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Rajeev Alur, Calin Belta, R. Vijay Kumar, Max L. Mintz, George J. Pappas, Harvey Rubin, and Jonathan Schug, "Modeling and Analyzing Biomolecular Networks", Computing in Science and Engineering 4(1), 20-31. January 2002. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/5992.976434
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.
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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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