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The state of the class homepage is still primitive. It was supposed to show all projects. Next time the class is held I'm sure they'll improve it somehow... Anyway, if you are interested in more information about lattice gases, a classmate did his final project on Lattice gases:

`http://aries.www.media.mit.edu/people/aries/mas864.html`

which leads you indirectly to:

`http://alife.santafe.edu/alife/topics/cas/ca-faq/lga/lga.html`

The book based on the class notes is still not in print, it might be titled: "The Nature of Mathematical Modeling," by Neil Gershenfeld. You can contact him directly for more info.

In the class notes, he references the following for Lattice gases :

(the comments are by neilg, not me.)

- Brosl Hasslacher, "Discrete Fluids," Los Alamos Science,
pp. 175-217, 1987.
*good intro paper for lattice gases* - Gary D. Doolen, Uriel Frisch, Brosl Hasslacher, Steven Orszag, and
Stephen Wolfram, eds., Lattice Gas Methods for Partial Differential
Equations, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity,
Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990.
*This collection contains many important papers making the connection between lattice gases and hydrodynamics.* - Daniel H. Rothman and Stephane Zaleski, "Lattice-gas models of phase
separation: interfaces, phase transitions, and multiphase flow," Review
of Modern Physics, 66:1417-1479, 1994.
*Reviews the basic theory and extends it to fluids with multiple components.*