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DNA (Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid) computing, also known as molecular computing is a new approach to massively parallel computation based on groundbreaking work by Adleman. DNA computing was proposed as a means of solving a class of intractable computational problems in which the computing time can grow exponentially with problem size (the ‘NP-complete’ or non-deterministic polynomial time complete problems).
DNA Computing Seminar Report
Page Length : 29
- History & Motivation
- DNA Fundamentals
- Principles of DNA Computing
- Example of DNA Computing : The Hamiltonian Path Problem
- Present & Future DNA Computer
DNA Computing Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 16
- Need for DNA Computing
- Limitations / Current Problems
- Applications of DNA Computing
- Advantages of DNA Computing
- Disadvantages of DNA Computing
- Why don’t we see DNA computers everywhere?
- The Future!