A robustness measure for the stationary behavior of qualitative gene regulation networks

@inproceedings{Bogaerts2010ARM,
  title={A robustness measure for the stationary behavior of qualitative gene regulation networks},
  author={Philippe Bogaerts and Jan F. M. Van Impe and Denis Dochain and Ilse Smets},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper the stationary behavior of uncertain and possibly multistable gene regulation networks is considered. We first introduce a modeling framework which is able to represent the qualitative knowledge which is typically available for these systems. Then we turn to the problem of model discrimination: Given several alternative model structures that can all reproduce the experimental observations, is it possible to decide which structure may be the most appropriate description of the real… CONTINUE READING

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