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Algorithms for Analysis, Interference, and Control of Boolean Networks.


Algorithms for Analysis, Interference, and Control of Boolean Networks

Tatsuya Akutsu

World Scientific


216 pages




Akutsu addresses the computational complexity of algorithms and problems regarding Boolean networks and probabilistic Boolean networks, which are increasingly being used to model biological processes. He considers three fundamental problems: finding a steady state in a given network, inferring a network structure from sample data, and finding a control strategy to drive a network from a given initial state to a given target state. He also briefly introduces the semi-tensor product approach that Daizhan Cheng and his colleagues proposed and developed, because it is being widely used. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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