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CA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for CANADA.

CA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Canada. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Canadian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Canada. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Canada. Each province and territory has its own code with the prefix "CA." For example, the code for the Territory of Nunavut is ISO 3166-2:CA-NU.
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Cellular Automata based modeling has been found to be effective in achieving an intelligent hybridization of the existing interpolation strategies.
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Chaudhuri (2004), "Fuzzy Cellular Automata For Modeling Pattern Classifier," Accepted for publication in IEICE.
Walus, Dysart and Julliaen et al, March 2004 "Split current Quantum dot cellular automata modeling and simulation " in IEEE transactions on Nanotechnology conf, vol 3.
Cellular automata is most usually applied as two-dimensional grid with two states of cell (live/death), that determine possible states of the grid.
The cellular automata (CA) are discrete dynamic systems that offer an appealing alternative to deal with this kind of situations due to their capacity to develop complex behaviors from a simple set of rules.
However, some snowflake-simulation specialists don't accept the snowflake patterns from such rudimentary cellular automata as being realistic.
It's exciting because cellular automata is fairly easy to understand for someone who is not particularly mathematically minded," he said.
Since the 1980's, the emergence of cellular automata (CA) and multi-agent simulation (MAS) techniques have enhanced land use change and urban models (Parker et al.
Wolfram is blind to that sort of complexity and there is no clue in his book as to how cellular automata could possibly generate it.

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