Solving Partial Differential equations via Cellular Automata: A Binary and Statistical Approach
Authors: Cosnuau, A., Desbois, F., Morchoisne, Y.
Cellular automata are used to solve partial differential equations (PDE) discretized on a non-regular grid. Boolean representations of real numbers are introduced and logical intrinsic computer functions are used to achieve algebraic operations of the finite difference algorithm. In a first step the method is briefly explained and then implementation is described. For diffusion or convection problems, preliminary computations on a Cray-XMP18 and on a network of T800 Transputers were done.
OUG-11: Developing Transputer Applications, J. Wexler, 1989, pp 190 - 195 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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