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Information carriers in biomolecular networks

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Using rules as opposed to flat chemical reactions allows one to structure the description of a biomolecular network in a way that makes them amenable to generic automated techniques of model reduction – such reductions are symbolic (no dependence on the actual values of parameters), they are automated (an approximation thereof in fact).

Abstracting the Differential Semantics of Rule-Based Models: Exact and Automated Model Reduction. LICS 2010 : 362-381
Intrinsic Information carriers in combinatorial dynamical systems CHAOS 20 , 037108 (2010)

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