Computational Science is the area that tries to understand how information is processed in natural settings through the study of a large variety of dynamic multi-scale complex systems with a focus on – but not limited to – biomedicine. An example is the spreading of the HIV virus: many processes on a large range of spatiotemporal scales play a role, from the molecular scale (e.g. the details of the entry of the virus into a cell) to the organism level (the sequence of events leading from an initial infection to the development of AIDS, and medication to keep the infection under control), and even to the population level (the actual spreading of the virus).
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