Nigel Saunders

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We describe an investigation into spatial modelling by means of an ongoing case study, namely phase variation patterning in bacterial colony growth, forming circular colonies on a flat medium. We explore the application of two different geometries, rectangular and circular, for modelling and analysing the colony growth in 2.5 dimensions. Our modelling(More)
  • Rafaela Dancygier, Elizabeth, N Saunders, Ph D Candidate, Andra Gillespie, Lucy Goodhart +12 others
  • 2006
As immigrants constitute a large and rising share of both the population and the electorate in many developed democracies, we examine aspects of immigrant political behavior, a vital issue that has gone largely unexplored outside of the U.S. context. We focus on Germany and Great Britain, two countries that provide good leverage to explore both(More)
This article defines a novel spatial-temporal modelling and analysis methodology applied to a systems biology case study, namely phase variation patterning in bacterial colony growth. We employ coloured stochastic Petri nets to construct the model and run stochastic simulations to record the development of the circular colonies over time and space. The(More)
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