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A grid of cells which can be in a number of different states. Each cell may change from one generation to the next depending on the state of its neighbouring cells.
Cellular Automatons can model biological systems, micro-structures in materials, chemical reactions and many other discrete systems.
According to Stephen Wolfram's book "A New Kind Of Science", life /*is*/ a cellular automaton.
Conway's Game Of Life is an example.