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June 9th, 2005

Journey into Nanohousing - Information Integration of the Future

The focus of this article is to present and discuss the fundamentals of DNA computing power and to bridge the gap into a futuristic look at Information Integration in the Nanotech world. Future articles will venture ever further into speculation about a Nanohousing device: what the models look like, what the technology looks like to build the models and how information (both data and programmatic functions) are necessary to manage the ultimate analytical engine. These are based on bio-mechanical DNA structures. This article is focused on the abstraction of DNA computing power used to produce the world’s first Nanohouse—an integrated data store combined with functionality and recognition, inclusive of abilities to attach, detach (self-assemble, break-down, score) nodes inside of a massively parallel computing tree.


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