Congratulations to Dr. Winslow and his student researchers whose paper Vertex Unfoldings of Orthogonal Polyhedra: Positive, Negative, and Inconclusive Results, will be appearing in the 2018 Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry. The authors are Luis A. Garcia, Andres Gutierrez, and Isaac Ruiz.
The paper “Self-Assembly of Shapes at Constant Scale using Repulsive Forces” that appeared in UCNC 2017, has been accepted in the special issue of Natural Computing. This version includes a lot of additional material related to the construction steps. The authors are Austin Luchsinger, Robert Schweller, and Tim Wylie.
For the past few years, our large software projects have lived in github under different personal accounts. We have finally set up ASARG as an organization and all our projects live together. For an overview, see the Software page. The github page is here: https://github.com/asarg/.
We’re just now getting around to updating the website with many of the projects we have going on. A software page has been added that we we begin outlining some of the simulators we have that are open source and publicly available.
The paper “Optimal Staged Self-Assembly of Linear Assemblies” was accepted into the Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation (UCNC’18) which will be in France this Summer. https://ucnc2018.lacl.fr/
The journal version of “Verification in Staged Tile Self-Assembly” was accepted for publication in Natural Computing. The conference version was published in UCNC 2017 last year. The authors are Robert Schweller, Andrew Winslow, and Tim Wylie.
The extended journal version of “Optimal Staged Self-Assembly of General Shapes” has finally been published in Algorithmica. It was accepted and has been online since May 2017 here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00453-017-0318-0.
This is the new website and domain. Things may be changing for a while as we get all the content up here.