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Natural Computing

2nd International Workshop on Natural Computing Nagoya, Japan, December 2007, Proceedings

Suzuki, Y., Hagiya, M., Umeo, H., Adamatzky, A. (Eds.)

2009, X, 249p.

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  • The refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Natural Computing(IWNC). IWNC aims to bring together computer scientists, biologists, mathematicians, electronic engineers, physicists etc. to critically assess present findings in the field, and to outline future developments in nature-inspired computing.

Most natural and artificial systems transform information in a predictable or programmable way; such transformation can be interpreted as harnessing nature for computing. Recently we have witnessed a burst of research in unconventional computing, resulting in the development of experimental prototypes of natural computers, plasmodium computers, reaction-diffusion processors, and DNA computers as well as theoretical paradigms of natural computation such as cellular automata, artificial chemistry, evolutionary computing, and neural networks. The International Workshop on Natural Computing (IWNC) brings together computer scientists, biologists, mathematicians, electronic engineers, physicists, and others to critically assess present findings in the field, and to outline future developments in nature-inspired computing. This compilation of papers presented at the most recent workshop, held in Nagoya, Japan, makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of natural computing.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Alignment - Analysis - DNA computing - Natural Computation - Natural Computing - Physarum - automata - autonomous - cell memory - combinatorial optimization - computer - molecular calculation - optimization - primitive intelligence - selforganization

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Combinatorial Optimization by Amoeba-Based Neurocomputer with Chaotic Dynamics Masashi Aono, Yoshito Hirata, Masahiko Hara, and Kazuyuki Aihara Masashi Aono, Yoshito Hirata, Masahiko Hara, and Kazuyuki Aihara Factorizing RSA Keys Ed Blakey Toward a Representation of Hybrid Functional Petri Nets by MP Systems Alberto Castellini, Giuditta Franco, and Vincenzo Manca Computing with Feedforward Networks of Artificial Biochemical Neurons Huub M.M. ten Eikelder, Sjoerd P.M. Crijns, Marvin N. Steijaert, Anthony M.L. Liekens, and Peter A.J. Hilbers Information Processing with Structured Chemical Excitable Medium J. Gorecki, J.N. Gorecka, Y. Igarashi, and K. Yoshikawa Wholeness and Information Processing in Biological Networks: An Algebraic Study of Network Motifs Taichi Haruna and Yukio-Pegio Gunji Regulation Effects by Programmed Molecules for Transcription-Based Diagnostic Automata towards Therapeutic Use Miki Hirabayashi, Hirotada Ohashi, and Tai Kubo On Detection and Isolation of Defective Cells in Self-Timed Cellular Automata Teijiro Isokawa, Ferdinand Peper, Shin'ya Kowada, Naotake Kamiura, and Nobuyuki Matsui Towards the Sequence Design Preventing Pseudoknot Formation Lila Kari and Shinnosuke Seki Self-organized Spatio-temporal Oscillation Observed in a Chain of Non-oscillatory Cells Yue Ma, Yoshiko Takenaka, and Kenichi Yoshikawa Exploiting Natural Asynchrony and Local Knowledge within Systemic Computation to Enable Generic Neural Structures Erwan Le Martelot, Peter J. Bentley, and R. Beau Lotto Molecular Communication: Simulation of Microtubule Topology Michael J. Moore, Akihiro Enomoto, Tadashi Nakano, Atsushi Kayasuga, Hiroaki Kojima, Hitoshi Sakakibara, Kazuhiro Oiwa, and Tatsuya Suda Monte Carlo Simulation in Lattice Ecosystem: Top-Predator Conservation and Population Uncertainty Hiroyasu Nagata, Kei-ichi Tainaka, Nariyuki Nakagiri, and Jin Yoshimura Toward Biologically Inspired Constructive Computation Hideyuki Nakashima A Classification of Triplet Local Rules with Inverse Image Sequences Tatsuro Sato, Kazumasa Honda, Hyen Yeal Lee, and Yasuo Kawahara An Efficient Multiple Alignment Method for RNA Secondary Structures Including Pseudoknots Shinnosuke Seki and Satoshi Kobayashi Asymmetric Interaction in Non-equilibrium Dissipative System towards Dynamics for Biological System Yuki Sugiyama Design and Numerical Analysis of RNA Oscillator Masahiro Takinoue, Daisuke Kiga, Koh-ichiroh Shohda, and Akira Suyama Protoplasmic Computing to Memorize and Recall Periodic Environmental Events Atsushi Tero, Tetsu Saigusa, and Toshiyuki Nakagaki A Synchronization Problem in Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata Hiroshi Umeo

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