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Enzyme Biocomputing: Logic Gates and Logic Networks to Interface and Control Materials

AutorPita, Marcos
Fecha de publicación11-oct-2017
EditorCRC Press
CitaciónBiocatalysis and Nanotechnology 20: (2017)
SeriePan Stanford Series on Biocatalysis
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ResumenThe technological revolution that has taken place in the last century relies on advanced computing systems. Many attribute the first conceived computer to Alan Turing, who proposed in 1937 “the use of hypothetical devices able to perform any conceivable mathematical computing operation if such can be represented as an algorithm” (Turing, 1937). Since the beginning of computers’ development, the computing operations used to define the algorithms have relied on the logic operations defined by George Boole in the Nineteenth Century (Boole, 1854). Thereafter computing knowledge and technology have grown exponentially, first adopting transistors and later diving into miniaturization to develop nowadays’ computers, which rely on nanotechnology. Still, almost every computing step is performed by sequential Boolean logic gates operations.
DescripciónEdited By Peter Grunwald.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/163829
ISBN978-981-4613-69-9
978-131-5196-60-2
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