In his works, Karel Culik undertakes multidisciplinary study on Algorithm and Parallel computing. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Parallel computing and Algorithm in his work. Pure mathematics is closely attributed to Invertible matrix in his work. Karel Culik performs integrative study on Cellular automaton and Block cellular automaton in his works. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Block cellular automaton and Cellular automaton through his works. In his works, Karel Culik performs multidisciplinary study on Theoretical computer science and State (computer science). Borrowing concepts from Theoretical computer science, Karel Culik weaves in ideas under State (computer science). Artificial intelligence is often connected to Image (mathematics) in his work. His Image (mathematics) study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Artificial intelligence.
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On real-time cellular automata and trellis automata
C Choffrut;K Culik.
Acta Informatica (1984)
On the limit sets of cellular automata
Karel Culik;Jan K. Pachl;Sheng Yu.
SIAM Journal on Computing (1989)
Undecidability of CA classification schemes
Karel Culik;Sheng Yu.
Complex Systems (1988)
Splicing semigroups of dominoes and DNA
Karel Culik;Tero Harju.
Discrete Applied Mathematics (1991)
A Simple Universal Cellular Automaton and its One-Way and Totalistic Version.
Jürgen Albert;Karel Culík.
Complex Systems (1987)
A note on some tree similarity measures
Karel Culik;Derick Wood.
Information Processing Letters (1982)
The decidability of the equivalence problem for DOL-systems*
Karel Culik;Ivan Fris.
Information & Computation (1977)
Finite Automata Computing Real Functions
Karel Culik;Juhani Karhumaki.
SIAM Journal on Computing (1994)
Systolic trellis automatat
Karel Culik;Jozef Gruska;Arto Salomaa.
International Journal of Computer Mathematics (1984)
The topological entropy of cellular automata is uncomputable
Lyman P. Hurd;Jarkko Kari;Karel Culik.
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems (1992)
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