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General Theoretical Aspects of Cell Mechanics from Circadian Oscillator Point of View Based on Higher Order Logic(HOL) – A Short Communication to Develop Informatics Framework Involving Bio-Chemical Concepts of Cells and Mobile Computing Environments.

Authors: N.T.Kumar, Thiago R, Sandro B, Vinicius R, Lisane V, Vanderlei P

We observe the “internal clock” that man possesses in common with animals,plants and protists has drawn the interest of scientists and researchers from diverse fields of science and technology.Performing R&D in this promising and challenging domain of circadian rhythms is very much useful to those engaged in research in general,industrial and aerospace medicine.It is in this context it was decided to work on topics involving circadian rhythms and formalisms based on Higher Order Logic(HOL) using Dynamic Architecture concepts to further evaluate the theories involved and to come up with certain informatics frameworks. To the best of our knowledge this paper is one of the pioneering topics in the domain of “Circadian Systems” and its informatics.

Comments: 7 Pages. A Short communication on multi-discplinary approach based on informatics of cells and mobile computing environments

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