From Parallel to Emergent Computing
Andrew Adamatzky (Redaktør) ; Selim Akl (Redaktør) ; Georgios Ch. Sirakoulis (Redaktør)
Modern computing relies on future and emergent technologies which have been conceived via interaction between computer science,
engineering, chemistry, physics and biology. This highly interdisciplinary book presents advances in the fields of parallel, distributed and emergent information processing and computation. Les mer
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Modern computing relies on future and emergent technologies which have been conceived via interaction between computer science,
engineering, chemistry, physics and biology. This highly interdisciplinary book presents advances in the fields of parallel,
distributed and emergent information processing and computation. The book represents major breakthroughs in parallel quantum
protocols, elastic cloud servers, structural properties of interconnection networks, internet of things, morphogenetic collective
systems, swarm intelligence and cellular automata, unconventionality in parallel computation, algorithmic information dynamics,
localized DNA computation, graphbased cryptography, slime mold inspired nanoelectronics and cytoskeleton computers.
Features
Truly interdisciplinary, spanning computer science, electronics, mathematics and biology
Covers widely popular topics of future and emergent computing technologies, cloud computing, parallel computing, DNA computation, security and network analysis, cryptography, and theoretical computer science
Provides unique chapters written by top experts in theoretical and applied computer science, information processing and engineering
From Parallel to Emergent Computing provides a visionary statement on how computing will advance in the next 25 years and what new fields of science will be involved in computing engineering. This book is a valuable resource for computer scientists working today, and in years to come.
Features
Truly interdisciplinary, spanning computer science, electronics, mathematics and biology
Covers widely popular topics of future and emergent computing technologies, cloud computing, parallel computing, DNA computation, security and network analysis, cryptography, and theoretical computer science
Provides unique chapters written by top experts in theoretical and applied computer science, information processing and engineering
From Parallel to Emergent Computing provides a visionary statement on how computing will advance in the next 25 years and what new fields of science will be involved in computing engineering. This book is a valuable resource for computer scientists working today, and in years to come.
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Utgitt:
2020
Forlag: CRC Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 608
ISBN: 9780367656607
Format: 25 x 18 cm
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Andrew Adamatzky is Professor of Unconventional Computing and Director of the
Unconventional Computing Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University
of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom. He does research in molecular computing,
reactiondiffusion computing, collisionbased computing, cellular automata,
slime mould computing, massive parallel computation, applied mathematics, complexity,
natureinspired optimisation, collective intelligence and robotics, bionics,
computational psychology, nonlinear science, novel hardware, and future and emergent
computation. He authored seven books, including ReactionDiffusion Computers
(Elsevier, 2005), Dynamics of CrowdMinds (World Scientific, 2005), and Physarum
Machines (World Scientific, 2010), and edited 22 books in computing, including Collision
Based Computing (Springer, 2002), Game of Life Cellular Automata (Springer, 2010),
and Memristor Networks (Springer, 2014); he also produced a series of influential
artworks published in the atlas Silence of Slime Mould (Luniver Press, 2014). He is
founding editorinchief of the Journal of Cellular Automata (2005–) and the Journal
of Unconventional Computing (2005–) and editorinchief of the Journal of Parallel,
Emergent, Distributed Systems (2014–) and Parallel Processing Letters (2018–).
Selim G. Akl (Ph.D., McGill University, 1978) is a Professor at Queen’s University
in the Queen’s School of Computing, where he leads the Parallel and Unconventional
Computation Group. His research interests are primarily in the area of algorithm
design and analysis, in particular for problems in parallel computing and unconventional
computing. Dr. Akl is the author of Parallel Sorting Algorithms (Academic Press,
1985), The Design and Analysis of Parallel Algorithms (Prentice Hall, 1989), and
Parallel Computation: Models and Methods (Prentice Hall, 1997). He is coauthor of
Parallel Computational Geometry (Prentice Hall, 1993), Adaptive Cryptographic Access
Control (Springer, 2010), and Applications of Quantum Cryptography (Lambert, 2016).
Georgios Ch. Sirakoulis is a Professor in Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. His current research emphasis
is on complex electronic systems, future and emergent electronic devices, circuits,
models and architectures (memristors, quantum cellular automata, etc.), novel computing
devices and circuits, cellular automata, unconventional computing, highperformance
computing, cyberphysical and embedded systems, bioinspired computation and
bioengineering, FPGAs, modelling, and simulation. He coauthored two books, namely
MemristorBased Nanoelectronic Computing Circuits and Architectures (Springer,
2016) and Artificial Intelligence and Applications (Krikos Publishing, 2010) and coedited
three books.
Unconventional Computing Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University
of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom. He does research in molecular computing,
reactiondiffusion computing, collisionbased computing, cellular automata,
slime mould computing, massive parallel computation, applied mathematics, complexity,
natureinspired optimisation, collective intelligence and robotics, bionics,
computational psychology, nonlinear science, novel hardware, and future and emergent
computation. He authored seven books, including ReactionDiffusion Computers
(Elsevier, 2005), Dynamics of CrowdMinds (World Scientific, 2005), and Physarum
Machines (World Scientific, 2010), and edited 22 books in computing, including Collision
Based Computing (Springer, 2002), Game of Life Cellular Automata (Springer, 2010),
and Memristor Networks (Springer, 2014); he also produced a series of influential
artworks published in the atlas Silence of Slime Mould (Luniver Press, 2014). He is
founding editorinchief of the Journal of Cellular Automata (2005–) and the Journal
of Unconventional Computing (2005–) and editorinchief of the Journal of Parallel,
Emergent, Distributed Systems (2014–) and Parallel Processing Letters (2018–).
Selim G. Akl (Ph.D., McGill University, 1978) is a Professor at Queen’s University
in the Queen’s School of Computing, where he leads the Parallel and Unconventional
Computation Group. His research interests are primarily in the area of algorithm
design and analysis, in particular for problems in parallel computing and unconventional
computing. Dr. Akl is the author of Parallel Sorting Algorithms (Academic Press,
1985), The Design and Analysis of Parallel Algorithms (Prentice Hall, 1989), and
Parallel Computation: Models and Methods (Prentice Hall, 1997). He is coauthor of
Parallel Computational Geometry (Prentice Hall, 1993), Adaptive Cryptographic Access
Control (Springer, 2010), and Applications of Quantum Cryptography (Lambert, 2016).
Georgios Ch. Sirakoulis is a Professor in Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. His current research emphasis
is on complex electronic systems, future and emergent electronic devices, circuits,
models and architectures (memristors, quantum cellular automata, etc.), novel computing
devices and circuits, cellular automata, unconventional computing, highperformance
computing, cyberphysical and embedded systems, bioinspired computation and
bioengineering, FPGAs, modelling, and simulation. He coauthored two books, namely
MemristorBased Nanoelectronic Computing Circuits and Architectures (Springer,
2016) and Artificial Intelligence and Applications (Krikos Publishing, 2010) and coedited
three books.