7 edition of Computer Modeling and Simulations of Complex Biological Systems found in the catalog.
November 20, 1997
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||194|
The contents of this book were previously published in Scientific Modeling and Simulations, No. , Keywords atomistic simulations calculus communication comparison between experiments and simulations complex systems computer-aided design (CAD) computer-aided vaccine design first-principle calculations glass transition linear. About the Contributors Author. Hiroki Sayama, , is an Associate Professor in the Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering, and the Director of the Center for Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (CoCo), at Binghamton University, State University of New received his BSc, MSc and DSc in Information Science, all from the University of Tokyo, Japan.
DAY 1- Introduction to Complex Adaptive Systems and Computer Modeling and Simulation Pacing Guide Getting Started (Assessment) Pre-test / Assessment- Optional 10 min Activity 1 (New Learning) Turn & Walk: Participatory Simulation, Computer Model . Focuses on the important components of biological systems in order to develop genetic algorithms for modeling purposes. This book considers the characteristics of biological systems from the artificial intelligence point of view, examines modeling examples of complex biological systems, and presents an analysis of modeling cancer phenomena.
agent‐based models, agent‐based simulation, artificial life, biological networks, Boolean networks, citation networks, complex adaptive systems, complex network analysis, complex networks, computer networks, emergence, epidemiological networks, gene expression networks, gene regulatory networks, individual‐based modeling, metabolic. A practice-oriented survey of techniques for computational modeling and simulation suitable for a broad range of biological problems. There are many excellent computational biology resources now available for learning about methods that have been developed to address specific biological systems, but comparatively little attention has been paid to training aspiring computational biologists to.
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This unique text explores the use of innovative modeling techniques in effecting a better understanding of complex diseases such as AIDS and cancer. From a way of representing the computational properties of protein-folding problems to computer simulation of bimodal neurons and networks, Computer Modeling and Simulations of Complex Biological Systems examines several modeling methodologies.
The book follows a classical research approach applied to modeling real systems, linking the observation of biological phenomena, collection of experimental data, modeling, and computational simulations to validate the proposed models. Qualitative analysis techniques are used to identify the prediction ability of specific models.
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This book was set in Times New Roman and Syntax on 3B2 by Asco Typesetters, Hong Kong. Printed and bound in the United States of America. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Schwartz, Russell. Biological modeling and simulation: a survey of practical models, algorithms, and numerical methods / Russell Schwartz.
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[It would be a plus if in 2nd edition, the economic systems are EXPLICITLY included, although the authors did put some, say, the random walk model, in the book.]Cited by: Biological systems tend to be complicated, involving multiple length scales and complex geometries, and models can be very useful for interpreting experiments on them.
One way to obtain an indication of the directional tension in an embryonic epithelium is to make a slit in it normal to the direction of interest , . Multiscale models are explicitly executed simulations of complex biological systems that have been integrated across temporal, spatial, and functional domains.
Through simultaneous evaluation of multiple tiers of resolution, multiscale models provide access to systems behaviors that are not observable using single-scale techniques.
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A computational model contains numerous variables that characterize the system being studied. Simulation is done by adjusting the variables alone or in combination and observing the outcomes.
Although there are many models in biology that do not use computer simulation (except possibly for numerical solution of differential or difference equations), it is the author's belief that these will form an ever-shrinking minority of those models that are capable of genuine application to biology.
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First, discrepancies between systems behaviors predicted by a mathematical model and actual behaviors measured in experiments can point to components that still are missing from the mathematical model, thereby assisting in developing a more comprehensive picture of a biological process.