Journal: Natural Computing

Volume 11, Issue 4

551 -- 552Jarkko Kari, Ion Petre. Preface
553 -- 564Olivier Bouré, Nazim Fatès, Vincent Chevrier. Probing robustness of cellular automata through variations of asynchronous updating
565 -- 577Silvio Capobianco, Tommaso Toffoli. Conserved quantities in discrete dynamics: what can be recovered from Noether's theorem, how, and why?
579 -- 594A. C. Cem Say, Abuzer Yakaryilmaz. Computation with multiple CTCs of fixed length and width
595 -- 607Jürgen Dassow, Florin Manea, Bianca Truthe. Networks of evolutionary processors: computationally complete normal forms
609 -- 622Jérôme Durand-Lose. Abstract geometrical computation 7: geometrical accumulations and computably enumerable real numbers
623 -- 635Russell Martin, Thomas Nickson, Igor Potapov. Geometric computations by broadcasting automata
637 -- 651Radu Nicolescu, Huiling Wu. New solutions for disjoint paths in P systems
653 -- 664David Sears, Kai Salomaa. Extended Watson-Crick L systems with regular trigger languages and restricted derivation modes
665 -- 672William M. Stevens. Computing with planar toppling domino arrangements
673 -- 685Ludek Zaloudek, Lukás Sekanina. Cellular automata-based systems with fault-tolerance
687 -- 700Antonella Di Stefano, Giovanni Morana. A bio-inspired distributed algorithm to improve scheduling performance of multi-broker grids
701 -- 717Gexiang Zhang, Marian Gheorghe, Yuquan Li. A membrane algorithm with quantum-inspired subalgorithms and its application to image processing
719 -- 720Melvin Gauci, Tony J. Dodd, Roderich Groß. Why 'GSA: a gravitational search algorithm' is not genuinely based on the law of gravity

Volume 11, Issue 3

351 -- 352Atulya Nagar, Gheorghe Paun. Foreword
353 -- 359Martyn Amos, Jack Coldridge. A genetic algorithm for the Zen Puzzle Garden game
361 -- 368László Hegedüs, Benedek Nagy, Ömer Egecioglu. Stateless multicounter 5′ → 3′ Watson-Crick automata: the deterministic case
369 -- 379M. Angels Colomer, Ignacio Pérez-Hurtado, Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez, Agustin Riscos-Núñez. Comparing simulation algorithms for multienvironment probabilistic P systems over a standard virtual ecosystem
381 -- 386Daniel Díaz-Pernil, Miguel A. Gutiérrez-Naranjo, Helena Molina-Abril, Pedro Real. Designing a new software tool for Digital Imagery based on P systems
387 -- 393Ana Brândusa Pavel, Catalin Buiu. Using enzymatic numerical P systems for modeling mobile robot controllers
395 -- 404Eduardo Rodriguez-Martinez, Konstantinos Nikolaidis, Tingting Mu, Jason F. Ralph, John Yannis Goulermas. Towards collaborative feature extraction for face recognition
405 -- 413Gabriela E. Soares, Henrique E. Borges, Rogério M. Gomes, Gustavo M. Zeferino, Antônio de Pádua Braga. Emergence of synchronicity in a self-organizing spiking neuron network: an approach via genetic algorithms
415 -- 416Paul S. Andrews, Susan Stepney. Preface: EmergeNET4: engineering emergence
417 -- 430Regina Frei, James M. Whitacre. Degeneracy and networked buffering: principles for supporting emergent evolvability in agile manufacturing systems
431 -- 448James M. Whitacre, Philipp Rohlfshagen, Axel Bender, Xin Yao. Evolutionary mechanics: new engineering principles for the emergence of flexibility in a dynamic and uncertain world
449 -- 474Peter H. Welch, Kurt C. Wallnau, Adam T. Sampson, Mark Klein. To boldly go: an occam-π mission to engineer emergence
475 -- 498Navneet Bhalla, Peter J. Bentley, Peter D. Vize, Christian Jacob. Programming and evolving physical self-assembling systems in three dimensions
499 -- 517Christophe Philemotte, Hugues Bersini. The Gestalt heuristic: emerging abstraction to improve combinatorial search
519 -- 533Christian Grimme, Joachim Lepping, Alexander Papaspyrou. Parallel predator-prey interaction for evolutionary multi-objective optimization
535 -- 550Ján Manuch, Ladislav Stacho, Christine Stoll. Step-wise tile assembly with a constant number of tile types

