Computing in Nonlinear Media and Automata Collectives by Andrew Adamatzky

By Andrew Adamatzky

Computing in Nonlinear Media and Automata Collectives offers an account of recent how one can layout hugely parallel computing units in complex mathematical versions, corresponding to mobile automata and lattice swarms, from unconventional fabrics, together with chemical recommendations, bio-polymers, and excitable media.

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