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by Christian S. Calude,Gheorghe Paun,Grzegorz Rozenberg,Arto Salomaa

Author: Christian S. Calude,Gheorghe Paun,Grzegorz Rozenberg,Arto Salomaa
Subcategory: Computer Science
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2001 edition (January 10, 2002)
Pages: 364 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
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Multiset Processing: Mathematical,Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of ViewAuthor: Cristian S. Calude, Gheorghe PĂun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto. Multiset Processing: Mathematical,Computer Science, and Molecular Computing Points of View Author: Cristian S. Calude, Gheorghe PĂun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto Salomaa Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-43063-6 DOI: 1. 007/3-540-45523-X. Gamma and the Chemical Reaction Model: Fifteen Years After.

The multiset, as a set with multiplicities associated with its elements in the form of natural numbers, is a notation which has appeared again and again in various areas of mathematics and computer science.

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All in all, the book assesses the state of the art of the notion of multisets, the mathematical background, and the computer science and molecular computing relevance. Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2235. File: PDF, . 3 MB. Читать онлайн.

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C S Calude, Cristian S Calude, Christian S Calude. The multiset, as a set with multiplicities associated with its elements in the form of natural numbers, is a notation which has appeared again and again in various areas of mathematics and computer science.

In the last few years, the notion has occurred in a rather natural way in the molecular computing area. An aqueous solution of chemical compounds, swimming together in a given space, without any given spatial relation between individual elements, is just a multiset.

Gheorghe Paun, Grzegorz Rozenberg, Arto Salomaa. This is the first book on DNA computing, a molecular approach that may revolutionize computing-replacing silicon with carbon and microchips with DNA molecules. The book starts with an introduction t. More).

Themultiset (a set with multiplicities associated with its elements, in the form of natural numbers) is a notion which has appeared again and again in many areas of mathematics and computer science, sometimes called abag (some h- torical information appears in the enclosed paper by A. Syropoulos). As a data structure, this notion stands "in-between"strings/lists, where a linear ordering of symbols/items is present, andsets, where no ordering and no multiplicity is considered;inamultiset,onlythemultiplicityofelementsmatters,nottheir ordering. Actually, in between lists and multisets we also havepomsets, partially ordered multisets. Con?ning ourselves to computer science, we may mention many areas where multisets are used: formal power series, Petri nets, data bases, logics, formal language theory (in relation with Parikh mapping, commutative grammars, etc), concurrency, and so on. In the last few years, the notion has occurred in a rather natural way in the molecular computing area. An aqueous solution of chemical compounds, swimming together in a given space, without any given spatial relation between individual elements, is just a multiset. Actually, this chemical metaphor was used several years before the occurrence of what is now called molecular computing, as the basic ingredient of the Gamma language and the Chemical Abstract Machine (a comprehensive survey of these ideas is provided by J. -P. Banˆ atre, P. Fradet, D. Le Metayer).