INTRODUCTION TO DNA COMPUTER

Jul 7th, 2015
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Computer chip manufactures are furiously racing to make the next microprocessor that will topple speed records. Sooner or later, though, this competition is bound to hit a wall. Microprocessor made of silicon will eventually reach their limits of speed and miniaturization. Chip makers need a new material to produce faster computing speeds. You won’t believe where scientists have found the new material they need to build the next generation of microprocessors. Millions of natural supercomputers exist inside living organisms, including your living body.

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BEYOND SILICON COMPUTING AUTHORS:JIGAR PUROHIT (03CE117)GUNJAN DHOLAKIYA(03CE116) INSTITUE: CHAROTAR INSTITUE OF TECHNOLOGY (CITC)ABSTRACTEverything looks good when it is mounted on a chip.To challenge the limits of speed and miniaturization scientists of silicon chip the bio-chip has been invented and made up of DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid). The function of 0s and 1s are done by the specified combinations of the four nucleotides. Their speed is billion times faster. As its processing is parallel and not serial it can compute problem with large possibilities much faster. With application in various fields of genetics basically DNA recognition as well as chemistry development of medicines and detecting diseases it has more utilities.INDEX1) INTRODUCTION TO DNA COMPUTER 4 2) HAMILTON PATH PROBLEM 5 3) WORKING OF DNA 74) PROGRAMMING OF PROBLEM USING DNA________________________ 95) APPLICATION 156) EFFICIENCY__________________________________

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