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*'''[[:Category:DNA computing|DNA computing]]''' - a type of computing which uses DNA and biochemistry instead of silicon to perform calculations
 
*'''[[:Category:DNA computing|DNA computing]]''' - a type of computing which uses DNA and biochemistry instead of silicon to perform calculations
 
*'''[[:Category:High performance computing|High performance computing]]''' - or HPC, the use of supercomputers or computer clusters to solve complex problems
 
*'''[[:Category:High performance computing|High performance computing]]''' - or HPC, the use of supercomputers or computer clusters to solve complex problems
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*'''[[:Category:Mobile computing|Mobile computing]]''' - lightweight computers that can be moved from place to place
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*'''[[:Category:Optical computing|Optical computing]]''' - the use of photons or light particles in the place of electrons to move information
  
 
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Revision as of 18:39, 31 January 2013

A 1960 photo of The United Kingdom EMIDEC

Various types of computing such as high performance, mobile and optical computing

Subcategories

  • DNA computing - a type of computing which uses DNA and biochemistry instead of silicon to perform calculations
  • High performance computing - or HPC, the use of supercomputers or computer clusters to solve complex problems
  • Mobile computing - lightweight computers that can be moved from place to place
  • Optical computing - the use of photons or light particles in the place of electrons to move information