Recent research in nanotechnology is opening exciting new avenues not only for understanding the human body but also for creating devices that can effectively interact with it to alleviate the effects of disease. These new developments present both challenges and opportunities for adaptation of existing methodologies to create new approaches for analysis and modeling of nanotechnology-based systems. The concept of continuous chaotic modeling presents an avenue for a paradigm shift away from traditional digital computing to take advantage of analog models that are more compatible with biological systems. The theoretical basis of continuous chaotic modeling is summarized, followed by illustrations of applications of this methodology.
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