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Self Assembly - SA
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    • Self-assembly is a process in which basic units aggregate under attractive forces to form larger compound structures. Recent theoretical work has shown that pseudo-crystalline self-assembly can be algorithmic, in the sense that complex logic can be programmed into the growth process (26). This theoretical work builds on the theory of twodimensional tilings (8), using rigid square tiles called Wang tiles (24) for the basic units of self-assembly, and leads to Turing-universal models such as the Tile Assembly Model (28)...

    Matthew Cooket al. Self-Assembled Circuit Patterns

    • Self-assembly (SA) is the process by which pre-existing molecular components, objects and devices spontaneously organize themselves into more ordered state in a discrete noncovalently bound patterns/structures without any external intervention. It is a fundamental process in nature that generates structural organization across all the scales, from molecules to galaxies...

    Naba K. Duttaet al. Self-Assembly and Supramolecular Assembly in Nanophase Separated Polym...

    • Self-assembly is a process in which small objects autonomously associate with each other to form larger complexes. It is ubiquitous in biological constructions at the cellular and molecular scale and has also been identified by nanoscientists as a fundamental method for building molecular scale structures. Recent years see convergent interest and efforts in studying self-assembly from mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, chemists, and biologists...

    John H. Reifet al. Complexity of Graph Self-assembly in Accretive Systems and Self-destru...

    • Self-assembly is a ubiquitous process by which objects autonomously assemble into complexes. In the context of computation, self-assembly is important to both DNA computing and amorphous computing. Thus a well developed mathematical theory of self-assembly will be useful in these and other domains...

    LEONARD ADLEMANet al. Linear Self-Assemblies: Equilibria, Entropy and Convergence Rates

    • Self-assembly is the spontaneous self-ordering of substructures into superstructures driven by the selective affinity of the substructures. DNA provides a molecular scale material for programmable self-assembly, using the selective affinity of pairs of DNA strands to form DNA nanostructures. DNA self-assembly is the most advanced and versatile system that has been experimentally demonstrated for programmable construction of patterned systems on the molecular scale...

    John H. Reifet al. Design, Simulation, and Experimental Demonstration of Self-assembled D...

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