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By Russell Deaton, Akira Suyama

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the fifteenth foreign assembly on DNA Computing, DNA15, held in Fayetteville, AR, united states, in June 2009. The sixteen revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development from 38 submissions. The papers function present interdisciplinary study in molecular-scale manipulation of topic - particularly, implementation of nanoscale computation and programmed meeting of fabrics are of curiosity, hence reflecting a broader scope past DNA-based nanotechnology and computation.

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DNA Computing: 15th International Meeting on DNA Computing, DNA 15, Fayetteville, AR, USA, June 8-11, 2009. Revised Selected Papers

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-conference court cases of the fifteenth foreign assembly on DNA Computing, DNA15, held in Fayetteville, AR, united states, in June 2009. The sixteen revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously chosen in the course of rounds of reviewing and development from 38 submissions.

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Let α be an assembly and B ⊆ Z2 . α restricted to B, written as α B, is the unique assembly satisfying (α B) α, and dom (α B) = B. If π is a sequence over Z2 (such as a path), then we write α π to mean α restricted to the set of 38 D. J. M. Summers points in π. If A ⊆ dom α, we write α \ A = α (dom α − A). If 0 = v ∈ Z2 , then the translation of α by v is defined as the assembly (α + v) satisfying, for all a ∈ Z2 , (α + v)(a) = α(a) if a − v ∈ dom α, and undefined otherwise. A grid graph is a graph G = (V, E) in which V ⊆ Z2 and every edge {a, b} ∈ E has the property that a − b ∈ U2 .

Let α ∈ A[T ]. We say that the finite closure of α is the unique assembly F (α ) satisfying F (α ), and 1. α 2. dom F (α ) is the set of all points x ∈ Z2 such that every infinite simple path in the binding graph Gα containing x intersects dom α . Intuitively, this means that if we extend α by only those “portions” that will eventually stop growing, the finite closure is the super-assembly that will be produced. That is, any attempt to “leave” α through the finite closure and go infinitely far will eventually run into α again.

In subsequent sections of this paper, we assume that τ = 1 unless explicitly stated otherwise. An assembly sequence in a TAS T = (T, σ, 1) is a (possibly infinite) sequence α = (αi | 0 ≤ i < k) of assemblies in which α0 = σ and each αi+1 is obtained from αi by the “τ -stable” addition of a single tile. The result of an assembly sequence α is the unique assembly res(α) satisfying dom res(α) = 0≤i

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