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Synonyms for automaton

someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way

a mechanism that can move automatically

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Below, our automata will consider two ISS that define the same signal as equivalent, even if the intervals might be split differently.
Conti's "The Mechanical Saint: Early Modern Devotion and the Language of Automation" is admirable for its attention to the ambivalent religious implications of early modern culture's preoccupation with automata: despite the Protestant condemnation of "mechanical saints" as Catholic trickery and associated condemnations of "mechanical" or rote forms of Catholic prayer and worship, Conti's reading of a 1616 sermon by Lancelot Andrewes offers surprising evidence of the positive religious connotations that at least one (admittedly high church) English Protestant could attach to automata or pneumatic machinery.
The Automata Wars series is science fiction with a dash of 'steampunk'.
The principles of writing the equation of motion for a system of movable cellular automata and prescribing interactions between them are described in [3].
Parallel biomolecular computation on surfaces with advanced finite automata.
Baranov, Synthesis of Microprogram Automata, Leningrad: Energiya, 1979, p.
Automata, Reilly contends, work through "onto-epistemic mimesis" (6): to look at mechanised simulacra provokes a new way of knowing and being.
I spent a couple of days with Jude Law, showing him how to hold the screwdrivers, which bits to tinker with on the automata, so he really could look like an automata maker.
Probabilistic finite state automata (PA) are one of the most widespread backgrounds that knowledges to researchers in computer science [2,6].
Measuring power of algorithms, computer programs, and information automata.
Santos defined the so-called maximin automata in 1968 [16].
Cellular automata [2, 4, 6] are dynamical systems in which space, time, and the states of the system are discrete.
In the book, Pirnot describes the first working model for two-dimensional automata that could "revolutionalize technology" by increasing computing power.
Quantum dot cellular automata is an Novel technology that attempts to create general computational functionality at the nanoscale by controlling the position of single electrons [1][2][8].