Sara Montagna, Andrea Omicini

This chapter aims at discussing the content of multi-agent based simulation (MABS) applied to computational biology, i.e, to modelling and simulating biological systems by means of computational models, methodologies, and frameworks. In particular, the adoption of agent- based modelling (ABM) in the field of multicellular systems biology is explored, focussing on the challenging scenarios of developmental biology. After motivating why agent-based abstractions are critical in representing multicellular systems behaviour, MABS is discussed as the source of the most natural and appropriate mechanism for analysing the self-organising behaviour of systems of cells. As a case study, an application of MABS to the development of Drosophila Melanogaster is finally presented, which exploits the ALCHEMIST agent-based simulation platform.

Data Analytics in Medicine: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, Ch. 20, pages 369-389, 2020, IGI Global
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Agent-based Modelling in Multicellular Systems Biology

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published  

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Sara Montagna, Andrea Omicini

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original page

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10.4018/978-1-7998-1204-3.ch020

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11585/786747

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9781799812043

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9781799812050

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1799812049

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abminmsb-dataanalyticsmedicinebook2020
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Agent-based Modelling in Multicellular Systems Biology

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