Guest Editor Introduction: Special Issue on Nano/Bio-Inspired Applications and Architectures

Mishra, Prabhat
August 2009
International Journal of Parallel Programming;Aug2009, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p343
Academic Journal
The article discusses various articles published within the issue, including one by Nageswaran and colleagues on the brain derived vision algorithm and the physiological operating principles of thalamo-cortical brain circuits, one by Zhao and Chakrabarty on the online testing of microfluidic lab-on-chip devices, and one by Chilstedt and colleagues on carbon nanotube-based programmable architecture.


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