From bio-inspired computing to e-Biology
Perrin, Dimitri & Ruskin, Heather J. (2009) From bio-inspired computing to e-Biology. In Seventh International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing, C5 '09, IEEE, Kyoto, pp. 111-118.
Several algorithms and techniques widely used in Computer Science have been adapted from, or inspired by, known biological phenomena. This is a consequence of the multidisciplinary background of most early computer scientists. The field has now matured, and permits development of tools and collaborative frameworks which play a vital role in advancing current biomedical research. In this paper, we briefly present examples of the former, and elaborate upon two of the latter, applied to immunological modelling and as a new paradigm in gene expression.
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