In a system for identifying each member, an identifier is assigned to it. Nature also attributes to any living creature an identifier known as DNA. As a result, obtaining DNA of an organism is one of the most important ways to know that living organism.
The ideal way to get DNA is to have devices that receive a cell from an organism as an input and give us the DNA strand. But such technology is not available at the moment. Current devices give us discontinuous patches of DNA as output. In the assembly of the genome, the goal of obtaining the main DNA strand is to assemble these pieces.
In this presentation, we will review the history of the methods presented in this regard. We present a suggestion for improving these methods.