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Synthesis of digital microfluidic biochips (DMFBs) is a crucial to the advancement and realization of miniaturized, automated, programmable biochemistry solutions; synthesis is performed in three steps: scheduling, placement and routing. In principle, algorithms for specific steps should be interchangeable with one another; however, different research(More)
This paper describes a publicly available, open source software framework designed to support research efforts on algorithms and control for digital microfluidic biochips (DMFBs), an emerging laboratory-ona-chip (LoC) technology. The framework consists of two parts: a compiler, which converts an assay, specified using the BioCoder language, into a sequence(More)
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