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By Matthew Cook, Turlough Neary

This quantity constitutes the completely refereed court cases of the twenty second IFIP WG 1.5International Workshop on mobile Automata and Discrete ComplexSystems, AUTOMATA 2016, held in Zurich, Switzerland, in June 2016.
This quantity includes three invited talks in full-paper size and 12 regularpapers, that have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 23submissions. The papers characteristic examine on all basic facets of mobile automata and similar discrete complicated platforms and take care of the subsequent subject matters: dynamical, topological, ergodic and algebraic features; algorithmic and complexity matters; emergent houses; formal language processing; symbolic dynamics; versions of parallelism and allotted structures; timing schemes; phenomenological descriptions; clinical modeling; and functional applications.

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Akiyama and K. Imai Fig. 9. Possible pairs according to Ammann bars. To exhaust the possible placements along an S-gap, we start from a pair S1. Although S1 contains line segments for two distinct S-gaps, they are symmetric. So it is enough to consider one pair of them. Figure 10(1) shows the first possible extensions. The right patch in Fig. 10(1) is the only possibility because the left patch contains some Ammann bar segments which cannot form limes. Fig. 10. Possible extensions from a pair S1.

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For brevity, we also say that A and A itself are adjacent (edge adjacent) as well. A patch P is a finite set of tiles in T . The 1-st corona P (1) of P is a patch consisting of all tiles which is adjacent to a tile of P. The n-th corona P (n) is defined as a corona of the (n − 1)-th corona P (n−1) for n = 2, 3, . . An edge corona P [1] and n-th edge corona P [n] are defined in the same manner but by edge adjacency. g. 2], [15] and [14]. 3] and [10]) which forms a counter part of existence problem of tilings by a given set of tiles.

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