MARIUS BULIGA 

RIGHT NOW: working on deferred groups (aka groups are all the same), emergent algebra, recursive(?) statistics, hamiltonians with dissipation, thermodynamics, damage. (Names may change.)  
See down the page for past/present published work and research subjects.  
 
CLAIM: It is possible to build molecular computers, in a new way. For the experts: I believe there exists an encoding of chemlambda molecules, in such a way that the chemlambda model can be realized via real chemistry. Public resources are Chemlambda strings and the paired needs repository.  
ABOUT ME: I practice Open Science. Really open.


VALIDATION vs PEERREVIEW: There is no rational doubt that it is technically possible to replace peerreview, which is a social form of validation, by a more rigorous version: give all to the reader, proofs, programs, data and let the reader form an opinion based on that. As an example is this experimental GitHub article which "runs in the browser" and comes with all means for validation: Molecular computers. That is why I believe that GitHub, as a (temporary) example, already answered, in principle, to the question: how will we collaborate, communicate, do research in the Net era?  
I signed the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), as well as The Cost of Knowledge.  
If you care about which licence to use for your work, then CC BY 4.0 International is a good choice, because it forbids downstream restrictions on the dissemination of your work. Any licence which does the same is as good as this one. Truth is that licences become less important than DRM, which controls the ways the reader has access to the licensed work.  
MORE: I have a Habilitation à diriger des recherches en Sciences Mathématiques (download the thesis), (diploma scan), USTL (Lille I), France (2007). See also my Scholar profile.  
RESEARCH SUBJECTS  
RECENT ARTICLES  
(working version) Open Science and Open Access, version 25.09.2017 (2017) 

(DOI) The Chemlambda collection of simulations (2017) 

(arxiv)  Geometric Ruzsa triangle inequality in metric spaces with dilations. (updated 2016) 

(GitHub) Turing machines, chemlambda style (2015) 

(GitHub) Molecular computers (2015) 

(MIT Press free download) (arxiv)  Chemlambda, universality and selfmultiplication. 8 pages, 21 colour figures. with Louis H. Kauffman, presented at ALIFE 14 

(arxiv)  GLC actors, artificial chemical connectomes, topological issues and knots. with Louis H. Kauffman 

(arxiv)  Origin of emergent algebras. 

(arxiv)  On graphic lambda calculus and the dual of the graphic beta move. 

(arxiv)  Graphic lambda calculus and knot diagrams, see also the posts under the tag graphic lambda calculus at chorasimilarity. 

(arxiv)  Local and global moves on locally planar trivalent graphs, lambda calculus and lambdaScale 

(arxiv)  Subriemannian geometry from intrinsic viewpoint, Course notes, based mainly on A characterization..., for a course at CIMPA research
school on subriemannian geometry (2012) 

(arxiv)  LambdaScale, a lambda calculus for spaces with dilations (update 23.05.2012), see also the posts at chorasimilarity 

(arxiv)  Emergent algebras 

(arxiv)  Maps of metric
spaces, slightly edited appendix of Computing with space..., see also these slides of the talk "Noneuclidean analysis of dilation structures" 

(arxiv)  Normed groupoids
with dilations, improved version of Deformations of normed groupoids 

(arxiv) Computing with space: a tangle formalism for
chora and difference 

(book chapter)(arxiv) Braided spaces with dilations and
subriemannian symmetric spaces. in: Geometry. Exploratory Workshop on Differential Geometry and its
Applications, eds. D. Andrica, S. Moroianu, ClujNapoca 2011, 2135 

(arxiv) (FQXi essay)  More than discrete or continuous: a bird's view 

(arxiv)  Boring mathematics, artistes pompiers and impressionists 

(arxiv)  What is a space? Computations in emergent algebras and the front end visual system 

(arxiv)  Introduction to metric spaces with dilations 
