By Nataša Jonoska,Masahico Saito
This e-book comprises expository chapters on how modern types from discrete arithmetic – in domain names comparable to algebra, combinatorics, and graph and knot theories – offers standpoint on biomolecular difficulties starting from information research, molecular and gene preparations and constructions, and knotted DNA embeddings through spatial graph types to the dynamics and kinetics of molecular interactions.
The contributing authors are one of the top scientists during this box and the e-book is a reference for researchers in arithmetic and theoretical computing device technology who're engaged with modeling molecular and organic phenomena utilizing discrete equipment. it will probably additionally function a consultant and complement for graduate classes in mathematical biology or bioinformatics, introducing nontraditional features of mathematical biology.
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Discrete and Topological Models in Molecular Biology (Natural Computing Series) by Nataša Jonoska,Masahico Saito