تحميل و قراءة كتاب Information Processing by Biochemical Systems Neural Network pdf

تحميل كتاب Information Processing by Biochemical Systems Neural Network pdf

المؤلف : John Wiley
السنة : 2009
عدد الصفحات : غير محدد
عن الكتاب : 2009م - 1443هـ نبذه عن الكتاب: Information processing by biological systems is not an invention of the modern era. It started in the far past with the semblance of life on our planet, was operative in single-celled organisms, and was active throughout the ages with the evolution of higher species. During the last few decades this area of endeavor has attracted the attention of scientists and engineers. They were driven not only by the inborn curiosity of human beings, but also by the quest for solutions to practical issues. Among the latter, the most pressing were the miniaturization of devices and conferring upon them greatly extended capabilities for information processing. More recently, as sustained efforts were aimed at these goals, a critical warning was issued by physicists. They pointed out that, sooner or later, the technology currently available is bound to reach the limits of its capabilities. This will be caused by undesired crosstalk between the densely packed ultraminiaturized components, as well as by the inability to dissipate the heat produced. Hence, alternative technologies had to be developed. It was at this point that the concepts of information processing by molecular systems emerged—among them, biomolecular systems. .
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2009م - 1443هـ نبذه عن الكتاب: Information processing by biological systems is not an invention of the modern era. It started in the far past with the semblance of life on our planet, was operative in single-celled organisms, and was active throughout the ages with the evolution of higher species. During the last few decades this area of endeavor has attracted the attention of scientists and engineers. They were driven not only by the inborn curiosity of human beings, but also by the quest for solutions to practical issues. Among the latter, the most pressing were the miniaturization of devices and conferring upon them greatly extended capabilities for information processing. More recently, as sustained efforts were aimed at these goals, a critical warning was issued by physicists. They pointed out that, sooner or later, the technology currently available is bound to reach the limits of its capabilities. This will be caused by undesired crosstalk between the densely packed ultraminiaturized components, as well as by the inability to dissipate the heat produced. Hence, alternative technologies had to be developed. It was at this point that the concepts of information processing by molecular systems emerged—among them, biomolecular systems. .
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