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Artificial Immune Systems and the Grand Challenge for Non-classical Computation

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Artificial Immune Systems and the Grand Challenge for Non-classical Computation
The UK Grand Challenges for Computing Research is an initiative to map out certain key areas that could be used to help drive research over the next 10–15 years. One of the identified Grand Challenges is Non-Classical Computation, which examines many of the fundamental assumptions of Computer Science, and asks what would result if they were systematically broken. In this discussion paper, we explain how the sub-discipline of Artificial Immune Systems sits squarely in the province of this particular Grand Challenge, and we identify certain key questions. The UK Grand Challenges in Computing Research The UK Computing Research Committee (UKCRC) is organising Grand Challenges for Computing Research, to discuss possibilities and opportunities for the advancement of computing science. It has asked the UK computing research community to identify ambitious, long-term research initiatives. The original call resulted in 109 submissions, which were discussed at a workshop in late 2002, and refi...
Susan Stepney, John A. Clark, Colin G. Johnson, De
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICARIS
Authors Susan Stepney, John A. Clark, Colin G. Johnson, Derek Partridge, Robert E. Smith
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