DNA computing


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DNA computing

n.
Molecular computing using DNA molecules.
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For example, inspired from the double helix structure and complementary base pairing rule of DNA, Adleman proposed DNA Computing [20]; inspired from the structure of biological cells and the cooperation among different cells, Paun presented the concept of Membrane Computing [21]; inspired from the immune mechanism of biological immune system, Bersini and Varela firstly proposed an Artificial Immune System based method to deal with real-world problems [22].
Meanwhile, DNA computing has been of great concern recently.
DNA computing is a novel computational model which is based on some vital chemical reaction.
Suresh Senapaty, executive director and CFO, Wipro, speaking on 'Digital India: Global Impact' presented glimpses into the future world of technology, and highlighted the following new trends -- DNA computing (using DNA logic gates); Artificial Intelligence; the Internet of Things, 3D Manufacturing and Hydraulic Fracturing.
There is in fact another method of DNA computing, known as the sticker systems.
As traditional cryptographic methods built upon mathematical and theoretical models are vulnerable to attacks, the concept of using DNA computing in the field of cryptography has been identified as a possible technology that brings forward a new hope for unbreakable algorithms.
Xing Wang and Qiang Zhang, DNA computing based Cryptography, Fourth International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing, 2009.
Tenth International Meeting on DNA Computing (DNA10), Milano, Italy.
Although DNA has been used for encryption in the past, this is the first experimental demonstration of a molecular cryptosystem of images based on DNA computing.
The work is divided into sections covering the principles and techniques of Kansei and the measurement and analysis of its implementation and effectiveness, while individual essays discuss such topics as soft computing, text mining, DNA computing, fuzzy logic, music and Kansei, robot facial expression applications, salivary biomarkers and artificial intelligence development.
DNA computing was introduced by Adleman in 1994 who has explained how to use biological tools to solve NP-Complete problems [1, 8].
DNA computing is currently one of the fastest growing fields in both Computer Science and Biology, and its future looks extremely promising.