Quantum Bio-Informatics Iv: From Quantum Information To Bio-Informatics

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  • ISBN-13: 9789814343756
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/27/2011
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface v

The QP-DYN Algorithms L. Accardi M. Regoli M. Ohya 1

Study of Transcriptional Regulatory Network Based on Cis Module Database S. Akasaka T. Urushibara T. Suzuki S. Miyazaki 17

On Lie Group-Lie Algebra Correspondences of Unitary Groups in Finite von Neumann Algebras H. Ando I. Ojima Y. Matsuzawa 29

On a General Form of Time Operators of a Hmiltonian with Purely Discrete Spectrum A. Arai 41

Quantum Uncertainty and Decision-making in Game Theory M. Asano M. Ohya Y. Tanaka A. Khrennikov I. Basieva 51

New Types of Quantum Entropies and Additive Information Capacities V. P. Belavkin 61

Non-Markovian Dynamics of Quantum Systems D. Chruściński A. Kossakowski 91

Self-collapses of Quantum Systems and Brain Activities K.-H. Fichtner L. Fichtner W. Freudenberg M. Ohya 101

Statistical Analysis of Random Number Generators L. Accardi M. Gäbler 117

Entangled Effects of Two Consecutive Pairs in Residues and Its Use in Alignment T. Hara K. Sato M. Ohya 129

The Passage from Digital to Analogue in White Noise Analysis and Applications T. Hida 137

Remarks on the Degree of Entanglement D. Chruściński Y. Hirota T. Matsuoka M. Ohya 145

A Completely Discrete Particle Model Derived from a Stochastic Partial Differential Equation by Point Systems K.-H. Fichtner K. Inoue M. Ohya 157

On Quantum Algorithm for Exptime Problem S. Iriyama M. Ohya 173

On Sufficient Algebraic Conditions for Identification of Quantum States A. Jamiolkowski 185

Concurrence and Its Estimations by Entanglement Witnesses J. Jurkowski 199

Classical Wave Model of Quantum-like Processing in Brain A. Khrennikov 209

Entanglement Mapping vs. Quantum Conditional Probability Operator D. Chruściński A. Kossakowski T. Matsuoka M. Ohya 223

Constructing Multipartite Entanglement Witnesses M. Michalski 237

On Kadison-Schwarz Property of Quantum Quadratic Operators on M2(C) F. Mukhamedov A. Abduganiev 255

On Phase Transitions in Quantum Markov Chains on Cayley Tree L. Accardi F. Mukhamedov M. Saburov 267

Space(-Time) Emergence as Symmetry Breaking Effect I. Ojima 279

Use of Cryptographic Ideas to Interpret Biological Phenomena (and Vice Versa) M. Regoli 291

Discrete Approximation to Operators in White Noise Analysis Si Si 311

Bogoliubov Type Equations via Infinite-dimensional Equations for Measures V. V. Kozlov O. G. Smolyanov 321

Analysis of Several Categorical Data Using Measure of Proportional Reduction in Variation K. Yamamoto K. Tahata N. Miyamoto S. Tomizawa 339

The Electron Reservoir Hypothesis for Two-dimensional Electron Systems K. Yamada T. Uchida M. Fujita H. Koizumi T. Toyoda 355

On the Correspondence between Newtonian and Functional Mechanics E. V. Piskovskiy I. V. Volovich 363

Quantile-Quantile Plots: An Approach for the Inter-species Comparison of Promoter Architecture in Eukaryotes K. Feldmeier J. Kilian K. Harter D. Wanke K. W. Berendzen 373

Entropy Type Complexities in Quantum Dynamical Processes N. Watanable 387

A Fair Sampling Test for Ekert Protocol G. Adenier A. Yu. Khrennikov N. Watanable 403

Brownian Dynamics Simulation of Macromolecule Diffusion in a Protocell T. Ando J. Skolnick 413

Signaling Network of Envitonmental Sensing and Adaptation in Plants: Key Roles of Calcium Ion K. Kuchitsu T. Kurusu 427

NetzCope: A Tool for Displaying and Analyzing Complex Networks M. J. Barber L. Streit O. Strogan 437

Study of HIV-1 Evolution by Coding Theory and Entropic Chaos Degree K. Sato 451

The Prediction of Botulinum Toxin Structure Based on in Silico and in Vitro Analysis T. Suzuki S. Miyazaki 461

On the Mechanism of D-wave High Tc Superconductivity by the Interplay of Jahn-Teller Physics and Mott Physics H. Ushio S. Matsuno H. Kamimura 469

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