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Algorithmic Tile Self-Assembly Model for the Minimum Set Cover Problem

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The study of algorithmic tile self-assembly model shows the development of self-assembling systems for solving complex computational problems. This computation model is considered as a promising technique in nanotechnology. The minimum set cover problem is a classical NP-complete problem in computer science. In this paper, the algorithmic tile self-assembly model is used to implement the minimum set cover problem by executing four operations: nondeterministic guess operation, AND operation, copy operation and the comparing operation. This method can be successfully performed the minimum set cover problem in Θ(mn) steps. Here, m is the number of the elements of the set X for the given minimum set cover problem, and n is the number of a family of subsets of X.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2012

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