Wednesday, May 19, 2010


C Library for Simulated Evolution of Biological Networks

". Simulated evolution of biological networks can be used to generate functional networks as well as investigate hypotheses regarding natural evolution. A handful of studies have shown how simulated evolution can be used for studying the functional space spanned by biochemical networks, studying natural evolution, or designing new synthetic networks. If there was a method for easily performing such studies, it can allow the community to further experiment with simulated evolution and explore all of its uses. As a result, we have developed a library written in the C language that performs all the basic functions needed to carry out simulated evolution of biological networks. " Article @ arXiv

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