Cellular Automata have been primarily investigated as a theoretical model and as a method for simulation and modeling of complex system. CA are also an abstract and formal model of the cellular systems, a wide class of systems present in nature. h systems are composed of several cells acting with a certain degree of independence. The collective behavior is the result of the local interactions. The rationale of this work is to exploit this kind of self-organizing behavior present in biological systems to model, design and realize Distributed Control Systems. Adaptive Lighting is one of the paradigmatic examples of applications that cannot be always controlled in a comfortable way with a centralized control system

(2010). Dissipative multilayered cellular automata facing adaptive lighting. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2010).

Dissipative multilayered cellular automata facing adaptive lighting

BONOMI, ANDREA
2010-02-03

Abstract

Cellular Automata have been primarily investigated as a theoretical model and as a method for simulation and modeling of complex system. CA are also an abstract and formal model of the cellular systems, a wide class of systems present in nature. h systems are composed of several cells acting with a certain degree of independence. The collective behavior is the result of the local interactions. The rationale of this work is to exploit this kind of self-organizing behavior present in biological systems to model, design and realize Distributed Control Systems. Adaptive Lighting is one of the paradigmatic examples of applications that cannot be always controlled in a comfortable way with a centralized control system
BANDINI, STEFANIA
cellular automata, dissipative cellular automata, adaptive lighting
INF/01 - INFORMATICA
English
Scuola di dottorato di Scienze
INFORMATICA - 22R
22
2008/2009
(2010). Dissipative multilayered cellular automata facing adaptive lighting. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2010).
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