Computational Probability for Systems Biology.

Stochastic models of biological networks properly take the randomness of molecular dynamics in living cells into account. Numerical solution approaches inspired by computational methods from applied probability can efficiently yield accurate results and have significant advantages compared to stochastic simulation. Examples for the success of non-simulative numerical analysis techniques in systems biology confirm the enormous potential.


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Proceedings of Formal Methods in Systems Biology, 5054, 33-47
Presented at:
Formal Methods in Systems Biology, Cambridge, UK, 2008
Year:
2008
Publisher:
Springer
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