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University " La Sapienza " Dealing with simplicial decompositions which are dimension independent allows for the convergence of disparate viewpoints from computer graphics, solid and geometric modeling. In this framework it is possible to treat in a unified manner several geometric problems, such as solid modeling of articulated objects, simplicial… (More)

This paper deals with the complex unit roots representation of archea DNA sequences and the analysis of symmetries in the wavelet coefficients of the digitalized sequence. It is shown that even for extremophile archaea, the distribution of nucleotides has to fulfill some (mathematical) constraints in such a way that the wavelet coefficients are… (More)

Living systems are often maintained by information flows and, as such, they present interesting mathematical problems for example, in the modeling and analysis of spatial structures , self-organization, environmental interaction, behavior , and development. Biomedical signals extract information from the complex phenomena being measured, which are typically… (More)

- Shengyong Chen, Yujun Zheng, Carlo Cattani, Wanliang Wang
- Comp. Math. Methods in Medicine
- 2012

This article summarizes some methods from biological intelligence for modeling and optimization of supply chain management (SCM) systems, including genetic algorithms, evolutionary programming, differential evolution, swarm intelligence, artificial immune, and other biological intelligence related methods. An SCM system is adaptive, dynamic, open… (More)