*Modelling biological systems

A challenge is the development of models that predict effects across biological scales. Ecotoxicology and models discusses some ... Most current models describe effects on one of many different levels of biological organization (e.g. organisms or populations ... Modelling biological systems is a significant task of systems biology and mathematical biology. Computational systems biology ... Biological data visualization Biosimulation Gillespie algorithm Molecular modelling software Stochastic simulation Sometimes ...

*Biological model

A biological model may refer to: a model organism a mathematical model of a biological system Models of abnormality#The ... biological (medical) model, the only model of psychological abnormalities not based on psychological principles, based on the ... then treating any mental abnormality must be physical/biological. ...

*Biological neuron model

A biological neuron model, also known as a spiking neuron model, is a mathematical description of the properties of certain ... In that sense, biological neural models differ from artificial neuron models that do not presume to predict the outcomes of ... The Hodgkin-Huxley model (H&H model) is a model of the relationship between ion currents crossing the neuronal cell membrane ... Ultimately, biological neuron models aim to explain the mechanisms underlying the operation of the nervous system for the ...

*Chicken as biological research model

Today they continue to serve as an important model for normal human biology as well as pathological disease processes. Human ... The relatively large size of the chick as a model organism allowed scientists during this time to make these significant ... The chicken embryo is a unique model that overcomes many limitations to studying the biology of cancer in vivo. The ... Chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) and their eggs have been used extensively as research models throughout the history of ...

*Hans Vangheluwe

WEST: Modelling biological wastewater treatment. Journal of Hydroinformatics, 5(1):27-50, 2003. Juan de Lara, Hans Vangheluwe, ... Meta-modelling and graph grammars for multi-paradigm modelling in AToM3. Software and Systems Modeling (SoSyM), 3(3):194-209, ... Integrating Base Object Model components into DEVS-based simulation. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation, April 2010. ... He has contributed in topics such as the modelling of wastewater treatment, tool-building for model-driven engineering, DEVS ...

*Membrane computing

Modeling biological systems Păun, Gheorghe. "Introduction to Membrane Computing" (PDF). U.S. Patent 20,090,124,506. ... Thus, MC is not merely a theory related to a specific model, it is a framework for devising compartmentalized models. Chemicals ... It is a sub-task of creating a cellular model. Membrane computing deals with distributed and parallel computing models, ... is an area within computer science that seeks to discover new computational models from the study of biological cells, ...

*Life

Coveney, Peter V.; Fowler, Philip W. (2005). "Modelling biological complexity: a physical scientist's perspective". Journal of ... or a model representation of organisms as a category theory of biological relations, as well as an algebraic topology of the ... "biological machines." A systems view of life treats environmental fluxes and biological fluxes together as a "reciprocity of ... Biological features are explained not by looking at future optimal results, but by looking at the past evolutionary history of ...

*Error analysis (mathematics)

Modeling Biological Systems: Principles and Applications. Springer. pp. 186-189. ISBN 0412042010. Francis J. Scheid (1988). ... In numerical simulation or modeling of real systems, error analysis is concerned with the changes in the output of the model as ... For instance, in a system modeled as a function of two variables z = f ( x , y ) {\displaystyle \scriptstyle z\,=\,f(x,y)} . ... the parameters to the model vary about a mean. ...

*Population model

Modeling Biological Populations in Space and Time. Cambridge University Press. pp. 6-9. Kingsland, Sharon (1995). Modeling ... The logistic population model, the Lotka-Volterra model of community ecology, life table matrix modeling, the equilibrium model ... A population model is a type of mathematical model that is applied to the study of population dynamics. Models allow a better ... Population models are used to determine maximum harvest for agriculturists, to understand the dynamics of biological invasions ...

*Complex systems biology

ISBN 1-58488-361-8. Renshaw, E., Modelling biological populations in space and time. C.U.P., 1991. ISBN 0-521-44855-7 Rosen, ... biological domain and biosphere, biological kingdom, Phylum, biological class, order, family, genus and species. Because of ... Ahmed, E. (2006). "On modeling the immune system as a complex system". Theor. BioSci. 124: 413. Baianu, I. C., Computer Models ... this is because the latter is restricted primarily to simplified models of biological organization and organisms, as well as to ...

*Mathematical and theoretical biology

A model of a biological system is converted into a system of equations, although the word 'model' is often used synonymously ... Spatial Models and Biomedical Applications, 2003 ISBN 0-387-95228-4. E. Renshaw, Modelling biological populations in space and ... Mechanics of biological tissues Theoretical enzymology and enzyme kinetics Cancer modelling and simulation Modelling the ... of the cell cycle Modelling physiological systems Modelling of arterial disease Multi-scale modelling of the heart Modelling ...

*Modelling of General Systems

MGS is particularly aimed at modelling biological systems. The MGS computational model is a generalisation of cellular automata ... MGS (a General Model of Simulation) is a domain-specific language used for specification and simulation of dynamical systems ...

