Constructing biological pathway models with hybrid functional Petri net

@article{Doi2004ConstructingBP,
  title={Constructing biological pathway models with hybrid functional Petri net},
  author={Atsushi Doi and Sachie Fujita and Hiroshi Matsuno and Masao Nagasaki and Satoru Miyano},
  journal={In silico biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={271-91}
}
In many research projects on modeling and analyzing biological pathways, the Petri net has been recognized as a promising method for representing biological pathways. From the pioneering works by Reddy et al., 1993, and Hofestädt, 1994, that model metabolic pathways by traditional Petri net, several enhanced Petri nets such as colored Petri net, stochastic Petri net, and hybrid Petri net have been used for modeling biological phenomena. Recently, Matsuno et al., 2003b, introduced the hybrid… CONTINUE READING
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