Building functional nanoscale devices with defective components

Gina Miller writes "A story on thePhysical Review web site focuses on research reported in the 8 July print issue of PRL that uses statistical physics techniques to find the optimum technique for building functional devices from nanoscale components that are known to contain a percentage of defective parts. The answer they found "is that no matter how many defective parts you have, it's best to take about half of them" to build your device."

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