## Annual Reviews of Computational Physics VIn this fifth volume of the authoritative series, the simulation of forest fires, flames, and hydrodynamics is presented in the first three articles. The next two deal with quantum simulations, in particular for two dimensions (quantum Hall effect and monolayers). Biology is connected with the last two articles: we learn from biological evolution to complement computer hardware and software with evolware, or we simulate immunology. |

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### Contents

Direct Numerical Simulation A Tool to Study Turbulent Reacting | 25 |

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of RayleighTaylor Instability | 97 |

Molecular Monolayers | 137 |

Criticality in the Integer Quantum Hall Effect | 201 |

Evolving Uniform and NonUniform Cellular Automata Networks | 243 |

Architecture and Dynamics | 287 |

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