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P-GRADE programming environment provides high-level graphical support to develop parallel applications transparently for both the parallel systems and the Grid. This paper gives an overview on the parallelisation of a simulation algorithm for chemical reaction-diffusion systems applying P-GRADE environment at all stages of parallel program development cycle(More)
BACKGROUND The progress through the eukaryotic cell division cycle is driven by an underlying molecular regulatory network. Cell cycle progression can be considered as a series of irreversible transitions from one steady state to another in the correct order. Although this view has been put forward some time ago, it has not been quantitatively proven yet.(More)
An important tool in the management of photochemical smog episodes is a computational model which can be used to test the effect of possible emission control strategies. High spatial resolution of such a model is important to reduce the impact of numerical errors on predictions and to allow better comparison of the model with experimental data during(More)
Proteolytic processing of Gag and Gag-Pol polyproteins by the viral protease (PR) is crucial for the production of infectious HIV-1, and inhibitors of the viral PR are an integral part of current antiretroviral therapy. The process has several layers of complexity (multiple cleavage sites and substrates; multiple enzyme forms; PR auto-processing), which(More)
Many articles have been published on the uncertainty analysis of high temperature gas kinetic systems that are based on detailed reaction mechanisms. In all these articles a temperature independent relative uncertainty of the rate coefficient is assumed, although the chemical kinetics databases suggest temperature dependent uncertainty factors for most of(More)
P-GRADE development and run-time environment provides high-level graphical support to develop scientific applications and to execute them efficiently on various platforms. This paper gives a short overview on the parallelization of a simulator algorithm for chemical reaction-diffusion systems. Applying the same user environment we present our experiences(More)
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