BIOMAT 2014: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology by Rubem P Mondaini

BIOMAT 2014: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology

byRubem P Mondaini

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This is a book of a series on interdisciplinary topics on the Mathematical and Biological Sciences. The chapters correspond to selected papers on special research themes, which have been presented at BIOMAT 2014 International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology which was held in the Stefan Banach International Mathematical Centre at Bedlewo near Poznan, Poland on November 03 – 07, 2014. The treatment is both pedagogical yet advanced in order to motivate research students as well as to fulfill the requirements of professional practitioners. As in the other volumes of this series, there are new important results on the interdisciplinary fields of mathematical and biological sciences and comprehensive reviews written by prominent scientific leaders of famous research groups.

Contents:

  • Dynamic and Geometric Modelling of Biomolecular Structures:

    • Dynamics of Z-Ring Formation in Liposomes (R A Barrio, C Varea, T Alarcón, C B Picallo and A Hernandez-Machado)
    • Optimal Control of a Coarse-grained Model for Protein Dynamics (R P Mondaini and S C de Albuquerque Neto)
    • Time Asymmetry of Cross-correlation Functions as a Signature of Non Equilibrium Steady States (A Lemarchand and C Bianca)
  • Population Dynamics:

    • Modelling Sustainable Development for Decision Making (D Angulo, G Olivar and F Angulo)
    • Wild Herbivores in Forests: Four Case Studies (G Sabetta, E Perracchione and E Venturino)
    • Effect of Viral Disease in a Diffusive Plankton System (N Das and S Pal)
    • A (1+2)- Dimensional Keller-Segel Model: Lie Symmetry and Exact Solutions for the Cauchy Problem (R Cherniha and M Didovych)
  • Pattern Recognition of Biological Phenomena:

    • Exploration of Different Wave Patterns in a Model of the Bovine Estrous Cycle by Fourier Analysis (C Stötzel, R Ehrig, H M T Boer, J Plöntzke and S Röblitz)
    • A Spectral Similarity Measure between Time Series Applied to the Identification of Protein–Protein Interactions (G E Salcedo, A M Montoya and A F Arenas)
  • Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases:

    • An Agent-based Modelling Framework to Study the Burden of Pertussis and the Impact of Preventive Measures (J-E Poirrier, D Curran and C Philemotte)
    • Zoonotic Visceral Leishmaniasis: A Novel Model Involving Dynamic Interactions of Humans, Dogs and Sandflies (H J Shimozako, Jianhong Wu and E Massad)
    • Mathematical Models for Vaccination, Waning Immunity and Immune System Boosting: A General Framework (M V Barbarossa and G Röst)
    • What is the Optimal Level of Information Dissemination during an Epidemic? (M Laskowski, P Dubey, M E Alexander, S Collinson, J M Heffernan and S M Moghadas)
    • Rich Dynamics of Hepatitis C Viral Infection with Logistic Proliferation (S Banerjee)
  • Computational Biology:

    • Markov Chains as a Tool Measuring Effectiveness of a Psychotherapy Process (P Sliwka and W Simon)
    • In Silico Manipulation of Single DNA Molecules (P Cortini, M Barbi and P Carrivain)
    • Very High Synchrony in Evolution of Organelles and Host Genomes (A I Chernyshova, Yu A Putintzeva and M G Sadovsky)
    • A Method for Clustering Hemagglutinin Influenza Protein Sequences (X Li, H Jankowski, X Wang and Jane M Heffernan)
  • Multi-scale Models in Biological Sciences:

    • On a Multi-scale Analysis of a Micro-model of Heat Transfer in Biological Tissues (A Ainouz)
    • Multi-scale Modelling in Cell Dynamics (M Banerjee, M Benmir and V Volpert)
  • Mathematical Morphology of Biological Structures:

    • Topology of Cell Membranes (E I Kats and M I Monastyrsky)
    • Geometry of Morphogenesis (N Morozova and R Penner)
    • Comparing Shape Trajectories of Biological Soft Tissues in the Size-and-shape Space (V Varano, S Gabriele, L Teresi, I Dryden, P E Puddu, C Torromeo and P Piras)
    • Dynamic Scaling Analysis of In Vitro and In Silico Cell Cultures (M A C Huergo, B Moglia, E V Albano and N Guisoni)

Readership: Undergraduates, graduates, researchers and all practitioners on the interdisciplinary fields of Mathematical Biology, Biological Physics and Mathematical Modelling of Biosystems.

Title:BIOMAT 2014: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational BiologyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 22, 2015Publisher:World Scientific Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9814667951

ISBN - 13:9789814667951

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