*Girjesh Govil

Ragini Sinha, Girjesh Govil (July 2016). "NMR studies of model biological membranes and whole cellls". Journal- Indian Chemical ... ISBN 978-0-387-10769-1. K.V.R. Chary; Girjesh Govil (8 April 2008). NMR in Biological Systems: From Molecules to Human. ... K.V.R. Chary; Girjesh Govil (8 April 2008). NMR in Biological Systems: From Molecules to Human. Springer Science & Business ... He has presided the International Council for NMR in Biological Systems, the Indian Biophysical Society, the Indian Chemical ...

*Dov Dori

"Modelling biological processes using workflow and petri net models." Bioinformatics 18.6 (2002): 825-837. p. 830 Ramsin, Raman ... Dori, Dov (2016). Model-Based Systems Engineering with OPM and SysML. New York: Springer. Peleg, Mor, Iwei Yeh, and Russ Altman ... "Modeling System, US Patent and Trademark Office". "Automation systems and integration - Object-Process Methodology". ISO ... Since 2010 At the technion he also heads the Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory. Furthermore since 2000 he was Visiting ...

*Cricket (insect)

Devillers, James (2013). Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press. p. 39 ...

*Systems ecology

J. W. Haefner, Modeling Biological Systems: Principles and Applications, London., UK, Chapman and Hall 1996, 473 pp. Richard F ... Systems ecology seeks a holistic view of the interactions and transactions within and between biological and ecological systems ... Systems ecology focuses on interactions and transactions within and between biological and ecological systems, and is ... Ecosystem ecology examines physical and biological structure and examines how these ecosystem characteristics interact. The ...

*P system

Ardelean, Ioan; Matteo Cavaliere (June 2003). "Modelling biological processes by using a probabilistic p system software". ... rather than for biological modeling, although this is also being investigated. A P system is defined as a series of membranes ... As a model for computation, P systems offer the attractive possibility of solving NP-complete problems in less-than exponential ... Each element has a specific role to play, and each has a founding in the biological cell architecture upon which P systems are ...

*Gryllus firmus

Devillers, James (2013). Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press. p. 39 ...

*Pyriproxyfen

Devillers, James (May 6, 2013). Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids: Modeling Biological Effects and Environmental Fate. CRC Press ...

*Evolutionary ecology

Laird, Simon, "The Tangled Nature Model of Evolutionary Ecology: An Overview.", Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, ... The purpose of the model is to create a simple and logical ecological model based on observation. The model is designed such ... Another model is Law & Diekmann's 1996 models on mutualism, which is defined as a relationship between two organisms that ... 191-200., doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2005.00521.x. Morozov, Andrew (2013-12-06). "Modelling biological evolution: recent progress ...

*Biological network inference

There is great interest in network medicine for the modelling biological systems. This article focuses on a necessary ... The modelling can be done by a Boolean network, by Ordinary differential equations or Linear regression models, e.g. Least- ... Biological network inference is the process of making inferences and predictions about biological networks. In a topological ... Many types of biological networks exist, including transcriptional, signalling and metabolic. Few such networks are known in ...

*Zebrafish

As a model biological system, the zebrafish possesses numerous advantages for scientists. Its genome has been fully sequenced, ... Renshaw, S.A.; Trede, N.S. (2012). "A model 450 million years in the making: zebrafish and vertebrate immunity". Dis Model Mech ... Cronan, MR; Tobin, DM (Jul 2014). "Fit for consumption: zebrafish as a model for tuberculosis". Dis Model Mech. 7 (7): 777-84. ... McClusky, Braeden M.; Postlethwait, John H. (2015). "Phylogeny of zebrafish, a "model species," within Danio, a "model genus ...

*Copying mechanism

1). Middendorf-Ziv (MZ) proposed a growing directed graph modeling biological network dynamics. A prototype is chosen at random ... The evolving models above are by no means complete. They can be extended in several ways. First of all, the tails in the models ... Copying mechanisms for modeling growth of the world wide web are motivated by the following intuition: Some web page authors ... Similarly, the models can be extended to include death processes, which cause vertices and edges to disappear as time evolves. ...

*Partition coefficient

Kubinyi H (1979). "Lipophilicity and biological acitivity. Drug transport and drug distribution in model systems and in ... Kubinyi H (Mar 1979). "Nonlinear dependence of biological activity on hydrophobic character: the bilinear model". (primary). Il ... "Application of high-performance liquid chromatography based measurements of lipophilicity to model biological distribution". ( ... which produces a parametric model. This parametric model can be estimated using constrained least-squares estimation, using a ...

*Concave function

Optimal Control Applied to Biological Models. Mathematical and Computational Biology Series. Chapman & Hall/ CRC. ISBN 978-1- ...

*Biology Open

... is abstracted and/or indexed (amongst others) by: Biological Abstracts, CAB Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts, Thomson ... Journal of Experimental Biology and Disease Models & Mechanisms. The Company of Biologists looked to address some big issues in ... a UK not-for-profit publisher of the international biological journals Development, Journal of Cell Science, ... online-only open access scientific journal that publishes peer-reviewed original research across all aspects of the biological ...