
The Binary Node is a basic computational switch with exactly two states.
It is an expansion of the Basic Node.
Large groups of connected binary nodes form interesting structures
called Binary Networks.
The state of the node is self determined. At a given interval in time,
the node selects its state through any number of logical operations,
usually in relation to the states of other nodes. A node is aware
of other nodes through its connections.



More information on the node and it's variations
can be found within the Life of the Node
series of Levitated Expansions.



jtarbell,
July 2002 

