Chang Molecular Computing

Molecular Computing: Towards a Novel Computing Architecture for Complex Problem Solving

Weng-Long Chang, Athanasios Vasilakos, "Molecular Computing: Towards a Novel Computing Architecture for Complex Problem Solving"
English | ISBN: 3319051210 | 2014 | 288 pages | PDF | 13 MB
Multiset Processing: Mathematical, Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of View (Repost)

Christian S. Calude, Gheorghe Paun, "Multiset Processing: Mathematical, Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of View"
2001 | pages: 354 | ISBN: 3540430636 | PDF | 4,4 mb

Molecular Computing: Origins and Promises  

Posted by roxul at Nov. 11, 2014
Molecular Computing: Origins and Promises

Nicholas G. Rambidi, "Molecular Computing: Origins and Promises"
English | ISBN: 3211996982 | 2014 | 232 pages | PDF | 8 MB

Molecular Computing  

Posted by igor_lv at July 9, 2014
Molecular Computing

Molecular Computing - Tanya Sienko, Andrew Adamatzky
2003 | ISBN: 0262194872 | CHM | 400 pages | 9 Mb

This book provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of molecular computing.The book moves from abstract principles of molecular computing to the building of actual systems. The topics include the use of proteins and other molecules for information-processing, molecular recognition, computation in nonlinear media, computers based on physical reaction-diffusion systems found in chemical media, DNA computing, bioelectronics and protein-based optical computing, and biosensors.
Multiset Processing: Mathematical, Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of View (Repost)

"Multiset Processing: Mathematical, Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of View"
Christian S. Calude, Gheorghe Paun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto Salomaa

English | 2002-01-10 | ISBN: 3540430636 | 354 pages | PDF | 4.4 mb
Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing: Implications to High Level Design and Validation (Repost)

Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing: Implications to High Level Design and Validation (Solid Mechanics & Its Applications) by Sandeer K. Shukla (Editor), R. Iris Bahar (Editor)
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (November 16, 2005) | ISBN-10: 1402080670 | PDF | 5,9 Mb | 380 pages

One of the grand challenges in the nano-scopic computing era is guarantees of robustness. Robust computing system design is confronted with quantum physical, probabilistic, and even biological phenomena, and guaranteeing high reliability is much more difficult than ever before. Scaling devices down to the level of single electron operation will bring forth new challenges due to probabilistic effects and uncertainty in guaranteeing 'zero-one' based computing. Minuscule devices imply billions of devices on a single chip, which may help mitigate the challenge of uncertainty by replication and redundancy. However, such device densities will create a design and validation nightmare with the shear scale.

Molecular Computing  

Posted by abedy at Dec. 3, 2007
Molecular Computing

Molecular Computing
Publisher: The MIT Press | Language: English | ISBN:0262693313 | 277 pages | September 1, 2005 | CHM | 9.3 Mb
Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing: Implications to High Level Design and Validation

Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing: Implications to High Level Design and Validation (Solid Mechanics & Its Applications) by Sandeer K. Shukla (Editor), R. Iris Bahar (Editor)
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (November 16, 2005) | ISBN-10: 1402080670 | PDF | 5,9 Mb | 380 pages

One of the grand challenges in the nano-scopic computing era is guarantees of robustness. Robust computing system design is confronted with quantum physical, probabilistic, and even biological phenomena, and guaranteeing high reliability is much more difficult than ever before. Scaling devices down to the level of single electron operation will bring forth new challenges due to probabilistic effects and uncertainty in guaranteeing 'zero-one' based computing. Minuscule devices imply billions of devices on a single chip, which may help mitigate the challenge of uncertainty by replication and redundancy. However, such device densities will create a design and validation nightmare with the shear scale.

Molecular Computing  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by atommota at July 10, 2006
Molecular Computing

by Tanya Sienko (Editor), Andrew Adamatzky (Editor), Nicholas G. Rambidi (Editor), Michael Conrad (Editor) Ā«Molecular ComputingĀ»
| ISBN 0262693313 | 2005 Year | CHM Format | 8.88 Mb | 280 Pages

Book Description
The next great change in computer science and information technology will come from mimicking the techniques by which biological organisms process information. To do this computer scientists must draw on expertise in subjects not usually associated with their field, including organic chemistry, molecular biology, bioengineering, and smart materials. This book provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of molecular computing.

The book moves from abstract principles of molecular computing to the building of actual systems. The topics include the use of proteins and other molecules for information-processing, molecular recognition, computation in nonlinear media, computers based on physical reaction-diffusion systems found in chemical media, DNA computing, bioelectronics and protein-based optical computing, and biosensors.

Book Info
Text covers abstract principles of molecular computing and the building of actual systems. Topics include the use of proteins and other molecules for information processing, molecular recognition, computation in nonlinear media, computers based on physical reaction-diffusion systems found in chemical media, and more. DLC: Molecular computers.

Computing with Cells and Atoms  

Posted by sandhu1 at Dec. 5, 2011
Computing with Cells and Atoms

Computing with Cells and Atoms
CRC Press; 1 edition | October 26, 2000 | ISBN-10: 0748408991 | 320 pages | DJVU | 2.2 Mb

At the turning of the millennium, a switch in computing technology is forecasted and looked for. Two main directions of research, both based on quite unconventional ideas are most promising - quantum computing and molecular computing. In the last few years, both of these methods have been intensely investigated.