a discrete cellular space. The former is being illustrated by the design of a machine i.e. a computer program for the automatic logic design of switching systems through boolean graph self-organization under prescribed minimization and circuit restrictions. The latter is being illustrated by the design of a machine for primitive feature recognition through the clustering, reproduction and differentiation of elements under prescribed rules of motion and bonding. Author
- Theoretical Mathematics
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware