The alternative use of two elementary monodimensional binary cellular automata -168,165- with periodical white starting points -on the bottom line- [L'usage alternatif de deux automates cellulaires binaires monodimensionnels élémentaires -168,165- avec des points de départ périodiques blancs -sur la ligne du bas-].

An elementary monodimensional binary automaton is a monodimensional set of cells. At time 't', each cell (with coordinate 'x') has a value 'CELL(x,t)' that equals either 0 (Black) or 1 (White) and has two neighbours (one at its left 'CELL(x-1,t)' and one at its right 'CELL(x+1,t)'). The points outside the picture (at left and at right) are assumed to be White. The time evolution of this set of cells is defined by means of rules.

This picture was computed using alternatively the two following elementary monodimensional binary cellular automata:

The vertical axis is the time axis and the initial conditions are displayed on the bottom line.

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