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Realization of Aggregate Applications using Dynamic Behaviour of Cellular Automata


  • Department of Computer Science, University of Karachi, Karachi–75270, Pakistan


Cellular automata have proved many of its capabilities and have bestowed a lot in many fields. With the emergence of CA, fabric pattern production has increased in less amount of time. For weaving, cellular automata start with some pattern, then continues with a sequence of steps to produce a new pattern or to change the colour of the cell in a lattice, by using particular transition rules. The main purpose of using cellular automata algorithm as it provides the superlative edge maps and the outstanding quality with one pixel wide edge, with edges having no breaks. We assessed cellular automata capabilities and CA a lot contributions in pattern generation, transformation, and data processing. This research paper reflects the integration of cellular automata across different disciplines. In this paper, we assess the computationally enriched CA rules facilitating spot detection in the study of medical images for cancer diagnosis. The dynamic behaviour of CA increases the scope of transformation and makes it practical for morphing. CA provides prediction of protein structural class and processes dynamic simulation of protein. Flexibility of CA facilitates parallel processing using VLSI, colour graph modelling the linear rules, and its exercise in fabric weaving.


Cellular Automata, Dynamic Behaviour, Medical Images, Morphing, Parallel Processing, VLSI.

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