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Different nanostructures, electronic nanodevices, nanoresonators, nanoswitches and other devices have been devised, designed and fabricated using carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes are among the promising carbon-based solutions that have been attracted a significant attention in last years. This paper examines important problems in carbon nanotubes analysis, classification and characterization using experimental data. In particular, we classify carbon nanotubes as metallic, semimetallic and semiconducting. Using Raman spectroscopy results, carbon nanotubes are characterized. The computationally-efficient, user-friendly and interactive computer-aided design tools in computational nanotechnologies are under the development by microsystems and nanotechnologies company.