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2008
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Computation with finite stochastic chemical reaction networks
A highly desired part of the synthetic biology toolbox is an embedded chemical microcontroller, capable of autonomously following a logic program specified by a set of instructions...
David Soloveichik, Matthew Cook, Erik Winfree, Jeh...
NC
2008
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Abstraction layers for scalable microfluidic biocomputing
William Thies, John Paul Urbanski, Todd Thorsen, S...
NC
2008
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Combining self-healing and proofreading in self-assembly
Molecular self-assembly is a promising approach to bottom-up fabrication of complex structures. A major impediment to the practical use of self-assembly to create complex structure...
David Soloveichik, Matthew Cook, Erik Winfree
NC
2008
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How crystals that sense and respond to their environments could evolve
An enduring mystery in biology is how a physical entity simple enough to have arisen spontaneously could have evolved into the complex life seen on Earth today. Cairns-Smith has pr...
Rebecca Schulman, Erik Winfree
NC
2008
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Top-Down modulation of neural responses in visual perception: a computational exploration
Visual perception is typically performed in the context of a task or goal. Nonetheless, visual processing has traditionally been conceptualized in terms of a fixed, task-independe...
Michael C. Mozer, Adrian Fan
NC
2008
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Spiking neural P systems with extended rules: universality and languages
We consider spiking neural P systems with rules allowed to introduce zero, one, or more spikes at the same time. The motivation comes both from constructing small universal systems...
Haiming Chen, Mihai Ionescu, Tseren-Onolt Ishdorj,...
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