Molecular and supramolecular information processing; from molecular switches to logic systems.
Molecular and supramolecular information processing; from molecular switches to logic systems
Ed. by Evgeny Katz.
The possibility of molecular systems for processing information has attracted much scientific attention in recent years, and here chemists report some experimental work by chemists and theoretical work by physicists and computer scientists. Among the topics are binary logic with synthetic molecular and supramolecular species, photonically switched molecular logic devices, toward arithmetic circuits in subexcitable chemical media, Kabbalistic-Leibnizian automata for simulating the universe, and electrode interfaces switchable by physical and chemical signals operating as a platform for information processing. Katz has also assembled a sequel, Biomolecular Information Processing: From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators.
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|Date:||Dec 1, 2012|
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