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|Quote (damitall @ Nov. 23 2012,18:11)|
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Nov. 23 2012,09:26)|
|Quote (k.e.. @ Nov. 23 2012,08:25)|
|keep googling troll|
I was refreshing my memory. Still did not run across the list of papers pertaining to molecular intelligence, but found this one:
Solving Traveling Salesman Problems Using Molecular Programming
Note: Solving a Traveling Salesman Problem is a "programming" challenge, not an indicator of "intelligence".
What, you mean like making virtual critters move towards targets on a monitor screen?
He's the classic fundy marksman.
Shoots at a barn wall then goes over and draws a bullseye on the hole.
That paper has nothing to do with 'molecular' intelligence or much to do with the TSP.
They are using a GA for small scale analysis of hydrogen bonds in DNA because the TSP looks a bit like the math involved in the bonds.
Something I'm pretty sure Gary doesn't understand.
Gary please explain how the TSP relates to hydrogen bonds.
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