Proceedings of the 2005 Workshop on Unconventional Computing: From Cellular Automata to Wetware

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C. Teuscher, A. Adamatzky
Luniver Press, 2005 - Computers - 176 pages
THE BOOK BRINGS TOGETHER WORK FROM A MULTIDISCIPLINARY CORE OF SCIENTISTS WHO ARE WORKING IN THE FIELD OF UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTING. THE GOAL WAS TO PROVIDE A COMMON GROUND FOR DIALOG AND INTERACTION, TO HIGHLIGHT THE LATEST ADVANCES, AND TO DISCUSS THE MAIN DIRECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE. TOPICS INCLUDE PROGRAMMING OF CHEMICAL SYSTEMS, EVOLVING LOGICAL GATES IN LIQUID CRYSTAL, IMAGE PROCESSING IN CHEMICAL MEDIA, REACTION-DIFFUSION ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS FOR COMPUTATION AND PATTERN GENERATION, RULE MIGRATION IN CELLULAR AUTOMATA, MULTI-STATE QUANTUM AUTOMATA, DNA COMPUTING OF SHORTEST PATH PROBLEMS, AND ARTIFICIAL CHEMISTRIES. THE PAPERS COLLECTED IN THIS BOOK PROVIDE A GOOD OVERVIEW OF HOT RESEARCH TOPICS IN THE VIBRANT FIELD OF UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTING.
 

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Contents

Unconventional Computing
1
Oya T Asai T and Amemiya
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Striped and spotted pattern generation on reactiondiffusion
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Several remarks on practical implementation of image
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Chemical organization theory as a theoretical base for chemical
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A reflexive busy beaver problem
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Towards multistate based computing using quantumdot
105
Evolving logic gates in liquid crystal
133
Harding S and Miller J
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