Biomat 2012: International Symposium On Mathematical And Computational Biology, 1st Edition

  • Published By: World Scientific Publishing Company
  • ISBN-10: 9814520829
  • ISBN-13: 9789814520829
  • DDC: 570.1
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 408 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released December 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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This is a book of a series on interdisciplinary topics of the Biological and Mathematical Sciences. The chapters correspond to selected papers on special research themes, which were presented at BIOMAT 2012 International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, in Tempe, Arizona, USA, November 6-10.This book contains state-of-the art articles on special research topics on mathematical biology, biological physics and mathematical modeling of biosystems; comprehensive reviews on interdisciplinary areas written by prominent leaders of scientific research groups. The treatment is both pedagogical and advanced in order to motivate research students as well as to fulfill the requirements of professional practitioners.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Board of the Biomat Consortium.
Other Frontmatter.
1: Mathematical Epidemiology.
2: Compartmental Age of Infection Epidemic Models.
3: Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases.
4: Lyme Pathogen Transmission in Tick Populations with Multiple Host Species.
5: Quantifying the Risk of Mosquito-Borne Infections Basing on the Equilibrium Prevalence in Humans.
6: Seasonal Fluctuation in Tsetse Fly Populations and Human African Trypanosomiasis: A Mathematical Model.
7: Modelling Physiological Disorders.
8: A Mathematical Model for the Immunotherapy of Advanced Prostate Cancer.
9: Seizure Manifold of the Epileptic Brain: A State Space Reconstruction Approach.
10: Synchronous Calcium Induced Calcium Release (CICR) in a Multiple Site Model of the Cardiac Myocyte.
11: Theoretical Immunology.
12: Modeling Natural Killer Cell Repertoire Development and Activation Dynamics.
13: Saturation Effects on T-Cell Activation in a Model of a Multi-Stage Pathogen.
14: Dynamic and Geometric Modelling of Biomolecular Structure.
15: Advances in DE NOVO Protein Design for Monomeric, Multimeric, and Conformational Switch Proteins.
16: Mathematical Models and Techniques for Biomolecular Geometric Analysis.
17: Towards a New Bio-Quantum Model for Signaling and Repair of DNA Damage.
18: Population Dynamics.
19: Viral Evolution and Adaptation as a Multivariate Branching Process.
20: Associative Learning of a Lexicon in a Noisy Cross-Situational Scenario.
21: Relationship between Rainfall and Control Effectiveness of the Aedes Aegypti Population through a Non-Linear Dynamical Model: Case of Lavras City, Brazil.
22: Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Telegraph Reaction-Diffusion Predator-Prey Models.
23: Population Dynamics of Spider Monkey (Ateles Hybridus) in a Fragmented Landscape in Colombia.
24: Computational Biology.
25: The Contribution of Stop Codon Frequency and Purine Bias to the Classification of Coding Sequences.
26: Multiclass Classification of Tree Structured Objects: The K-NN Case.
27: Optimal Control Techniques in Mathematical Modelling of Biological Phenomena.
28: Regularity of Optimal Cost Functional Applied to Study of Environmental Pollution.
29: Pattern Recognition on Biological Phenomena.
30: A Sensitivity Analysis of Gene Expression Model.
31: A Wavelet-Based Time-Varying Irregular Vector Autoregressive Model.