Grammars and Automata for String Processing
From Mathematics and Computer Science to Biology, and Back
The conventional wisdom was that biology influenced mathematics and computer science. But a new approach has taken hold: that of transferring methods and tools from computer science to biology. The reverse trend is evident in Grammars and Automata for String Processing: From Mathematics and Computer Science to Biology and Back. The contributors address the structural (syntactical) view of the domain. Mathematical linguistics and computer science can offer various tools for modeling complex macromolecules and for analyzing and simulating biological issues. This collection is valuable for students and researchers in biology, computer science, and applied mathematics.
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Logistics, Languages and Combinatorics. Models of Molecular Computing.
Martin-Vide, Carlos; Mitrana, Victor