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Emerging Technologies of  Computation Montek Singh COMP790-084 Aug 25, 2011
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Cellular automata Quantum dot cellular automata (QCA) Wires and gates using QCA Implementation Today:  Quantum Dot Cellular  Automata
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Discrete model studied in  computability grid made up of “cells” each cell can be in one of finite  number of states each cell has a defined  “neighborhood” at each new time step, the state of  a cell is determined by the state of  its neighborhood in prior time step Cellular Automata Conway’s Game of Life
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e.g., “Rule 30” e.g., “Rule 110” Cellular Automata:  Elementary  examples
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Seashell patterns each cell’s pigment  controlled by activating  and inhibiting activity of  neighbors Conus textile Cellular Automata:  Biology ex
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QCA proposed models of quantum computation analogous to conventional CAs but based on quantum mechanical phenomenon of 
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