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Quantum Bio-Informatics II: From Quantum Information to Bio-Informatics

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Overview

The purpose of this proceedings volume is to look for interdisciplinary bridges in mathematics, physics, information and life sciences, in particular, research for new paradigms for information and life sciences on the basis of quantum theory. The main areas in this volume are all related to one of the following subjects: (1) mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics, (2) quantum information, (3) quantum algorithm and computation, (4) quantum communication, (5) white noise analysis and quantum dynamics, (6) chaos dynamics and adaptive dynamics, (7) experimental studies of quantum computer, (8) bio-informatics and (9) genome analysis.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789814273749
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/28/2009
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface v

The Problem of Quantum-Like Representation in Economy Cognitive Science, and Genetics L. Accardi A. Khrennikov M. Ohya 1

Chaotic Behavior Observed in Linea Dynamics M. Asano T. Yamamoto Y. Togawa 9

Complete m-Level Quantum Teleportation Based on Kossakowski-Ohya Scheme M. Asano M. Ohya Y. Tanaka 19

Towards Quantum Cybernetics: Optimal Feedback Control in Quantum Bio Informatics V. P. Belavkin 30

Quantum Entanglement and Circulant States D. Chruscinski 42

The Compound Fock Space and Its Application in Brain Models K.-H. Fichtner W. Freudenberg 55

Characterisation of Beam Splitters L. Fichtner M. Gabler 68

Application of Entropic Chaos Degree to a Combined Quantum Baker's Map K. Inoue M. Ohya I. V. Volovich 81

On Quantum Algorithm for Multiple Alignment of Amino Acid Sequences S. Iriyama M. Ohya 92

Quantum-Like Models for Decision Making in Psychology and Cognitive Science A. Khrennikov 105

On Completely Positive Non-Markovian Evolution of a d-Level System A. Kossakowski R. Rebolledo 119

Measures of Entanglement - A Hilbert Space Approach W. A. Majewski 127

Some Characterizations of PPT States and Their Relation T. Matsuoka 139

On the Dynamics of Entanglement and Characterization of Entangling Properties of Quantum Evolutions M. Michalski 151

Perspective from Micro-Macro Duality - Towards Non-Perturbative Renormalization Scheme I. Ojima 160

A Simple Symmetric Algorithm Using a Likeness with Introns Behavior in RNA Sequences M. Regoli 173

Some Aspects of Quadratic Generalized White Noise Functionals Si Si T. Hida 184

Analysis of Several Social Mobility Data Using Measure of Departure from Symmetry K. Tahata K. Yamamoto N. Miyamoto S. Tomizawa192

Time in Physics and Life Science I. V. Volovich 205

Note on Entropies in Quantum Processes N. Watanabe 216

Basics of Molecular Simulation and Its Application to Biomolecules T. Ando I. Yamato 228

Theory of Proton-Induced Superionic Conduction in Hydrogen-Bonded Systems H. Kamimura 242

Massive Collection of Full-Length Complementary DNA Clones and Microarray Analyses: Keys to Rice Transcriptome Analysis S. Kikuchi 265

Changes of Influenza A(H5) Viruses by Means of Entropic Chaos Degree K. Sato M. Ohya 290

Basics of Genome Sequence Analysis in Bioinformatics-Its Fundamental Ideas and Problems T. Suzuki S. Miyazaki 299

A Basic Introduction to Gene Expression Studies Using Microarray Expression Data Analysis D. Wanke J. Kilian 314

Integrating Biological Perspectives: A Quantum Leap for Microarray Expression Analysis D. Wanke J. Kilian U. Bloss E. Mangelsen J. Supper K. Harter K. W. Berendzen 327

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