Computational Matter

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Computational Matter. / Stepney, Susan (Editor); Rasmussen, Steen (Editor); Amos, Martyn (Editor).

Springer, 2018. 348 p. (Natural Computing ).

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Harvard

Stepney, S, Rasmussen, S & Amos, M (eds) 2018, Computational Matter. Natural Computing , Springer.

APA

Stepney, S., Rasmussen, S., & Amos, M. (Eds.) (2018). Computational Matter. (Natural Computing ). Springer.

Vancouver

Stepney S, (ed.), Rasmussen S, (ed.), Amos M, (ed.). Computational Matter. Springer, 2018. 348 p. (Natural Computing ).

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Stepney, Susan (Editor) ; Rasmussen, Steen (Editor) ; Amos, Martyn (Editor). / Computational Matter. Springer, 2018. 348 p. (Natural Computing ).

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