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Issue No.04 - July/August (2007 vol.9)
pp: 50-60
Trevor Cickovski , University of Notre Dame
Kedar Aras , University of Notre Dame
Maciej Swat , Indiana University
Roeland M.H. Merks , Flanders Institute for Biotechnology and Ghent University
Tilmann Glimm , Western Washington University
H. George E. Hentschel , Emory University
Mark S. Alber , University of Notre Dame
James A. Glazier , Indiana University
Stuart A. Newman , New York Medical College
Jesus A. Izaguirre , University of Notre Dame
ABSTRACT
To gain performance, developers often build scientific applications in procedural languages, such as C or Fortran, which unfortunately reduces flexibility. To address this imbalance, the authors present CompuCell3D, a multitiered, flexible, and scalable problem-solving environment for morphogenesis simulations that's written in C++ using object-oriented design patterns.
INDEX TERMS
software engineering, simulation, modeling, computer applications
CITATION
Trevor Cickovski, Kedar Aras, Maciej Swat, Roeland M.H. Merks, Tilmann Glimm, H. George E. Hentschel, Mark S. Alber, James A. Glazier, Stuart A. Newman, Jesus A. Izaguirre, "From Genes to Organisms Via the Cell: A Problem-Solving Environment for Multicellular Development", Computing in Science & Engineering, vol.9, no. 4, pp. 50-60, July/August 2007, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2007.74
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