Item description for Theoretical and Experimental DNA Computation (Natural Computing Series) by Martyn Amos...
This book provides a broad overview of the entire field of DNA computation, tracing its history and development. It contains detailed descriptions of all major theoretical models and experimental results to date, which are lacking in existing texts, and discusses potential future developments. It also provides a useful reference source for researchers and students, and an accessible introduction for people new to the field.The field of DNA computation has flourished since the publication of Adleman's seminal article, in which he demonstrated for the first time how a computation may be performed at a molecular level by performing standard operations on a tube of DNA strands. This monograph provides a detailed survey of the field, before describing recent theoretical and experimental developments. It concludes by outlining the challenges faced by researchers in the field and suggests possible future directions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.6" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 26, 2005
ISBN 3540657738 ISBN13 9783540657736
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More About Martyn Amos
Martyn Amos currently resides in Liverpool. Martyn Amos has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Exeter.
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Excellent! May 24, 2003
Very well written but not as funny as I'd hoped. Easy to get through nonetheless. I finished it in two days, and I only looked at it when I went to the lav. (I kept it on the cistern behind the spare roll.)