Learning and Inference in Computational Systems Biology by Neil D. Lawrence,Mark Girolami,Magnus Rattray,Guido

By Neil D. Lawrence,Mark Girolami,Magnus Rattray,Guido Sanguinetti

Computational structures biology unifies the mechanistic strategy of structures biology with the data-driven method of computational biology. Computational platforms biology goals to boost algorithms that discover the constitution and parameterization of the underlying mechanistic model--in different phrases, to reply to particular questions on the underlying mechanisms of a organic system--in a technique that may be considered studying or inference. This quantity bargains state of the art views from computational biology, data, modeling, and computing device studying on new methodologies for studying and inference in organic networks.The chapters supply functional techniques to organic inference difficulties starting from genome-wide inference of genetic law to pathway-specific experiences. either deterministic types (based on usual differential equations) and stochastic types (which expect the expanding availability of knowledge from small populations of cells) are thought of. a number of chapters emphasize Bayesian inference, so the editors have incorporated an creation to the philosophy of the Bayesian strategy and an summary of present paintings on Bayesian inference. Taken jointly, the tools mentioned via the specialists in studying and Inference in Computational structures Biology offer a origin upon which the following decade of study in platforms biology should be equipped. Florence d'Alch e-Buc, John Angus, Matthew J. Beal, Nicholas Brunel, Ben Calderhead, Pei Gao, Mark Girolami, Andrew Golightly, Dirk Husmeier, Johannes Jaeger, Neil D. Lawrence, Juan Li, Kuang Lin, Pedro Mendes, Nicholas A. M. Monk, Eric Mjolsness, Manfred Opper, Claudia Rangel, Magnus Rattray, Andreas Ruttor, Guido Sanguinetti, Michalis Titsias, Vladislav Vyshemirsky, David L. Wild, Darren Wilkinson, man Yosiphon

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