Automatic Synthesis of Microfluidic Large Scale Integration Chips from a Domain-Specific Language

Provided by: University of California, Los Angeles (Anderson)
Topic: Hardware
Format: PDF
BioCoder is a domain-specific language by which chemists and biologists can express experimental protocols in a manner that is unambiguous and clearly repeatable. This paper presents a software tool chain that converts a protocol specified in a restricted subset of BioCoder to a technology-specific description of the protocol, targeting flow-based microfluidic Large-Scale Integration (mLSI) chips. The technology-specific description can then be used to either: execute the protocol on a capable chip; or to derive the architecture of a new mLSI chip that can execute the protocol.

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