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Quantification of reachable attractors in asynchronous discrete dynamics

@article{Mendes2014QuantificationOR,
  title={Quantification of reachable attractors in asynchronous discrete dynamics},
  author={Nuno D. Mendes and Pedro T. Monteiro and Jorge Carneiro and {\'E}lisabeth Remy and Claudine Chaouiya},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1411.3539}
}
Motivation: Models of discrete concurrent systems often lead to huge and complex state transition graphs that represent their dynamics. This makes difficult to analyse dynamical properties. In particular, for logical models of biological regulatory networks, it is of real interest to study attractors and their reachability from specific initial conditions, i.e. to assess the potential asymptotical behaviours of the system. Beyond the identification of the reachable attractors, we propose to… 

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