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Paule Ecimovic

Summer School

Class of 2011


I studied physics and sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. I have a masters in formal logic as invariance theory and undergraduate degrees in sociology of culture and analytic philosophy from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. I studied geometric mechanics under Gerald Eldon Marsden while he was at the University of California, Berkeley mathematics department. I studied gravitation of photons and, with Professor Jianhong Wu, cellular neural networks with state-dependent delay at the Centre for Research in Earth and Space Science at York University in Toronto, Canada. I am currently developing numerical methods for solving state-dependent delay initial data problems at the University of Ljubljana departments of mathematics and computer and information science.

Project: Computational Investigations of Delayed Mobile Automaton Dynamics

Delayed mobile automata are a class of mobile automata with memory, whereby the output state is determined by considering the values of (potentially several) previous states of the center cell of a mobile automaton with memory. The dynamical consequences for the output state will of such automata will be considered as compared to the case without memory.

Project-Related Demonstrations

Mobile Automaton with Memory

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Favorite Four-Color Totalistic Cellular Automaton

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