Asynchronous signal Passing for Tile Self-assembly: Fuel Efficient Computation and Efficient assembly of Shapes

@article{Padilla2014AsynchronousSP,
  title={Asynchronous signal Passing for Tile Self-assembly: Fuel Efficient Computation and Efficient assembly of Shapes},
  author={Jennifer E. Padilla and Matthew J. Patitz and Robert T. Schweller and Nadrian C. Seeman and Scott M. Summers and Xingsi Zhong},
  journal={Int. J. Found. Comput. Sci.},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={459-488}
}
In this paper we study the power of a model of tile self-assembly in which individual tiles of the system have the ability to turn on or off glue types based on the bonding of other glues on the given tile. This work is motivated by the desire for a system that can effect recursive self assembly, and is guided by the consideration of a DNA origami implementation of four-sided tiles which have a small set of queued up reactions based on DNA strand replacement. We formulate the Signal passing… CONTINUE READING
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