Ju n 20 06 Some Remarks on Input Choices for Biochemical Systems

@inproceedings{Sontag2006JuN2,
  title={Ju n 20 06 Some Remarks on Input Choices for Biochemical Systems},
  author={Eduardo D. Sontag},
  year={2006}
}
Control systems theory concerns the study of open dynamical systems that process time-dependent input signals (stimuli, ligands, controls, forcing functions, test signals) into output signals (responses, measurements, read-outs, reporters). Such input/output (i/o) systems may be studied by themselves, or as components (subsystems, modules) of larger systems. Two extreme approaches to modeling systems (or particular subsystems) are as follows [1, 2]: