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Clement L, Nagpal R. Self-Assembly and Self-Repairing Topologies. In: Workshop on Adaptability in Multi-Agent Systems, RoboCup Australian Open [Internet]. 2003. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Self-Assembly and Self-Repairing Topologies
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Berlinger F, Wulkop P, Nagpal R. Self-Organized Evasive Fountain Maneuvers with a Bio-inspired Underwater Robot Collective. In: Intl. Conference on Automation and Robotics (ICRA). 2021.
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Stoy K, and RN. Self-reconfiguration using Directed Growth (for a modular robot). International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems (DARs) [Internet]. 2004;. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Self-reconfiguration using Directed Growth (for a modular robot)
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Stoy K, Nagpal R. Self-repair and Scale-independent Self-reconfiguration (for a modular robot). In: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) [Internet]. 2004. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Self-repair and Scale-independent Self-reconfiguration (for a modular robot)
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Kate B, Waterman J, Dantu K, Welsh M. Simbeeotic: A Simulator and Testbed for Micro-Aerial Vehicle Swarm Experiments. In: Intl. Conf. on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN) [Internet]. 2012. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Simbeeotic: A Simulator and Testbed for Micro-Aerial Vehicle Swarm Experiments
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Napp N, Araki B, Tolley MT, Nagpal R, Wood RJ. Simple Passive Valves for Addressable Pneumatic Actuation. In: IEEE Intl. Conf on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) [Internet]. 2014. Available from: Referenced from ssr.seas.harvard.edu: Simple Passive Valves for Addressable Pneumatic Actuation
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Calovi D, Bardunias P, Carey N, Turner S, Nagpal R, Werfel J. Surface curvature guides early construction activity in mound-building termites. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society [Internet]. 2019;374(1774). Available from: Referenced from royalsocietypublishing.org: Surface curvature guides early construction activity in mound-building termites