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Information Technology of Concept Design of Biosensors

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  • Astrakhan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Russia, 414000, Astrakhan, 18, Tatischevast, Russian Federation

Abstract


Objectives: This paper expresses a new technology of conceptual design of biosensors. The technology is according to the energy-information patterns of various physical nature chains. Methods: The primary advantage of the conceptual design is that it concentrates the R & D in the desired direction and thus saves resources on the stage of the experimental phase. Also, knowledge bases (KB) are created at this juncture. This KB assists designers to made effective decisions in the design of biosensors in the design early levels. Finding: The mains of the organization of the automated method of the conceptual pattern of biosensors and model of two knowledge bases (KB) are described here. Bases consist of the 1-st - a knowledge base of the immobilized biologic elements (bio receptor) and the 2-nd KB - about the models of chains and physical-technical effects of different physical nature, which underlies principle of transducers action. It is planned to utilize energy-information patterns of chains (EIMС) for the organization of the 2nd KB. It allows describing the different processes by the same type of equations, invariant to the physical nature. Conclusion: The paper presents a model of several circuits: electrical, magnetic, mechanical, thermal, diffusion, moisture. Also, the article includes a list of physical and technical effects (PTE), which underlies the operating principle of transducers.

Keywords

Biosensor, Conceptual Design, Effects of Physical, Energy-Informational Model of Circuits (EIMC), Knowledge Database

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