**Five Cellular Automata Description**

A cellular automaton consists of:
(a) A structure of cells, such as the squares on a chess board.
(b) A set of values or \"states\" such that each cell is associated with a particular state.
(c) A set of rules describing how one state of the system (a particular configuration of cells in specific states) is to be transformed or converted to another state of the system.
This is software for exploring five cellular automata, as follows:
1. An extended version of Conway\'s Life, called ...