Two-phase partition method for simulating a biological system at an extremely high speed.

@article{Kurata2000TwophasePM,
  title={Two-phase partition method for simulating a biological system at an extremely high speed.},
  author={Hiroyuki Kurata and Kazunari Taira},
  journal={Genome informatics. Workshop on Genome Informatics},
  year={2000},
  volume={11},
  pages={185-95}
}
To accelerate the calculation speed for simulating a biological system, we proposed a novel simulation method, the two-phase partition method, which calculated molecular processes at a higher speed than any other proposed method. This method divides a biological system, which can be described by chemical reaction equations, into two-phases: the binding and reaction phases. We demonstrated the capability of the two-phase partition method to simulate a complex biological system at an extremely… CONTINUE READING

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