Volume 11, Issue 2

185 -- 186Yasubumi Sakakibara, Yongli Mi. Foreword
187 -- 197Rebecca Schulman, Erik Winfree. Simple evolution of complex crystal species
199 -- 207Vamsi Kundeti, Sanguthevar Rajasekaran. Self assembly of rectangular shapes on concentration programming and probabilistic tile assembly models
209 -- 229Yuriy Brun. Efficient 3-SAT algorithms in the tile assembly model
231 -- 238Xingguo Liang, Toshio Mochizuki, Taiga Fujii, Hiromu Kashida, Hiroyuki Asanuma. Design of an artificial functional nanomaterial with high recognition ability
239 -- 240Karl Svozil. Preface
241 -- 245Elena Calude. Fermat's last theorem and chaoticity
247 -- 251Gilles Dowek. The physical Church thesis as an explanation of the Galileo thesis
253 -- 259Marian Gheorghe, Mike Stannett. Membrane system models for super-Turing paradigms
261 -- 265Karl Svozil. How much contextuality?
267 -- 268Alberto Dennunzio, Enrico Formenti, Ferdinand Peper, Hiroshi Umeo. Foreword: asynchronous cellular automata and nature-inspired computation
269 -- 276Luca Manzoni. Asynchronous cellular automata and dynamical properties
277 -- 287Stefania Bandini, Andrea Bonomi, Giuseppe Vizzari. An analysis of different types and effects of asynchronicity in cellular automata update schemes
289 -- 302Leonardo Vanneschi, Giancarlo Mauri. A study on learning robustness using asynchronous 1D cellular automata rules
303 -- 309Jean-Baptiste Yunès. Grids and universal computations on one-dimensional cellular automata
311 -- 321Satyajit Sahu, Hiroshi Oono, Subrata Ghosh, Anirban Bandyopadhyay, Daisuke Fujita, Ferdinand Peper, Teijiro Isokawa, Ranjit Pati. On Cellular Automata rules of molecular arrays
323 -- 338Jennifer E. Padilla, Wenyan Liu, Nadrian C. Seeman. Hierarchical self assembly of patterns from the Robinson tilings: DNA tile design in an enhanced Tile Assembly Model
339 -- 349Cheryl P. Andam, Jonathan R. Driscoll, Jaime A. DiCesare, Tim N. Enke, Anthony J. Macula, Susannah Gal. Comparison of different methods to analyze a DNA computing library using the polymerase chain reaction

Volume 11, Issue 1

1 -- 0Olivier Bournez, Gilles Dowek. Preface
3 -- 11Alastair A. Abbott. The Deutsch-Jozsa problem: de-quantisation and entanglement
13 -- 22Pablo Arrighi, Jonathan Grattage. Partitioned quantum cellular automata are intrinsically universal
23 -- 35Neil B. Lovett, Matthew S. Everitt, Matthew Trevers, Daniel Mosby, Dan Stockton, Viv Kendon. Spatial search using the discrete time quantum walk
37 -- 49Walid Gomaa. A survey of recursive analysis and Moore's notion of real computation
51 -- 58Oron Shagrir. Supertasks do not increase computational power
59 -- 63Jirí Wiedermann. Amorphous computing: a research agenda for the near future
65 -- 66Jon Timmis, Kenichi Morita. Editorial for special issue on unconventional computation
67 -- 79Françoise Chatelin. A computational journey into the mind
81 -- 94Abuzer Yakaryilmaz, Rusins Freivalds, A. C. Cem Say, Ruben Agadzanyan. Quantum computation with write-only memory
95 -- 106Artiom Alhazov, Rudolf Freund, Kenichi Morita. Sequential and maximally parallel multiset rewriting: reversibility and determinism
107 -- 115Michael J. Dinneen, Yun-Bum Kim, Radu Nicolescu. Faster synchronization in P systems
117 -- 128Kohtaro Tadaki. A Chaitin $$\Upomega$$ number based on compressible strings
129 -- 130R. Varela, José Manuel Ferrández. Solving problems with natural computing
131 -- 139Gemma Bel Enguix, Maria Dolores Jiménez-López. Biocomputing: an insight from linguistics
141 -- 150Andreas Schierwagen. On reverse engineering in the cognitive and brain sciences
151 -- 160Miguel A. González, Camino R. Vela, Ramiro Varela. A competent memetic algorithm for complex scheduling
161 -- 174Jorge Novo, Noelia Barreira, Manuel Francisco González Penedo, José Santos Reyes. Topological Active Volume 3D segmentation model optimized with genetic approaches
175 -- 183José Manuel Ferrández, Eduardo Fernández. Neural computation with cellular cultures