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The authors argue for the need to model and analyze biological networks at molecular and cellular levels. They propose a computational toolbox for biologists. Central to their approach is the paradigm of hybrid models in which discrete events are combined with continuous differential equations to capture switching behavior.
biocomputing, biomolecular electronics, discrete event simulation, stochastic systems, agents, biological networks, biomolecular networks, cellular levels, computational toolbox, discrete events, genetic circuits, hybrid models, modes, molecular levels, switching behavior
Date Posted: 30 April 2005
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