Turing-Like Patterns Revisited: A Peek Into The Third Dimension

Martin Skrodzki and Konrad Polthier
Proceedings of Bridges 2017: Mathematics, Art, Music, Architecture, Education, Culture
Pages 415–418 Short Papers

Abstract

Beginning with their introduction in 1952 by Alan Turing, Turing-like patterns have inspired research in several different fields. One of these is the field of cellular automata, which have been utilized to create Turing-like patterns by David A. Young and others. In this paper we provide a generalization of these patterns to the third dimension. Several visualizations are given to illustrate the created models.

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