Reaction Systems: A Model of Computation Inspired by Biochemistry
Natural Computing (see, e.g.,  or ) is concerned with human-designed computing inspired by nature as well as with computation taking place in nature. In other words, natural computing investigates models and computational techniques inspired by nature as well as it investigates, in terms of information processing, processes taking place in nature.
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