A Foundational Framework for Step-by-step Model Construction (bibtex)
by Mikhail Barash and Ion Petre
Abstract:
Constructing large biomodels de-novo is a computationally expensive process, requiring large sets of high-quality data. An alternative approach is to construct them from smaller existing models through various operations such as union, intersection, difference, and refinement. We introduce in this paper a foundational framework for biomodel construction capturing these operations, and we discuss some of their properties.
Reference:
A Foundational Framework for Step-by-step Model Construction (Mikhail Barash and Ion Petre), In Fundamenta Informaticae, volume 154, 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{Baras2017,
  author   = {Mikhail Barash AND Ion Petre},
  title    = {A Foundational Framework for Step-by-step Model Construction},
  journal  = {Fundamenta Informaticae},
  year     = {2017},
  volume   = {154},
  pages    = {1-10},
  abstract = {Constructing large biomodels de-novo is a computationally expensive process, requiring
large sets of high-quality data. An alternative approach is to construct them from smaller
existing models through various operations such as union, intersection, difference, and refinement.
We introduce in this paper a foundational framework for biomodel construction capturing
these operations, and we discuss some of their properties.},
}
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