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Computation in Cells and Tissues: Perspectives and Tools of Thought

This book deals with key issues in the emerging interdisciplinary area involving cellular systems, computational modelling, and biologically inspired computing. This highly multidisciplinary book offers a unique blend of topical contributions that are written by biologists, computer scientists... Full description

1st Person: Paton, R. [editor]
Additional Corporate Bodies: SpringerLink (Online service)
Additional Persons: Bolouri, Hamid [editor]; Holcombe, W. Michael L. [editor]; Parish, J. Howard [editor]
Type of Publication: Book
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2004, 2004
Edition: 1st ed. 2004
Series: Natural Computing Series
Keywords: Theory of Computation
Computational Biology/Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics
Mathematical and Computational Biology
Artificial Intelligence
Computer simulation
Computers
Biomathematics
Computation by Abstract Devices
Artificial intelligence
Simulation and Modeling
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505 0 |a Biologically Inspired Computer Science Systems -- Biomedical Applications of Micro and Nano Technologies -- Macromolecules, Genomes and Ourselves -- Models of Genetic Regulatory Networks -- A Model of Bacterial Adaptability Based on Multiple Scales of Interaction: COSMIC -- Stochastic Computations in Neurons and Neural Networks -- Spatial Patterning in Explicitly Cellular Environments: Activity-Regulated Juxtacrine Signalling -- Modelling the GH Release System -- Hierarchies of Machines -- Models of Recombination in Ciliates -- Developing Algebraic Models of Protein Signalling Agents -- Categorical Language and Hierarchical Models for Cell Systems -- Mathematical Systems Biology: Genomic Cybernetics -- What Kinds of Natural Processes can be Regarded as Computations? 
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653 |a Simulation and Modeling 
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700 1 |a Holcombe, W. Michael L.  |e [editor] 
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520 |a This book deals with key issues in the emerging interdisciplinary area involving cellular systems, computational modelling, and biologically inspired computing. This highly multidisciplinary book offers a unique blend of topical contributions that are written by biologists, computer scientists and mathematicians with non-expert readers in mind. It reflects important trends and developments in this exciting field of science. The volume can serve as a textbook and reference book for advanced students and computer scientists, biologists, and mathematicians. 

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