Issue No. 11 - November (2006 vol. 39)
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2006.392
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
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
D. Noble, A. McCulloch, W. Li and P. Hunter, "Multiscale modeling: physiome project standards, tools, and databases," in Computer, vol. 39, no. , pp. 48-54, 2006.