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Checkpointing of Rectilinear Growth in DNA Self-Assembly

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Checkpointing of Rectilinear Growth in DNA Self-Assembly
Error detection/correction techniques have been advocated for algorithmic self-assembly. Under rectilinear growth, it requires only two additional tiles, generally referred to as Isolation tiles. This process can be effectively utilized for checkpointing and is analyzed in this paper self-assembly. Initially, the physical framework (and related features) for the removal of the erroneous sections of an assembly is outlined. A novel Markov based model is presented to establish the optimal rate of checkpointing and assess its performance versus other error tolerant techniques that utilize redundancy. Simulation results are provided.
Stephen Frechette, Yong-Bin Kim, Fabrizio Lombardi
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DFT
Authors Stephen Frechette, Yong-Bin Kim, Fabrizio Lombardi
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