# Graph updating function

In principle, one could define and study GDSs over an infinite graph (e.g.cellular automata or probabilistic cellular automata over , and the update scheme.

In this case, the global map F: K This class is referred to as generalized cellular automata since the classical or standard cellular automata are typically defined and studied over regular graphs or grids, and the vertex functions are typically assumed to be identical.Example: Let Y be the circle graph on vertices {1,2,3,4} with edges {1,2}, {2,3}, {3,4} and {1,4}, denoted Circ(x,y,z) = (1 + x)(1 + y)(1 + z) with arithmetic modulo 2 for all vertex functions.Then for example the system state (0,1,0,0) is mapped to (0, 0, 0, 1) using a synchronous update.All the transitions are shown in the phase space below.I'm trying to have a bar graph in my program update in a .change function, but I'm not quite sure on how to go with making that happen.I already have a line object changing, which was accomplished by changing the attribute.

But the problem that I'm having is that I don't know how to go about updating the rectangles in a bar graph to reflect the changes.

In mathematics, the concept of graph dynamical systems can be used to capture a wide range of processes taking place on graphs or networks.

A major theme in the mathematical and computational analysis of GDSs is to relate their structural properties (e.g.

the network connectivity) and the global dynamics that result.

The work on GDSs considers finite graphs and finite state spaces.

As such, the research typically involves techniques from, e.g., graph theory, combinatorics, algebra, and dynamical systems rather than differential geometry.

In principle, one could define and study GDSs over an infinite graph (e.g.

In principle, one could define and study GDSs over an infinite graph (e.g.