Matthias Bechmann, John A. Clark, Angelika Sebald, Susan Stepney.
Unentangling nuclear magnetic resonance computing.

In Unconventional Computing 2007, Bristol, UK, July 2007 . pp1-18. Luniver Press 2007


Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is typically thought of as a possible technology for quantum computation. Here we instead outline how commercially available NMR spectrometers could be used to perform non-quantum computation: from addressable 3D memory, to a programmable 3D reaction-diffusion computer.

  author = "Matthias Bechmann and John A. Clark and Angelika Sebald and Susan Stepney",
  title = "Unentangling nuclear magnetic resonance computing",
  pages = "1--18",
  crossref = "UC07"

  title = "Unconventional Computing 2007, Bristol, UK, July 2007",
  booktitle = "Unconventional Computing 2007, Bristol, UK, July 2007",
  editors = "A. Adamatzky and L. Bull and B. De Lacy Costello
             and Susan Stepney and C. Teuscher",
  publisher = "Luniver Press",
  year = 2007