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Computing Balancing. Eilenberg P Systems with SymbolObjects. On Some Classes of Splicing Languages.

Aspects of Molecular Computing : Essays Dedicated to Tom Head on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday

Fixed Point Approach to Commutation of Languages. On Languages of Cyclic Words.

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The Duality of Patterning in Molecular Genetics. DNAbased Cryptography. Splicing to the Limit.

One sub-category is related to computing. This include efforts to use biological entities as the basic building blocks to make computers instead of semiconductors.

Binghamton University professor Tom Head, 83, was humble, kind

Our conventional computers are based on the Von Neumann model. There is a whole computing paradigm build around Von Neumann which is used to build the computers.

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Current computers are built using transistors semiconductors. Instead of semiconductors, can we build computers with different models of computation using the biological entities instead? This is the essential question being addressed in this field. Another sub-category related to computing, which is relatively new, include efforts to come up with new computing models.

Von Neumann model has been very successful abstract machine. But how does biological entities perform computation?