DNA computing


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DNA computing

n.
Molecular computing using DNA molecules.
The manipulation of data represented by strings of DNA base pairs instead of binary digits, with calculations carried out by common manipulations—e.g., combining, copying, and extracting strands
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Although the example may not really bring to the fore the great advantage DNA computing provides, namely parallelism, it is not difficult to envisage two or more Petri nets running in parallel and interacting amongst each other (e.
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A group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has adopted an alternative approach to reduce the errors in DNA computing.
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The DNA computing field was initially developed by "Leonard Adleman" of the University of Southern California.
The team went on to set up more complicated queries involving multiple rules and facts, and the DNA computing devices were able to deduce the correct answers every time.
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Here consultant Waldner surveys the next generation, including quantum computing, nanotubes in molecular transistors and DNA computing.
Another potential benefit of DNA computing is performing calculations in parallel vs.