A tag system consists of a sequence of elements each represented by a color (here there are two colors). Each step of the evolution is determined by applying a rule that drops a particular number of elements from the front of the array generated on the previous step and appends a certain number of elements determined by the composition of the dropped elements. Two systems are explored here: one that drops one element and appends up to three new elements (for a total of ... rules) and a second that drops two elements and appends up to four new elements (for a total of ... rules). This Demonstration displays a chart that tracks the total length of each step for twice the number of steps as the visual evolution, the rule icons for the system, and the visual evolution itself.


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