Addressable Procedures for Logic and Arithmetic Operations with DNA Strands

  title={Addressable Procedures for Logic and Arithmetic Operations with DNA Strands},
  author={Akihiro Fujiwara and Ken-ichi Matsumoto and Wei Chen},
In this paper, we consider addressable procedures with DNA strands for logic and arithmetic operations. Using a theoretical model for DNA computing, we first show a DNA representation of binary numbers of bits, and propose a procedure to assign values for the representation. The procedure is applicable to binary numbers of bits in lab steps in parallel. Next, we propose a procedure for logic operations. The procedure enables any boolean operation whose input and output are defined by a truth… CONTINUE READING

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