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Rule-Based Programming of Molecular Robot Swarms for Biomedical Applications

Inbal Wiesel-Kapah, Gal A. Kaminka, Guy Hachmon, Noa Agmon, and Ido Bachelet. Rule-Based Programming of Molecular Robot Swarms for Biomedical Applications. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp. 3505–3512, 2016.

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Abstract

Molecular robots (nanobots) are being developed for biomedicalapplications, e.g., to deliver medications without worrying aboutside-effects. Future treatments will require swarms of heterogeneous nanobotsWe present a novel approach to generating such swarmsfrom a treatment program. A compiler translates medications, written in a rule-based language,into specifications of a swarm built by specializing generic nanobotplatforms to specific payloads and action-triggering behavior.The mixture of nanobots, when deployed, carries out the treatment program.We describe the medication programming language, and the associatedcompiler. We prove the validity of the compiler output,and report on in-vitro experiments using generated nanobot swarms.

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applications, e.g., to deliver medications without worrying about
side-effects. Future treatments will require swarms of heterogeneous nanobots
We present a novel approach to generating such swarms
from a treatment program. A compiler translates medications, written in a rule-based language,
into specifications of a swarm built by specializing generic nanobot
platforms to specific payloads and action-triggering behavior.
The mixture of nanobots, when deployed, carries out the treatment program.
We describe the medication programming language, and the associated
compiler. We prove the validity of the compiler output,
and report on in-vitro experiments using generated nanobot swarms.},
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