An overview of the CellML API and its implementation

@inproceedings{Miller2009AnOO,
  title={An overview of the CellML API and its implementation},
  author={Andrew K. Miller and Justin Marsh and Adam Reeve and Alan Garny and Randall Britten and Matt D. B. Halstead and Jonathan Cooper and David P. Nickerson and Poul M. F. Nielsen},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2009}
}
BackgroundCellML is an XML based language for representing mathematical models, in a machine-independent form which is suitable for their exchange between different authors, and for archival in a model repository. Allowing for the exchange and archival of models in a computer readable form is a key strategic goal in bioinformatics, because of the associated improvements in scientific record accuracy, the faster iterative process of scientific development, and the ability to combine models into… CONTINUE READING

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