Basin entropy in Boolean network ensembles.

  title={Basin entropy in Boolean network ensembles.},
  author={Peter M. Krawitz and I. Shmulevich},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={98 15},
  • Peter M. Krawitz, I. Shmulevich
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine, Physics, Mathematics
  • Physical review letters
  • The information processing capacity of a complex dynamical system is reflected in the partitioning of its state space into disjoint basins of attraction, with state trajectories in each basin flowing towards their corresponding attractor. We introduce a novel network parameter, the basin entropy, as a measure of the complexity of information that such a system is capable of storing. By studying ensembles of random Boolean networks, we find that the basin entropy scales with system size only in… CONTINUE READING
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