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On a 20×60 cell board, I’m trying to write a program that implements Conway’s game of life. The grid will loop around so that the left side is attached to (neighboring) the right side and the top to the bottom.
The following feature is expected to count the number of cells that are adjacent to each other. It works for coordinates that aren’t on the margins, but it doesn’t work for coordinates that are. If there are points at (1, 10), (1, 11), and (1, 12) and (1, 10) is passed into the function, it will return a large number instead of 1.

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On a 20×60 cell board, I’m trying to write a program that implements Conway’s game of life. The grid will loop around so that the left side is attached to (neighboring) the right side and the top to the bottom.
The following feature is expected to count the number of cells that are adjacent to each other. It works for coordinates that aren’t on the margins, but it doesn’t work for coordinates that are. If there are points at (1, 10), (1, 11), and (1, 12) and (1, 10) is passed into the function, it will return a large number instead of 1.

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If you’re using a computer program to create the illusion of an infinite grid that extends beyond the user’s vision, you’ll need to make the program update more cells than are actually available to the user. Even if you’re just drawing the middle 300 x 300 to the screen, the data part of your software could be implemented as a 500 x 500 array. For the sake of your software, any cells outside the 500 x 500 grid will be permanently dead.
When computers deal with real numbers, they do something similar. While hardware limits precision, the precision can be far greater than what is displayed to the user at the end of a measurement, particularly if the number of decimals is fixed to the size of the display.
The decimal expansion of a number must be rounded off at some stage, but a calculator, for example, may give the impression of infinite knowledge to a naive user who divides by 1000 and sees new digits of pi appear from the abyss.

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Conway’s Game of Life in three dimensions. John Conway invented “Life,” a cellular automaton that includes live and dead cells in a rectangular, two-dimensional universe. The number of initial ramdomly generated cells can be modified using the slider control in this implementation, which uses a M x M x M grid.
How many of their eight potential neighbors are alive determines whether cells remain alive, die, or produce new cells. The calculations needed become astonishingly easy when sparse matrices are used. At the universe’s outskirts, we use periodic (torus) boundary conditions. When you press the “Start” button, this universe is immediately seeded with many tiny random groups. Some will be successful, while others will be unsuccessful.
The foundation is excellent. Functions with an error as depricated are falling behind current MatLab enabled api. I fixed them and modified it to include GPU support, world size selection in runtime, and simulation phase delay selection in runtime. I was able to run a 500**3 world with 16**6 automata with ease.

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