The circular topology of rhythm in asynchronous random Boolean networks.

@article{Rohlfshagen2004TheCT,
  title={The circular topology of rhythm in asynchronous random Boolean networks.},
  author={Philipp Rohlfshagen and Ezequiel A Di Paolo},
  journal={Bio Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={141-52}
}
The analysis of previously evolved rhythmic asynchronous random Boolean networks [Biosystems 59 (2001) 185] reveals common topological characteristics indicating that rhythm originates from a circular functional structure. The rhythm generating core of the network has the form of a closed ring which operates as a synchronisation substrate by supporting a travelling wave of state change; the size of the ring corresponds well with the period of oscillation. The remaining nodes in the network are… CONTINUE READING

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