Best Reference Books – Bio Inspired Design

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Bio Inspired Design subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Bio Inspired Design along with reviews.

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1. “Bio-Inspired Computing and Communication” by Pietro Lio and Eiko Yoneki

“Bio-Inspired Computing and Communication” Book Review: This book includes the papers from BIOWIRE workshop, which took place at the University of Cambridge during April 2–5, 2007. The purpose of the workshop was to present, discuss and explore the recent developments in the field of bio-inspired design of networks. Special focus was put on wireless networks and the self-organizing properties of biological networks. Some of the significant topics covered are self-organized communication networks in insects, neuronal communications, bio-computing, epidemiology, and many more. The aim of the workshop(covered in this book) is to balance the knowledge sharing among scientists with expertise in the application domain and those with expertise in the methodology domain. The book also discusses topics like network theory and wireless and sensorial networks.

2. “Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems” by Gianni A Di Caro and Guy Theraulaz

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“Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems” Book Review: This book holds papers from 7th International Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information and Computing Systems (Bionetics 2012), held in Lugano, Switzerland, in December 2012. These papers have been carefully reviewed from numerous submissions. It spans areas such as networking, robotics and neural networks, molecular scale and bioinformatics, optimization. Bio-inspired modeling in various fields has been discussed. A Mathematical Model for the Analysis of the Johnson-Nyquist Thermal Noise on the Reliability in Nano-Communications has been proposed. A Distributed Multi-level PSO Control Algorithm for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles has been given. Bioinspired Obstacle Avoidance Algorithms for Robot Swarms have also been given. These are only some of the multiple highlights in this book.

3. “Bio–Nanomaterials: Designing Materials Inspired by Nature” by Wolfgang Pompe and Gerhard Rödel

“Bio–Nanomaterials: Designing Materials Inspired by Nature” Book Review: This book is for people who are interested in new nano-materials processing inspired by nature. Each selection and description has been motivated by particular biological case studies. It gives information about well characterized natural biomolecules as well as tailored recombinant proteins and tailored microorganisms obtained by genetic engineering. These help in enforcement of biological structures in a technical environment. Examples for applying the principle to materials processing have been given. The chapters have been backed by a selection of relevant experimental and theoretical techniques.

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4. “Engineering Self-Organising Systems: Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering” by Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo and Anthony Karageorgos

“Engineering Self-Organising Systems: Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering” Book Review: The aim of this book is to survey natural and Artificial complex systems exhibiting emergent behaviour. It also outlines the mechanisms enabling such behaviours. It deals with the self-organized engineering applications, designed to achieve robustness and adaptability. The applications in this book have been inspired by instances of self-organisation from nature such as ants food foraging, molecules formation and antibodies detection. These applications function without central control, but through contextual local interactions. This book covers chapters on Natural Metaphors, Artificial Interaction Mechanisms, Middleware and Methods and Tools.

5. “Bioinspired Computation in Combinatorial Optimization: Algorithms and Their Computational Complexity (Natural Computing Series)” by Carsten Witt and Frank Neumann

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“Bioinspired Computation in Combinatorial Optimization: Algorithms and Their Computational Complexity (Natural Computing Series)” Book Review: The book studies the computational complexity of bioinspired computation. It shows how runtime behavior can be analyzed by algorithms such as minimum spanning trees, shortest paths, maximum matching, covering and scheduling problems. The theory covers significant developments in the field over the last decade.. It treats single and multi objective problems separately. It provides a comprehensive treatment of evolutionary algorithms and ant colony optimization. In terms of both the results obtained and the analytical methods, this book can be consulted by graduate and advanced UG students, researchers and practitioners alike.

6. “Bioinspired Computation in Artificial Systems: International Work-Conference on the Interplay” by Félix de la Paz López and José Manuel Ferrández Vicente

“Bioinspired Computation in Artificial Systems: International Work-Conference on the Interplay” Book Review: This book constitutes proceedings from International Work-Conference on the Interplay Between Natural and Artificial Computation, IWINAC 2015, held in Elche, Spain, in June 2015. The papers are distributed in two volumes. One addresses the areas of artificial computation and biology and medicine. This includes topics such as computational neuroscience, neural coding, neuro-informatics, etc. The second one deals with bioinspired computation in artificial systems. This volume covers topics of bio-inspired circuits and mechanisms, bioinspired programming strategies, and bioinspired engineering. From a hundred and ninety submissions, responses from one hundred and three were selected for this book.

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