
Various
(The following codes are provided as they are under no guarantee, solely for research and experimentation purposes)
EIGENMATH/SMIB Symbolic Codes
(Codes in this section run on any version of the Win32 CAS 'Eigenmath' or it's Linux equivalent SMIB.
Both can be obtained from the links below.)
Eigenmath
SMIB

SelfDual Antenna System
TriDipole.eig
A system of three orthogonal loop magnetic and dipole electric antennas
producing a total selfdual field in free space. This is work in progress and
the script may change significantly from time to time.

''Reverse Engineering Koide's Formula ''
Koide.eig
Close examination of some number theoretic and geometric structures
revealed in the differential structure of the famous Koide formula of the
three Leptonic masses of the electron, muon and tau.
(Wikipedia Link on Koide)
MATLAB CODES

Complexity Estimates for Finite Strings
Experimental code for estimating the complexity of finite strings in a full combinatoric powerset
of any order. Associated with a previous report.
Includes 5 functions and guidelines for the method followed inside the
archive.

"Lumping Entropy"
by Konstantinos Karamanos, Theophanes Raptis
lumps.m

"SelfExpanding "Inflationary" Cellular Automata"
by Theophanes Raptis (see file for help)
This is a very simple model of a selfmodifying automaton that exhibits an inflationary behavior
associated with some initial research on Hypercompression
(It requires lumps.m to compute some sort of "entropic inflationary force").
sea.m

Caeteris
frame51 (If it does not play at your browser, try this light win32 version of
Media Player Classic. If it still does not work, you probably lack the necessary codecs
in which case you should obtain them from
here
or here)
A nice movie from a 2D simulation of an extended CAETERIS (Cellular Automaton ETh ER InfraStructure) model due to prof.
Simon Berkovich of George Washington University. This is actually more of an Oscillator Automaton closely linked to generic
oscilaltor networks of which many a wonderful property are already known  and magnificently ignored! Prof. Berkovich was the
first to mention that the original proposal of Edward Fredkin and Konrad Zuse on an algorithmic digital mechanics is entirely
possible based on automata with "active" instead of "passive" elements. This took place back at 1986  and it was also magnanimously forgotten despite the essential simplicity and the mathematical elegance of the model. Instead people seem to
prefere the Brobdignagian difficulty of strings and other incomprehensible marvels crawling out of the mathematical abyss!
Yet, simple inspection of these simulation shows the possibility for an explanation of the CMB aenigma as well as the Virgo Cluster anomaly which has already been proposed by prof. Berkovich in
Berkovich 2005
More on this in his new 2011 book
Berkovich 2011
MATLAB implementation by Theophanes Raptis
"Terra eonira est opulenta numis in frumento et vino, auro et serico ac rebus caeteris."
From
The long and wonderful voyage of Frier Iohn de Plano Carpini.

