If you don't know anything about Bloom Filters, please attend, listen, and contribute to the discussion after my quick ramp-up talk (15-20 minutes).
The discussion (45 minutes to 1:30 depending on what comes up) after my talk about how people in the group are already using this or might have thought of uses based on the talk.
You can find out about Bloom Filters by looking at the Wikipedia article.
Hopefully I'll learn about biological computation applications from the group. :-)
Todd Bezenek, E.I.T.
Computer Scientist and Principle [sic (http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/principal-versus-principle.aspx)] Engineer The Omnifid.us (http://omnifid.us/) Project
When you're in space, all you really want is air.
Shabnam is also giving a short introduction on an application in DNA sequencing, so that we have the biological angle covered.