My friend and me are working on DNA computing and on some improvements to it. Of course, we are working on computing aspects of this branch. So, we have insufficient knowledge about physics and chemical sides of that. We think at this time DNA computing has bin stop and has no new improvements. Because DNA computing method can increase parallelizing in computation. But we still have previous constraints like Newman and Turing architecture in joining forked parts of problems and so. Have you any hope in this method of computation? And at last which id the winner? DNA computing or Quantum computation?
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