Supplementary material from "A ‘reader’ unit of the chemical computer"
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We suggest the main principals and functional units of the parallel chemical computer, namely, (i) a generator (which is a network of coupled oscillators) of oscillatory dynamic modes, (ii) a unit which is able to recognize these modes (a ‘reader’) and (iii) a decision-making unit, which analyses the current mode, compares it with the external signal and sends a command to the mode generator to switch it to the other dynamical regime. Three main methods of the functioning of the reader unit are suggested and tested computationally: (a) the polychronization method, which explores the differences between the phases of the generator oscillators; (b) the amplitude method which detects clusters of the generator and (c) the resonance method which is based on the resonances between the frequencies of the generator modes and the internal frequencies of the damped oscillations of the reader cells. Pro and contra of these methods have been analysed.
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Smelov, Pavel S.; Vanag, Vladimir K. (2017): Supplementary material from "A ‘reader’ unit of the chemical computer". The Royal Society. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3954079.v1