Programmable pattern-formation and scaleindependence (2002)

by Radhika Nagpal
Venue:In Proc International Confernce on Complex Systems (ICCS
Citations:4 - 0 self

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A Robust Engineering Using Biologically-inspired Models of Cell Differentiation – Morphogenesis
21 C.: Programming methodology for biologically-inspired selfassembling systems – Radhika Nagpal, Attila Kondacs, Catherine Chang - 2003
1 Programmable Self-Assembly Using Biologically-Inspired – Multiagent Control Radhika, Radhika Nagpal - 2002
6 Biologically-inspired robust spatial programming – Jacob Beal, Gerald Sussman - 2005
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4 Biologically-Inspired Self-Assembly of Two-Dimensional Shapes Using Global-to-Local Compilation – Attila Kondacs
6 A catalog of biologically-inspired primitives for engineering self-organization. Engineering Self-Organising Systems: Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering (2003); 2977: 53–62 – Radhika Nagpal - 2004
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