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February 24th, 2007
Indian, US scientists discuss nano computing at Agra
Scores of eminent scientists from India and the US discussed several key issues in the field of nano computing at the Indo-US Shared Vision Workshop on soft, quantum and nano computing being held here.
The workshop, held at the Dayalbagh Educational Institute, began Friday with a talk by Nikhil Ranjan Pal, professor at the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He spoke on 'Fuzzy Rule Based Systems: Applications, Design Issues, Solutions and Open Problems: Where do we stand?'.
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