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Biology and computing

Gale, Ella

Authors

Ella Gale ella.gale@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

Memristors, the recently discovered 4th fundamental circuit element, have been used as models for biological components, such as neurons. It may be that neurons are memristors, rather than just conveniently modeled by them. This presentation covers recent results from the biological literature that points towards the position that some biological tissues can be memristive, recent results from the neuromorphic computing literature that suggest that memristors are good biological models and some of our recent work modelling ant societies with memristors.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Start Date Nov 1, 2011
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Gale, E. (2011, November). Biology and computing. Presented at Faculty Research Colloquium
Keywords memristor, biology, computing
Additional Information Additional Information : UWE internal faculty research presentation for Health and Life Sciences to which members from the Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory were invited.
Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : UWE Health and Life Sciences Faculty Research Colloquium

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