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Steering plasmodium with light: Dynamical programming of Physarum machine

@article{Adamatzky2009SteeringPW,
  title={Steering plasmodium with light: Dynamical programming of Physarum machine},
  author={Andrew Adamatzky},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0908.0850}
}
  • Andrew Adamatzky
  • Published in ArXiv 2009
  • Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Biology
  • University of the West of England Bristol BS16 1QY United Kingdomandrew.adamatzky@uwe.ac.ukAbstractA plasmodium of Physarum polycephalum is a very large cell visible by unaidedeye. The plasmodium is capable for distributed sensing, parallel information pro-cessing, and decentralized optimization. It is an ideal substrate for future and emerg-ing bio-computing devices. We study space-time dynamics of plasmodium reactiomto localised illumination, and provide analogies between propagating… CONTINUE READING

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