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Artificial Chemistries-A Review
This article reviews the growing body of scientific work in artificial chemistry. First, common motivations and fundamental concepts are introduced. Second, current research activities are discussed…
Artificial ChemistriesA Review
It is argued here that artificial chemistries are the right stuff for the study of prebiotic and biochemical evolution, and they provide a productive framework for questions regarding the origin and evolution of organizations in general.
Chemical Organisation Theory
The theory introduces the concept of a chemical organisation as a closed and self-maintaining set of components, which allows to map a complex (reaction) network to the set of organisations, providing a new view on the system’s structure.
Dynamics of component exchange at PML nuclear bodies
PML NB assembly dynamics were assessed by live cell imaging and mathematic modeling of its major component parts and it is shown that all six nuclear PML isoforms exhibit individual exchange rates at NBs and PML V as a scaffold subunit.
Effects of Direct Water Injection on DI Diesel Engine Combustion
The effects of in-cylinder water injection on a direct injection (DI) Diesel engine were studied using a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) program based on the Kiva-3v code. The spray model is…
Self-Evolution in a Constructive Binary String System
The qualitative dynamics of a catalytic self-organizing system of binary strings that is inspired by the chemical information processing metaphor is examined, and every variation is performed by the objects themselves in their machine form.
A Central Limit Theorem for the Weakly Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process
We consider the one-dimensional weakly asymmetric nearest neighbour exclusion process and study, in macroscopic space-time coordinates, the fluctuations of the associated density field around the…
Rule-based spatial modeling with diffusing, geometrically constrained molecules
- G. Gruenert, B. Ibrahim, T. Lenser, Maiko Lohel, T. Hinze, P. Dittrich
- BiologyBMC Bioinformatics
- 7 June 2010
The approach provides a new general framework filling a gap in between approaches with no or rigid spatial representation like Partial Differential Equations and specialized coarse-grained spatial simulation systems like those for DNA or virus capsid self-assembly.
On the Scalability of Social Order: Modeling the Problem of Double and Multi Contingency Following Luhmann
We investigate an algorithmic model based first of all on Luhmann?s description of how so-cial order may originate [N. Luhmann, Soziale Systeme, Frankfurt/Main, Suhrkamp, 1984, pp. 148-179]. In a…
A dynamical model of the spindle position checkpoint
- A. K. Caydasi, Maiko Lohel, Gerd Grünert, P. Dittrich, G. Pereira, B. Ibrahim
- BiologyMolecular systems biology
- 8 May 2012
A dynamical model of the spindle position checkpoint of budding yeast is introduced that suggests that Bfa1 interacts with Tem1 in the cytoplasm as well as at the SPBs to provide efficient Tem1 inhibition.