Data Structures and Algorithms

   

Neoplexus – Developing a Heterogeneous Computer Architecture Suitable for Extreme Complex Systems

Authors: M. J. Dudziak, M. Tsepeleva

NeoPlexus is a newly established permanent program of international collaborative scientific research and application development. It is focused upon the design, construction and application of a new architecture and family of computing machines that are adept at solving problems of control involving extreme complex systems (XCS) for which conventional numerical computing methods and machines are fundamentally inadequate. The GCM involves a different foundation of computing from classical Turing Machines including qubit-based quantum computers and it incorporates geometrical and specifically topological dynamics. The target for implementation is to construct molecular-scale platform using protein-polymer conjugates and MEMS-type microfluidics.

Comments: 6 Pages. submitted to CoDIT 2018 *Theassaloniki, Greece, April, 2018)

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