Membrane Computing: 11th International Conference, CMC 2010, Jena, Germany, August 24-27, 2010. Revised Selected Papers

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Marian Gheorghe, Thomas Hinze, Gheorghe Păun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto Salomaa
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 14, 2011 - Computers - 393 pages
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Membrane Computing, CMC11, held in Jena, Germany, in August 2010 - continuing the fruitful tradition of 10 previous editions of the International Workshop on Membrane Computing (WMC).

The 23 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited papers and the abstracts of 2 keynote lectures were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers address in this volume cover all the main directions of research in membrane computing, ranging from theoretical topics in the mathematics and computer science to application issues. A special attention was paid to the interaction of membrane computing with biology and computer science, focusing both on the biological roots of membrane computing, on applications of membrane computing in biology and medicine, and on possible electronically based and bioinspired implementations.

 

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Junghei Chen received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from NYU, under the supervision of Ned Seeman. He has since worked at Berkeley and is now Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Delaware. He has edited a Springer book: LNCS 2943, Int. Workshop on DNA Based Computers, DNA 9 (2003). He has authored dozens of papers in key journals areas of chemistry, biochemistry, physics, computing and nanoscience

Natascha Jonoska received her Ph.D. in Mathematical Science from SUNY Binghamton and is currently Associate Professor in the Mathematics Dept. at the University of South Florida. She has coedited a number of Springer books: LNCS 2723, Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conf., GECCO 2003; LNCS 2950, Aspects of Molecular Computing, Essays Dedicated to Tom Head on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday (2004). Natasha has also contributed chapters in various Natural Computing books, and many journal and LNCS articles. Her journal publications cover her interests in both theoretical computer science and natural computing.

Grzegorz Rozenberg is the editor of the Springer Natural Computing series; is one of the series editors of the Springer EATCS Texts in Theoretical Computer Science series; was until this year the editor of the Springer journal Natural Computing; is the editor of the Elsevier Theoretical Computer Science journal Track C (Natural Computing). He has also edited or authored dozens of Springer books over the last 30 years. He has authored hundreds of publications in theoretical computer science and natural computing, and has been involved in the organization of dozens of conferences in both communities. He has authored and editeddozens of LNCS volumes and monographs, across a range of theoretical computer science fields and also in the area of natural computing. He has also recently edited some relevant Natural Computing series and EATCS series books, such as: Modelling in Molecular Biology (2004); Computation in Living Cells (2004); DNA Computing -- New Computing Paradigms (Reprint 2005). He also coedited LNCS 2950, Aspects of Molecular Computing, Essays Dedicated to Tom Head on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday (2004).

Salomaa from the University of Turku