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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.
Alur, Rajeev; Belta, Calin; Kumar, Vijay; Mintz, Max; Pappas, George J.; Rubin, Harvey; and Schug, Jonathan, "Modeling and Analyzing Biomolecular Networks" (2002). Departmental Papers (MEAM). 241.
Date Posted: 01 September 2010
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