DOI:10.20894/IJCOA.
Periodicity: Bi Annual.
Impact Factor:
SJIF:5.079 & GIF:0.416
Submission:Any Time
Publisher: IIR Groups
Language: English
Review Process:
Double Blinded

News and Updates

Author can submit their paper through online submission. Click here

Paper Submission -> Blind Peer Review Process -> Acceptance -> Publication.

On an average time is 3 to 5 days from submission to first decision of manuscripts.

Double blind review and Plagiarism report ensure the originality

IJCOA provides online manuscript tracking system.

Every issue of Journal of IJCOA is available online from volume 1 issue 1 to the latest published issue with month and year.

Paper Submission:
Any Time
Review process:
One to Two week
Journal Publication:
June / December

IJCOA special issue invites the papers from the NATIONAL CONFERENCE, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, SEMINAR conducted by colleges, university, etc. The Group of paper will accept with some concession and will publish in IJCOA website. For complete procedure, contact us at admin@iirgroups.org

Paper Template
Copyright Form
Subscription Form
web counter
web counter
Published in:   Vol. 3 Issue 3 Date of Publication:   December 2014

Recent Advancements in DNA Computing

M.Arumai Selvam,S.Suganya

Page(s):   269-270 ISSN:   2278-2397
DOI:   10.20894/IJCOA.101.003.003.027 Publisher:   Integrated Intelligent Research (IIR)

Generally,the computer systems are made up of silicon-based computer technologies. In DNA computing, it is based on the computing techniques of DNA, biochemistry and molecular biology, instead of traditional silicon-based computer technology. Initially,Adleman computed an experiment which instances the Hamiltonian path problem with DNA test tubes in 1994. Then he computed further research on computation with molecular means in theoretical computer science. DNA computing has vast parallelism and high-density storage to solve many problems. Also, DNA has explored as an excellent material and a fundamental building block for developing large scale nanostructures, constructing individual nanomechanical devices, and performing computations. The input and output information will be in the molecular form which is demonstrated by molecular-scale autonomous programmable computers. This paper deals with the review of future advancements in DNA computing and challenges for researchers in future.