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By integrating phase transition theory and Takayanagi principle, we have developed a thermodynamic model to describe working mechanism and thermomechanical behavior of shape memory polymers (SMPs) with tunable multi-shape memory effect (multi-SME). Thermodynamics and state/phase transitions of different segments in the SMPs were modeled by considering their cooperative relaxation, which is defined as a process where a group of segments undergo relaxation simultaneously, based on the Takayanagidoi:10.1088/1361-665x/aaf528 fatcat:hsvlxcnlvvdvdewh3gh2osesci