Attractor Stabilizability of Boolean Networks With Application to Biomolecular Regulatory Networks

@article{Rafimanzelat2019AttractorSO,
  title={Attractor Stabilizability of Boolean Networks With Application to Biomolecular Regulatory Networks},
  author={Mohammad Reza Rafimanzelat and Fariba Bahrami},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={72-81}
}
Stabilizability of Boolean networks (BNs) has been addressed in some recent research works. One of the most widespread applications of BNs is the analysis and control of biomolecular regulatory networks. Pertinent to this field of application, we introduce the concept of attractor stabilizability of a BN by flipping a subset of its nodes. This concept captures the possibility of enforcing a BN to converge from any of its attractors to a desired stable state by flipping members of a subset of… CONTINUE READING

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