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Bacterial computing

Bacterial computing

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Tags: Computers in other domains, Life and medical sciences

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ACM Special Interest Group on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation

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Jargon

ATP

Adenosine triphosphate: a chemical that exists within living cells to facilitate energy transfer. The human body contains on average 250 grams of ATP

GA

Genetic Algorithm: a subset of evolutionary algorithms, structured in a manner directly analogous to biological evolution, with iterated rounds of breeding, mutation, and selection

GFP

Green Fluorescent Protein: a gene used as an actuator in synthetic biology, analogous to an LED in a digital circuit

HPP

Hamiltonian Path Problem: given a directed graph and distinguished start and end nodes, does there exist a path from start to end that visits all nodes exactly once?

iGEM

International Genetically Engineered Machines competition: a synthetic biology competition for undergraduate students around the world