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Biological computation

Author: Ehud Lamm
Publisher: London : Chapman & Hall, 2010.
Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC mathematical and computational biology series
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Suitable for advanced undergraduates in computer science programs, this title covers major themes of bio-inspired computing, including cellular automata, molecular computation, genetic algorithms,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ehud Lamm
ISBN: 9781420087956 1420087959
OCLC Number: 540161458
Description: pages.
Contents: Introduction and Biological BackgroundBiological ComputationThe Influence of Biology on Mathematics-Historical ExamplesBiological IntroductionModels and Simulations Cellular Automata Biological BackgroundThe Game of Life General Definition of Cellular Automata One-Dimensional AutomataExamples of Cellular AutomataComparison with a Continuous Mathematical Model Computational UniversalitySelf-Replication Pseudo Code Evolutionary ComputationEvolutionary Biology and Evolutionary ComputationGenetic AlgorithmsExample ApplicationsAnalysis of the Behavior of Genetic AlgorithmsLamarckian Evolution Genetic Programming A Second Look at the Evolutionary ProcessPseudo Code Artificial Neural Networks Biological BackgroundLearning Artificial Neural NetworksThe PerceptronLearning in a Multilayered NetworkAssociative MemoryUnsupervised LearningMolecular Computation Biological Background Computation Using DNAEnzymatic ComputationThe Never-Ending Story: Additional Topics at the Interface between Biology and ComputationSwarm IntelligenceArtificial Immune SystemsArtificial LifeSystems BiologyRecommendations for Additional ReadingA Summary, Further Reading, Exercises, and Answers appear at the end of each chapter.
Series Title: Chapman & Hall/CRC mathematical and computational biology series
Responsibility: by Ehud Lamm, Ron Unger.


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