Self-Assembling Robots

Self-assembly is a process by which pre-existing components organize into patterns or structures without human intervention. Such processes are responsible for the generation of much of the order in nature. This thesis investigates the use of self-assembly in autonomous robots, and relates the findings to the biological literature.


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