|InterJournal Complex Systems, 227
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Submission Date: 981209
|Some Properties of Multicellular Chemical Systems|
Subject(s): CX.11, CX.04.02.3, CX.04.22.2
Category: Brief Article
The interactions of multicellular chemical structures with the environment are studied numerically. These structures develop from a single perturbation in a 2-D array of diffusion coupled chemical cells forming very complex, highly organized and beautiful patterns. During interactions with the environment, these structures exhibit a self-repairing property, learning capacity and "chemotaxis". Many of the observed features were never seen in continuous media.
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