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Signal-regulated systems and networks

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Signal-regulated systems and networks
The paper presents the use of signal regulatory networks, a biologically-inspired model based on gene regulatory networks. Signal regulatory networks are a way of understanding a class of self-organising IT systems, signal regulated systems. The paper builds on the theory of signal regulated systems and introduces some formalisms to clarify the discussion. An exemplar signal regulated system that can be evaluated using signal regulatory networks is presented. Finally an implementation of an adaptive and robust solution, built on a theory of signal regulated systems and analysed as a signal regulatory network, is shown to be plausible.
Terence L. van Zyl, Elizabeth Marie Ehlers
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where COMPLEXITY
Authors Terence L. van Zyl, Elizabeth Marie Ehlers
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