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Multiscale modeling: physiome project standards, tools, and databases
November 2006 (vol. 39 no. 11)
pp. 48-54
P.J. Hunter, Bioeng. Inst., Auckland Univ.
The Physiome Project's markup languages and associated tools leverage the CellML and FieldML model databases published in peer-reviewed journals. As these tools mature, researchers can check models for conformance to underlying physics laws, using them to develop complex physiological models from separately validated components
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XML,biology computing,cellular biophysics,database management systems,electronic publishing,physiological models,project management,scientific information systems,standards,e-science,multiscale modeling,Physiome Project standards,markup languages,CellML,FieldML model databases,peer-reviewed journals,physics laws,physiological models,Databases,Biological system modeling,Proteins,Equations,Calcium,Ontologies,Mathematical model,Standards development,Voltage,Predictive models,Multiscale modeling,Grid computing,System-level science,Physiome Project,CellML,FieldML,Mathematical models
Citation:
D. Noble, A.D. McCulloch, W.W. Li, P.J. Hunter, "Multiscale modeling: physiome project standards, tools, and databases," Computer, vol. 39, no. 11, pp. 48-54, Nov. 2006, doi:10.1109/MC.2006.392
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