Hardware acceleration of biomedical models with OpenCMISS and CellML

@article{Yu2013HardwareAO,
  title={Hardware acceleration of biomedical models with OpenCMISS and CellML},
  author={Ting Yu and Chris Bradley and Oliver Sinnen},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT)},
  year={2013},
  pages={370-373}
}
OpenCMISS is a mathematical modeling environment designed to solve field based equations and link subcellular and tissue-level biophysical processes to organ-level processes. It employs a general purpose parallel design, in particular distributed memory, for its computations. CellML is a mark up language based on XML that is designed to encode lumped parameter biophysically based systems of ordinary differential equations and nonlinear algebraic equations. OpenCMISS allows CellML models to be… CONTINUE READING

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