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The DDLab Manual and Discrete Dynamics Lab software
The DDLab Manual and Discrete Dynamics Lab software,A. Wuensche
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...If it is assumed that mutations occur on a time scale that is much slower than rule iterations (e.g., as is the case in the computation of “metagraphs” in discrete dynamics lab [
34
]) then only the attractors are relevant...
Burton Voorhees
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Point Mutations and Transitions Between Cellular Automata Attractor Ba...
...Based on computer simulations of cellular automata and random Boolean networks, using the authors software Discrete Dynamics Lab[
23
], this paper describes how basins of attraction might provide a conceptual framework for biomolecular networks...
...Basins of attraction can be computed and portrayed[21, 22,
23
], revealing the global dynamics on small networks...
...time) ∞ows inward from gardenofEden states to the attractor, and then clockwise around the attractor cycle, as indicated in flgures 8 and 10. In the graphic convention[21,
23
], the length of edges decreases with distance away from the attractor, and the diameter of the attractor cycle approaches an upper limit with increasing period...
...In the software DDLab[
23
] there are \learning" algorithms that allow preimages to be a automatically attached (learnt) or detached (forgotten) to/from a selected target state by mutations, moving wires or ∞ipping bits in rules[22]...
...A random Boolean network’s orderchaos characteristics for varying C, applied especially for large networks, are captured by the measures illustrated in flgure 15, and described below[4, 6,
23
]...
...The simulations and flgures in this paper were made with DDLab (Discrete Dynamics Lab)[
23
]...
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A conceptual framework for biomolecular networks
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Catherine Beauchemin
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A conceptual framework for biomolecular networks
Andrew Wuensche