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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7551/978-0-262-32621-6-ch106
Pages 665-672
First published 30 July 2014

The Kinetic Basis of Self-Organized Pattern Formation

Yuri Shalygo

Abstract (Excerpt)

In his seminal paper on morphogenesis (1952), Alan Turing demonstrated that different spatio-temporal patterns can arise due to instability of the homogeneous state in reaction-diffusion systems, but at least two species are necessary to produce even the simplest stationary patterns. This paper is aimed to propose a novel model of the analog (continuous state) kinetic automaton and to show that stationary and dynamic patterns can arise in one-component networks of kinetic automata. Possible applicability of kinetic networks to modeling of real-world phenomena is also discussed.