Algorithms in nature: the convergence of systems biology and computational thinking

@inproceedings{Navlakha2011AlgorithmsIN,
  title={Algorithms in nature: the convergence of systems biology and computational thinking},
  author={Saket Navlakha and Ziv Bar-Joseph},
  booktitle={Molecular systems biology},
  year={2011}
}
Computer science and biology have enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship for decades. Biologists rely on computational methods to analyze and integrate large data sets, while several computational methods were inspired by the high-level design principles of biological systems. Recently, these two directions have been converging. In this review, we argue that thinking computationally about biological processes may lead to more accurate models, which in turn can be used to improve the design of… CONTINUE READING
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