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Traditional robots rely for their function on computing, to store internal representations of their goals and environment and to coordinate sensing and any actuation of components required in response. Moving robotics to the single-molecule level is possible in principle, but requires facing the limited ability of individual molecules to store complex(More)
We present the development of a new graphical user interface driven molecular modeling, editing and visualization tool called Tiamat. Tiamat addresses the challenge of how to efficiently model large and complex DNA nanostructures. We describe the three major components of our system. First, we discuss design guidelines and data structures that form the(More)
Introduction Consider a scheduling scenario in a furniture factory where two robotic agents work together to apply finish to custom table pieces. Robot A is set up to paint, while Robot B must apply varnish. Both actions take an uncertain amount of time due to physical variation in the size and shape of the table components. Painting takes around six(More)
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