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Multiple-Valued Computing in Quantum Molecular Biology, Two-Volume Set



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ISBN 9781032461021
June 19, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
1040 Pages 426 Color & 12 B/W Illustrations

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This book set introduces "multiple-valued quantum-DNA computing" and "multiple-valued DNA-quantum computing", a noble combination of quantum physics and molecular biology. Multiple-Valued Computing in Quantum Molecular Biology, Two Volume Set, is a blend of quantum physics and theoretical computer science that allows it to be more unique and faster than current silicon-based multiple-valued computing systems. Multiple-valued Quantum computing is an exciting topic for multiple-valued computing systems since it addresses many problematic multiple-valued traditional computer concerns. Volume one, Multiple-Valued Computing in Quantum Molecular Biology: Arithmetic and Combinational Circuits, introduces Multiple-Valued Quantum Computing and DNA Computing. It contains the basic understandings of Multiple-Valued Quantum Computing, Multiple-Valued DNA Computing. Part two reviews heat calculation, speed calculation, heat transfer, data conversion and data management in multivalued quantum, DNA, quantum-DNA and DNA-quantum computing. Part three discusses multiple-valued logic operations in quantum and DNA computing such as ternary AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR, XNOR, multiple-valued arithmetic operations such as adder, multiplier, and divider. Part four explains multiple-valued quantum and DNA combinational circuits such as multiple-valued DNA-quantum and quantum-DNA multiplexer, demultiplexer, encoder, and decoder. Volume two, Multiple-Valued Computing in Quantum Molecular Biology: Sequential Circuits, Memory Devices, Programmable Logic Devices, and Nano Processors, discusses multiple-valued quantum and DNA sequential circuits such as D flip-flop, SR latch, SR flip-flop, JK flip-flop, T flip-flop, shift register, ripple counter, synchronous counter are described with the applications and working procedures. Part two discusses the architecture and design procedure of memory devices such as Random Access Memory (RAM), Read Only Memory (ROM), Programmable Read Only memory (PROM) in multiple-valued quantum, DNA, quantum-DNA, and DNA-quantum computing. Part three examines programmable logic devices such as Programmable Logic Array (PLA), Programmable Array Logic (PAL), Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), and Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD) in multiple-valued quantum, DNA, quantum-DNA and DNA-quantum computing are described with their architectures and working principles. Part four explores the designs and algorithms of Multiple-valued quantum, DNA, quantum-DNA and DNA-quantum nano processors. This book set will be of interest to those working in Quantum Computing, DNA Computing, Quantum-DNA Computing and DNA-Quantum Computing researchers, as well as graduate level students.

Table of Contents

Volume 1: Part 1: Multiple-Valued Quantum and DNA Computing. 1. Multiple-Valued Quantum Computing. 2. Multiple-Valued DNA Computing. 3. Multiple-Valued Quantum-DNA Computing. 4. Multiple-Valued DNA-Quantum Computing. Part 2: Heat Measurement, Heat Transfer, Speed Calculation, Data Conversion and Data Management in Multiple-Valued Quantum and DNA Computing 5. Heat Calculation. 6. Speed Calculation. 7. Heat Transfer. 8. Data Conversion. 9. Data Management. Part 3. Multiple-Valued Arithmetic Circuits in Quantum Molecular Biology. 10. Multiple-Valued Logic Operations in Quantum Computing. 11. Multiple-Valued Quantum Arithmetic Operations. 12. Multiple-Valued Logic Operations in DNA Computing. 13. Multiple-Valued Arithmetic Operations in DNA Computing. 14. Multiple-Valued Arithmetic Operations in Quantum-DNA Computing. 15. Multiple-Valued Arithmetic Operations in DNA-Quantum Computing. Part 4. Multiple-Valued Combinational Circuits in Quantum Molecular Biology. 16. Multiple-Valued Quantum Combinational Circuits. 17. Multiple-Valued DNA Combinational Circuits. 18. Multiple-Valued Quantum-DNA Combinational Circuits. 19. Multiple-Valued DNA-Quantum Combinational Circuits. Final Remarks. Index.

Volume 2: PART 1: Multivalued Sequential Circuits in Quantum Molecular Biology. 1. Multiple-Valued Sequential Circuits in Quantum Computing. 2. Multivalued Sequential Circuits in DNA Computing. 3. Multivalued Sequential Circuits in Quantum-DNA Computing. 4. Multivalued Sequential Circuits in DNA-Quantum Computing. Part 2. Multiple-Valued Memory Devices in Quantum Molecular Biology. 5. Multiple-Valued Quantum Memory Devices. 6. Multiple-Valued DNA Memory Devices. 7. Multiple-Valued Quantum-DNA Memory Devices. 8. Multiple-Valued DNA-Quantum Memory Devices. Part 3. Multiple-Valued Programmable Logic Devices in Quantum Molecular Biology. 9. Multiple-Valued Programmable Logic Devices in Quantum Computing. 10. Multiple-Valued Programmable Logic Devices in DNA Computing. 11. Multiple-Valued Programmable Logic Devices in Quantum-DNA Computing. 12. Multiple-Valued Programmable Logic Devices in DNA-Quantum Computing. Part 4. Multiple-Valued Nano-Processors in Quantum Molecular Biology. 13. Multiple-Valued Quantum Nano Processor. 14. Multiple-Valued DNA Nano Processor. 15. Multiple-Valued Quantum-DNA Nano-Processor. 16. Multiple-Valued DNA-Quantum Nano-Processor. Final Remarks. Index.

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Biography

Professor Dr. Hafiz Md. Hasan Babu is currently working as a Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is the former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of National University, Bangladesh. He is also the former Chairman of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Dhaka. For his excellent academic and administrative capability, he also served as the Professor and founder Chairman of the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He served as a World Bank Senior Consultant and General Manager of the Information Technology & Management Information System Departments of Janata Bank Limited, Bangladesh.