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Conway's Game of Life Simulation in Java

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Publisher : Holczer Balazs

Course Length : 1 hour

Course Language : English


This course is about Conway's game of life. This is a cellular automaton constructed by John Conway in 1970. This simulation starts with an empty chess board like table and has very simple rules. These simple rules can give birth to a given cell on the board as well as they can wipe out life of a given cell. It is quite counter intuitive that with so simple rules, so elaborate structures can emerge. And basically, this is the conclusion of life-game. We are going to talk about the theoretical background of the topic and of course we are going to implement it from scratch in Java. Hope you will like it!

Who is the target audience?
  • Students as well as anyone who is interested in Conway's game of life simulation!
  • You should know basic programming concepts in Java such as loops, classes and objects
  • You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level