|May18-12, 06:08 PM||#1|
space isotropy in cellular automaton
How can isotropy emerge in a 'salt' cellular automaton, since the automaton is constrained by the three axes?
Or put another way: How to represent propagation at light speed in an arbitrary direction?
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