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Computer Science - Bioinformatics | Modeling in Systems Biology - The Petri Net Approach (Reviews)

Modeling in Systems Biology

The Petri Net Approach

Series: Computational Biology, Vol. 16

Koch, Ina, Reisig, Wolfgang, Schreiber, Falk (Eds.)

2011, XXIV, 364 p.

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From the reviews:

“This volume brings together a variety of contributions showcasing the application of modeling biological and biochemical processes using Petri nets. … it can be used as a teaching aid, and have included exercises at the end of each chapter. … the volume is best seen as a roadmap to a variety of interesting uses of a modeling technique that is particularly geared to readers who already have some experience with mathematical modeling in biology.” (Sara Kalvala, ACM Computing Reviews, August, 2011)

 

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