Alejandro Salcido

Instituto Nacional de Electricidad y Energías Limpias

Alejandro Salcido is currently Visiting Professor at the Department of Physics of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa (Mexico City) and Lead Scientist (as independent researcher) in the Colectivo Sistemas Complejos in Cuernavaca, Mexico. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Physics Department of the Faculty of Sciences at the National University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM) in 1992. From 1979 up to 1991 Dr. Salcido was Staff Scientist (Statistical Physics and Lattice Gas Models) and Faculty Professor (Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Electrodynamics) at the Physics Department of UNAM. Dr. Salcido has published close to a hundred scholarly articles in international journals, proceedings of conferences and book chapters. His main research topics include micrometeorology, air pollution modelling, wind taxonomy, lattice gas dynamics, cellular automata fluids, traffic cellular automata, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, thermodynamic and phonon properties of high Tc superconductors, and mathematical modelling.

Alejandro Salcido

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Cellular automata have become a core subject in the sciences of complexity due to their conceptual simplicity, easiness of implementation for computer simulation, and ability to exhibit a wide variety of amazingly complex behavior. These features of cellular automata have attracted the researchers attention from a wide range of divergent fields of science. In this book, six outstanding emerging cellular automata applications have been compiled. These contributions underline the versatility of cellular automata as models for a wide diversity of complex systems. We hope that, after reading the outstanding contributions compiled in this book, we will have succeeded in bringing across what engineers and scientists are now doing about the application of cellular automata for solving practical problems in diverse disciplines. We also hope that this book will have been to your interest and liking. Lastly, we would like to thank all the authors for their excellent contributions in the different topics of cellular automata covered in this book.

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