I think it’s pretty clear already what the chemical concrete machine is and that’s a fair idea about the things it can do, in principle. It is time to prepare a more conservative presentation, aka an article or two, based on the list:
- Extreme functional programming done with biological computers
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (I)
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (II)
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (III)
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (IV)
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (V)
- Chemical concrete machine, detailed (VI)
- Local FAN-IN eliminates global FAN-OUT (I)
- Local FAN-IN eliminates GLOBAL FAN-OUT (II)
There are lots of other features which were not yet discussed here, as well as surprising paths which demand future investigations.
I need as much input as possible from those who are interested in this subject. Because there are many ways to tell a story, depending on the story teller and on the audience. As you know, I am a mathematician who wants to stir an interdisciplinary collaboration on this subject which seems to fall in the algorithmic chemistry or biological computing fields.
So I need help from you, in two directions:
- to calm down my math habits, for the sake of presenting a reasonably comprehensible story to non-mathematicians
- to tell me which parts need more development, which are more interesting, so to say.