Mario Salerno

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We introduce a probabilistic model for protein sliding motion along DNA during the search of a target sequence. The model accounts for possible effects due to sequence-dependent interaction between the nonspecific DNA and the protein. Hydrogen bonds formed at the target site are used as the main sequence-dependent interaction between protein and DNA. The(More)
The simulation problem of very large fully asynchronous Spiking Neural Networks is considered in this paper. To this purpose, a preliminary accurate analysis of the latency time is made, applying classical modelling methods to single neurons. The latency characterization is then used to propose a simplified model, able to simulate large neural networks. On(More)
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