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This page contains a comprehensive hopelessly incomplete list of publications, including both books and scholarly articles, about Conway's Game of Life and related cellular automata.

Academic journals

Life

  • Martin Gardner: Wheels, Life and other Mathematical Amusements:
    • Chapter 20: The Game of Life, Part I (pp. 214-225)
    • Chapter 21: The Game of Life, Part II (pp. 226-240)
    • Chapter 22: The Game of Life, Part III (pp. 241-257)

General cellular automata

  • Adamatzky, Andrew: Identification of Cellular Automata, Taylor & Francis Ltd (1994), ISBN 0-7484-0172-5, OCLC 32744438
  • Adamatzky, Andrew (ed): Game of Life Cellular Automata, Springer (London) (2010), ISBN 978-1-84996-216-2, OCLC 619946115. Contains:
    • Bays, Carter: Introduction to Cellular Automata and Conway's Game of Life
    • Part I: Historical
      • Wainwright, Robert: Conway's Game of Life: Early Personal Recollections
      • McIntosh, Harold V.: Conway's Life
      • McIntosh, Harold V.: Life's Still Lifes
      • McIntosh, Harold V.: A Zoo of Life Forms
    • Part II: Classical Topics
      • Eppstein, David: Growth and Decay in Life-Like Cellular Automata
      • Johnston, Nathaniel: The B36/S125 "2x2" Life-Like Cellular Automaton
      • Niemiec, Mark D.: Object Synthesis in Conway's Game of Life and Other Cellular Automata
      • Sapin, Emmanuel: Gliders and Glider Guns Discovery in Cellular Automata
      • Chu, Geoffrey; Petrie, Karen Elizabeth; Yorke-Smith, Neil: Constraint Programming to Solve Maximal Density Still Life
    • Part III: Asynchronous, Continuous and Memory-Enriched Automata
      • Evans, Kellie Michele: Larger than Life's Extremes: Rigorous Results for Simplified Rules and Speculation on the Phase Boundaries
      • Pivato, Marcus: RealLife
      • Peper, Ferdinand; Adachi, Susumu; Lee, Jia: Variations on the Game of Life
      • Fatès, Nazim: Does Life Resist Asynchrony?
      • Alsonso-Sanz, Ramón: LIFE with Short-Term Memory
      • Martínez, Genaro J.; Adamatzky, Andrew; McIntosh, Harold V.: Localization Dynamics in a Binary Two-Dimensional Cellular Automaton: The Diffusion Rule
    • Part IV: Non-orthogonal Lattices
      • Bays, Carter: The Game of Life in Non-square Environments
      • Owens, Nick; Stepney, Susan: The Game of Life Rules on Penrose Tilings: Still Life and Oscillators
      • Ventrelle, Jeffrey: A Spherical XOR Gate Implemented in the Game of Life
    • Part V: Complexity
      • Gotts, Nick: Emergent Complexity in Conway's Game of Life
      • Hernández-Montoya, A.R.; Coronel-Brizio, H.F.; Rodriguez-Achach, M.E.: Macroscopic Spatial Complexity of the Game of Life Cellular Automaton: A Simple Data Analysis
    • Part VI: Physics
      • Conti, Claudio: The Enlightened Game of Life
      • Flitney, Adrian P.; Abbott, Derek: Towards a Quantum Game of Life
    • Part VII: Music
      • Miranda, Eduardo R.; Kirke, Alexis: Game of Life Music
    • Part VIII: Computation
      • Goucher, Adam P.: Universal Computation and Construction in GoL Cellular Automata
      • Rendell, Paul: A Simple Universal Turing Machine for the Game of Life Turing Machine
      • Martínez, Genaro J.; Adamatzky, Andrew; Morita, Kenichi; Margenstern, Maurice: Computation with Competing Patterns in Life-Like Automaton
  • Adamatzky, Andrew, Martínez, Genaro J. (eds): Designing Beauty: The Art of Cellular Automata, Springer (2016), ISBN 978-3-319-27269-6, OCLC 934720008. Contains:
    • Griffeath David: Self-Organizing Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata: 10 Still Frames
    • Wuensche, Andrew: Is it Art or Science?
    • Evans, Kellie Michele: Larger than Life
    • Reiter, Clifford: Three Favorite Cellular Automata
    • Krawczyk, Robert J.: Cellular Automata: Dying to Live Again, Architecture, Art, Design
    • Hutton, Tim J.: In Search of Movement and Life on a Static Grid
    • Johnston, Nathaniel: Some Beautiful and Difficult Questions about Cellular Automata
    • Margenstern, Maurice: Hyperbolic Gallery
    • Ventrella, Jeffrey: Evolved Gliders and Waves on a Geodesic Grid
    • Sipper, Moshe: Constructing Counters through Evolution
    • Deutsch, Andreas: Biological Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata
    • Conti, Claudio: The Enlightened Game of Life
    • Umeo, Hiroshi: Small Synchronizers and Prime Generators
    • Sayama, Hiroki: Ecological Patterns of Self-Replicators
    • Stepney, Susan: The Art of Penrose Life
    • Bandman, Olga: Asynchronous Cellular Automata Simulating Complex Phenomena
    • Medvedev, Yuri: A Multiparticle Lattice-Gas Cellular Automaton Simulating a Piston Motion
    • Kireeva, Anastasiya: Two Layer Asynchronous Cellular Automata
    • Vitvitsky, Anton: Cellular Automata Simulation of Bacterial Cell Growth and Division
    • Georgoudas, Ioakeim G., Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch., Scordilis, Emmanuel M., Andreadis, Ioannis: Seismic Cellular Automata
    • Mizar, Charilaos, Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch., Mardiris, Vasilios, Karafyllidis, Ioannis, Glykos, Nicholas, Sandaltzopoulos, Raphael, DNA Cellular Automata
    • Mora, Joan Carlos Seck Tuoh, Romero, Noberto Hernandez, Marin, Joselito Medina, Reversibility, Simulation and Dynamical Behaviour
    • Fatès, Nazim, Aesthetics and Randomness in Cellular Automata
    • Alonso-Sanz, Ramon, Cellular Automata with Memory
    • Rendell, Paul, Turing Machines and Checkerboards
    • Imai, Katsunobu, Aperiodicity and Reversibility
    • Makowiec, Danuta, Painting with Cellular Automata
    • McIntosh, Harold V., Patterns in Cellular Automata
    • Martínez, GenaroJ., Gliders in One-Dimensional Cellular Automata
    • Adamatzky, Andrew, Excitable Automata

Biographies

  • Roberts, Siobhan: Genius at Play: The Curious Mind of John Horton Conway, Bloomsbury (2015), ISBN 978-1-62040-593-2, OCLC 967836933