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17th Annual Wolfram Summer School, held at Bentley University June 23–July 12, 2019


Katherine Anne Bulan

Class of 2012


Katherine is an undergraduate student at University of the Philippines. She is studying for a BS in Applied Physics and is looking forward to a research career involving epidemic spreading and biological networks. In the future, she aims to use her research as a means to push for solutions for environmental and social issues, especially in her country.

Project: Two-Dimensional Totalistic Cellular Automata with Non-local Neighborhoods

My project deals with totalistic two-dimensional cellular automata with non-local symmetric and non-symmetric neighborhoods. The behavior of the rules of a five-neighborhood and two-color cellular automata were studied as well as their three-dimensional evolutions through time. The space-time cross sections of these evolutions were also examined to determine the behavior of these rules. Further examination was done with three-color cellular automata.

Favorite Four-Color, Four State Turing Machine

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