System and control theory furthers the understanding of biological signal transduction

Eric Bullinger, R. Findeisen, D. Kalamatianos, P. Wellstead

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Abstract

This article discusses why novel modelling and analysis methods are required for biological systems, presents recent advances and outlines some future challenges. In this respect, the main focus is placed upon methods for parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis as they are encountered in systems biology.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationBiology and Control Theory: Current Challenges
Pages123-135
Number of pages13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Publication series

NameLecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences
No.168

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Signal transduction
System theory
Biological systems
Control theory
Parameter estimation
Sensitivity analysis
Systems Biology

Keywords

  • control theory
  • biological signal transduction

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Bullinger, E., Findeisen, R., Kalamatianos, D., & Wellstead, P. (2007). System and control theory furthers the understanding of biological signal transduction. In Biology and Control Theory: Current Challenges (pp. 123-135). (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences; No. 168). https://doi.org/10.07/978-3-540-71988-5_6
Bullinger, Eric ; Findeisen, R. ; Kalamatianos, D. ; Wellstead, P. / System and control theory furthers the understanding of biological signal transduction. Biology and Control Theory: Current Challenges. 2007. pp. 123-135 (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences; 168).
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Biology and Control Theory: Current Challenges. 2007. p. 123-135 (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences; No. 168).

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