Specifications of insilicoML 1.0: a multilevel biophysical model description language.

@article{Asai2008SpecificationsOI,
  title={Specifications of insilicoML 1.0: a multilevel biophysical model description language.},
  author={Yoshiyuki Asai and Yasuyuki Suzuki and Yoshiyuki Kido and Hideki Oka and Eric M. Heien and Masao Nakanishi and Takahito Urai and Kenichi Hagihara and Yoshihisa Kurachi and T. Nomura},
  journal={The journal of physiological sciences : JPS},
  year={2008},
  volume={58 7},
  pages={447-58}
}
An extensible markup language format, insilicoML (ISML), version 0.1, describing multi-level biophysical models has been developed and available in the public domain. ISML is fully compatible with CellML 1.0, a model description standard developed by the IUPS Physiome Project, for enhancing knowledge integration and model sharing. This article illustrates the new specifications of ISML 1.0 that largely extend the capability of ISML 0.1. ISML 1.0 can describe various types of mathematical models… CONTINUE READING
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