Stefano Mariani

In this brief technical report, we investigate the opportunity of exploiting biochemical processes simulation tools – in particular, BioPepa – to experiment about parameter tuning in chemical-like coordination models—in particular, MoK.

(keywords) Biochemical simulation; MoK; Knowledge-intensive environments; BioPepa; Chemical rates; Biochemical coordination
Bologna, Italy, 20 September 2013. Pages 1-8.
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Address = {Bologna, Italy},
Author = {Mariani, Stefano},
Doi = {10.6092/unibo/amsacta/3783},
Institution = {{\sc Alma Mater Studiorum}--Universit{\`a} di Bologna},
Issn = {2283-6462},
Keywords = {Biochemical simulation; MoK; Knowledge-intensive environments; BioPepa; Chemical rates; Biochemical coordination},
Month = {20~} # sep,
Number = 3783,
Pages = {1--8},
Title = {Analysis of the {M}olecules {o}f {K}nowledge Model with the {B}io{P}epa {E}clipse Plugin},
Type = {AMS Acta Technical Report},
Url = {http://amsacta.unibo.it/3783/},
Year = 2013}

Tags: MoK BioPepa
    

Publication

Analysis of the Molecules of Knowledge Model with the BioPepa Eclipse Plugin

— status

published  

— authors

Stefano Mariani

URLs & IDs

original page

— DOI

10.6092/unibo/amsacta/3783

— online ISSN

2283-6462

BibTeX

— BibTeX ID
mokbiopepa-amsacta3783
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techreport

APICe

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AMS Acta

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