Accession Number : AD0802455
Title : MATHEMATICAL STUDIES FOR SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA
Personal Author(s) : Rubinoff, M. ; Eliasoff, A. ; Ingargiala, G. ; Bergman, S. ; Bruckner, S.
Report Date : OCT 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 198
Abstract : Applicational studies of mathematical models for Self-Organizing Systems are reported. Two specific models have been under investigation; one concerned wiht systems of interacting trees and graphs, and the other with multi-dimensional arrays of mobile interacting elements in a discrete cellular space. The former is being illustrated by the design of a machine (i.e. computer program) for the automatic logic design of switching systems through Boolean graph self-organization under prescribed minimization and circuit restrictions. The latter is illustrated by defining a class of automata, inspired by cellular models, in which the positive features of these are preserved and the problem of describing self-organizing systems is simplified. (Author)
Descriptors : *MATHEMATICAL MODELS), (*CONTROL SEQUENCES, COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, COMPUTER LOGIC, AUTOMATA, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, TOPOLOGY, GRAPHICS, PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES, PATTERN RECOGNITION, ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY, FLOW CHARTING, ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS.
Subject Categories : Theoretical Mathematics
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE