We prove the existence of a semilinear representation of Cellular Automata
(CA) with the introduction of multiple convolution kernels. Examples of the
technique are presented for rules akin to the "edge-of-chaos" including the
Turing universal rule 110 for further utilization in the area of reservoir
computing. We also examine the significance of their dual representation on a
frequency or wavelength domain as a superposition of plane waves for
distributed computing applications including a new proposal for a "Hologrid"
that could be realized with present Wi-Fi,Li-Fi technologies.