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Substitution Systems

Substitution systems, or L-systems, are a type of simple computational system, or automaton, capable of simple and complex behavior, even chaos, depending on the initial condition and evolution rule. For many substitution system rules, including neighbor-dependent rules, Wolfram|Alpha can simulate, analyze, compute statistics, create interactive visualizations (including tree and subdivision diagrams) and fit a conjecture about the growth of string lengths in the system.

Substitution Systems

Examine substitution system simulations, including neighbor-dependent and neighbor-independent systems.

Analyze a substitution system:

Specify a neighbor-dependent system:

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