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By Satoshi Murata, Satoshi Kobayashi

This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the twentieth foreign convention on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, DNA 20, held in Kyoto, Japan, in September 2014. the ten complete papers offered have been rigorously chosen from fifty five submissions. The papers are equipped in lots of disciplines (including arithmetic, laptop technological know-how, physics, chemistry, fabric technological know-how and biology) to handle the research, layout, and synthesis of information-based molecular systems.

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Jonoska, N. ) UCNC 2012. LNCS, vol. 7445, pp. 34–62. Springer, Heidelberg (2012) 9. : Algorithmic Self-Assembly of DNA. PhD thesis, California Institute of Technology (June 1998) 10. : Intrinsic universality and the computational power of self-assembly. In: MCU: Proceedings of Machines, Computations and Universality, September 9-12. Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science, vol. 128, pp. 16–22 (2013) 11. : Active self-assembly of algorithmic shapes and patterns in polylogarithmic time.

First, in the → → case of no movement we have − u =− u . Thus we have a rule of the form r = → − → − (s1, s2, b, u ) → (s1 , s2 , b , u ), where the monomer pair may change state (s1 = s1 and/or s2 = s2 ) and/or change bond (b = b ), examples are shown in Figure 1(b). If si ∈ {s1, s2} is empty and si is not, then the rule is said to induce the appearance of a new monomer at the empty location. If one or both monomer states go from non-empty to empty, the rule induces the disappearance of one or → → both monomers.

Figure 3 shows a simple example construction using only local rules, while Figure 2 gives two examples of agitation. The model uses a two-dimensional triangular grid with a coordinate system using axes x and y as shown in Figure 1(a). A third axis, w, is defined as running → → → through the origin and − w = −− x +− y = (−1, 1), but we use only the x and y → → → coordinates to define position. The axial directions D = {±− x , ±− y , ±− w } are → − 2 the unit vectors along axes x, y, w. A pair p ∈ Z is called a grid point and has → → → the set of six neighbors {− p +− u |− u ∈ D}.

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