Cellang

Cellang

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N NNN N N NCN NCN C N NNN N N Cellular processing languages, such as Cellang [Eckart 1992], CARPET [Spezzano and Talia 1997], CDL, and CEPROL [Seutter 1985], allow cellular algorithms to be described by defining the state of cells as a typed variable, or a record of typed variables, and a transition function containing the evolution rules of an automaton.