Molecular Stochastics: A Study of Direct Production of Stochastic Sequences from Transducers.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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Molecular Stochastics is an extension of stochastic computing. The main concern of Molecular Stochastics is the generation of stochastic sequences that are used as the encoded information in stochastic computing. Also, these stochastic sequences in order to have meaning should be dependent upon some physical parameter of interest such as temperature. Thus, the problem is constructing a transducer which outputs a stochastic sequence that varies with respect to a physical parameter. The paper presents the necessary theory along with a discussion of a number of noise sources. These sections imply a number of transducers which were constructed and tested. The data was then compared with the result predicted by the theory.
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods