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That is the shortest description. A project in chemical computing: lambda calculus and other “secret alien technologies” translated into real chemistry. http://chorasimilarity.github.io/chemlambda-gui/dynamic/molecular.html Question: which programming language is based on “secret alien technology”? The gif is a detail from the story of the factorial http://chorasimilarity.github.io/chemlambda-gui/dynamic/lisfact_2_mod.html Join me on erasing the distinction between […]

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I have not stressed enough this aspect. The article M. Buliga, Molecular computers is one of the first articles which comes with complete means of validation by reproducibility. This means that along with the content of the article, which contains animations and links to demonstrations, comes a github repository with the scripts which can be … Continue reading One of the first articles with means for complete validation by reproducibility →

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A mol file is any finite list of items of the following kind, which satisfies conditions written further. Take a countable collection of variables, denote them by a, b, c, … . There is a list of symbols: L, A, FI, FO, FOE, Arrow, T, FRIN, FROUT. A mol file is a list made of … Continue reading A short complete description of chemlambda as a universal model of computation →

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+Lucius Meredith pointed to stochastic pi-calculus ans SPiM in a discussion about chemlambda. I take this as reference http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/projects/spim/ssb.pdf (say pages 8-13 to have a anchor for the discussion). Analysis: SPiM side – The nodes of the graphs are molecules, the arrows are channels. – As described there the procedure is to take a (huge … Continue reading Three models of chemical computing →

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That is, if autonomous computing molecules are possible, as described in the model shown in the Molecular computers. To be exactly sure about about the factor, I need to know the answer for the following question: What is the most complex chemical computation done without external intervention, from the moment when the (solution, DNA molecule, … Continue reading Improve chemical computing complexity by a 1000 times factor, easily →