Cellular Automata Model of Drug Therapy for HIV Infection

@inproceedings{Sloot2002CellularAM,
  title={Cellular Automata Model of Drug Therapy for HIV Infection},
  author={Peter M. A. Sloot and Fan Chen and Charles A. Boucher},
  booktitle={ACRI},
  year={2002}
}
In this study, we employ non-uniform Cellular Automata (CA) to simulate drug treatment of HIV infection, where each computational domain may contain different CA rules, in contrast to normal uniform CA models. Ordinary (or partial) differential equation models are insufficient to describe the two extreme time scales involved in HIV infection (days and decades), as well as the implicit spatial heterogeneity [4,3, 10]. R.M.Zorzenon dos Santose [13] (2001) reported a cellular automata approach to… CONTINUE READING
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