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BMCBI
2005
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Chemistry in Bioinformatics
Chemical information is now seen as critical for most areas of life sciences. But unlike Bioinformatics, where data is Openly available and freely re-usable, most chemical informa...
Peter Murray-Rust, John B. O. Mitchell, Henry S. R...
ICQNM
2008
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
Loss-Tolerant Quantum Coin Flipping
Coin flipping is a cryptographic primitive in which two spatially separated players, who in principle do not trust each other, wish to establish a common random bit. If we limit ...
Guido Berlín, Gilles Brassard, Félix...
ICQNM
2008
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
Classical, Quantum and Non-signalling Resources in Bipartite Games
Gilles Brassard, Anne Broadbent, Esther Hängg...
ICQNM
2008
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
A Quantum Network Manager that Supports a One-Time Pad Stream
We have begun to expand the NIST quantum key distribution (QKD) system into a quantum network to support secure cryptography. We are starting with a simple three-node network, one...
Alan Mink, Lijun Ma, Tassos Nakassis, Hai Xu, Oliv...
ICQNM
2008
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
DNA as Building Block for Self-Assembly of Micro-components
Abstract— Biological processes, and in particular DNA hybridization, offer the potential to form the basis for the assembly of devices at micro- and nano-scales. Our aim is to im...
Ahlem Abbaci, D. Sinan Haliyo, Stephane Rég...
ICQNM
2008
IEEE
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10 years 2 months ago
Multiparty Distributed Compression of Quantum Information
—We study a protocol in which many parties use quantum communication to transfer a shared state to a receiver without communicating with each other. This protocol is a multiparty...
David Avis, Patrick Hayden, Ivan Savov
NANONET
2009
Springer
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10 years 2 months ago
Can SG-FET Replace FET in Sleep Mode Circuits?
The Suspended Gate Field Effect Transistor (SG-FET) appears to have the potential to replace traditional FETs in sleep mode circuits, due to its abrupt switching enabled by electro...
Marius Enachescu, Sorin Cotofana, Arjan J. van Gen...
NANONET
2009
Springer
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10 years 2 months ago
RF Control of Biological Systems: Applications to Wireless Sensor Networks
We present a vision and preliminary results for a combined RF-Biological Systems where the Electro-Magnetic energy of RF signals is transduced into control-signals for biological s...
Hooman Javaheri, Guevara Noubir, Sanaa Noubir
NANONET
2009
Springer
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Quantum Dots and Wires to Improve Enzymes-Based Electrochemical Bio-sensing
An investigation on nano-structured electrodes to detect different metabolites is proposed in this paper. Three different metabolites are considered: glucose, lactate, and choleste...
Sandro Carrara, Cristina Boero, Giovanni De Michel...
NANONET
2009
Springer
200views Chemistry» more  NANONET 2009»
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Repeater Insertion for Two-Terminal Nets in Three-Dimensional Integrated Circuits
A new approach for inserting repeaters in 3-D interconnects is proposed. The allocation of repeaters along an interplane interconnect is iteratively determined. The proposed approa...
Hu Xu, Vasilis F. Pavlidis, Giovanni De Micheli
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