Automated self-assembly programming paradigm
Li, Lin (2008) Automated self-assembly programming paradigm. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Self-assembly is a ubiquitous process in nature in which a disordered set of components autonomously assemble into a complex and more ordered structure. Components interact with each other without the presence of central control or external intervention. Self-assembly is a rapidly growing research topic and has been studied in various domains including nano-science and technology, robotics, micro-electro-mechanical systems, etc. Software self-assembly, on the other hand, has been lacking in research efforts.
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