DMTCS Proceedings, Discrete Models for Complex Systems, DMCS'03

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DMTCS Conference vol AB (2003), pp. 167-178


Discrete Models for Complex Systems, DMCS'03

Michel Morvan and Éric Rémila (eds.)

DMTCS Conference Volume AB (2003), pp. 167-178

author: Panama Geer, Harry W. McLaughlin and Keith Unsworth
title: Cellular Lines: An Introduction
keywords: cellular line definition, cellular array, string representation, derived string, line drawing algorithm
abstract: This paper provides a definition of a cellular line in a cellular array that is independent of the notion of a line in
. It also presents a way of determining whether or not a cell set is a cellular line. Brief statements about existence, uniqueness, and properties of cellular lines are included.
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reference: Panama Geer and Harry W. McLaughlin and Keith Unsworth (2003), Cellular Lines: An Introduction, in Discrete Models for Complex Systems, DMCS'03, Michel Morvan and Éric Rémila (eds.), Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science Proceedings AB, pp. 167-178
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