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Morphic Computing: Quantum and Fields

  • Germano Resconi
  • Masoud Nikravesh
Part of the Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing book series (STUDFUZZ, volume 218)

Abstract

Morphic Computing was first introduced by Resconi and Nikravesh [2006, 2007a, and 2007b] which makes use of Morphic and Morphogenetic Fields. Morphic Fields and its subset Morphogenetic Fields have been at the center of controversy for many years in mainstream science and the hypothesis is not accepted by some scientists who consider it a pseudoscience. Resconi and Nikravesh [2006, 2007a, and 2007b] claim that Morphic Computing is a natural extension of Holographic Computation, Quantum Computation, Soft Computing, and DNA Computing. In this paper, we introduce extensions of the Morphic Computing such as Quantum Logic and Entanglement in Morphic Computing, Morphic Systems and Morphic System of Systems (M-SOS). Its applications to the field of computation by words as an example of the Morphic Computing, Morphogenetic Fields in neural network and Morphic Computing, Morphic Fields - concepts and Web search, and agents and fuzzy in Morphic Computing will also be discussed.

Keywords

Morphic Computing Morphogenetic Computing Morphic Fields Morphogenetic Fields Quantum Computing DNA Computing Soft Computing Computing with Words Morphic Systems Morphic Neural Network Morphic System of Systems Optical Computation by Holograms Holistic Systems 

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  • Germano Resconi
  • Masoud Nikravesh

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