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Transactions on Computational Systems Biology I

  • Corrado Priami

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3380)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics book sub series (volume 3380)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Manuel Gómez, Ramón Alonso-Allende, Florencio Pazos, Osvaldo Graña, David Juan, Alfonso Valencia
    Pages 1-13
  3. Barak Shenhav, Ariel Solomon, Doron Lancet, Ran Kafri
    Pages 14-27
  4. Ernest Feytmans, Denis Noble, Manuel C. Peitsch
    Pages 44-49
  5. Corrado Priami, Paola Quaglia
    Pages 50-65
  6. Adelinde M. Uhrmacher, Daniela Degenring, Bernard Zeigler
    Pages 66-89
  7. Jürgen Zobeley, Dirk Lebiedz, Julia Kammerer, Anton Ishmurzin, Ursula Kummer
    Pages 90-110
  8. Back Matter

About this book


Thisisthe?rstissueofanewjournaloftheLNCSjournalsubline.Theaimofthe journal is to encourage inter- and multidisciplinary research in the ?elds of c- puter science and life sciences. The recent paradigmatic shift in biology towards a system view of biological phenomena requires a corresponding paradigmatic shift in the techniques from computer science that can face the new challenges. Classical tools usually used in bioinformatics are no longer up to date and new ideas are needed. The convergence of sciences and technologies we are experiencing these days is changing the classical terms of reference for research activities. In fact clear distinctions between disciplines no longer exist because advances in one ?eld permit advances in others and vice versa, thus establishing a positive feedback loop between sciences. The potential impact of the convergence of sciences and technologies is so huge that we must consider how to control and correctly drive our future activities. International and national funding agencies are looking at interdisciplinary research as a key issue for the coming years, especially in the intersection of life sciences and information technology. To speed up this process, we surely need to establish relationships between researchers of di?erent communities and to de?ne a common language that will allow them to exchange ideas and - sults. Furthermore, expectations of di?erent communities can be merged only by running activities like common projects and experiences. TheTransactionsonComputationalSystemsBiologycouldbeagoodforumto helplifescientistsandcomputerscientiststodiscusstogethertheircommongoals.


bioinformatics biological systems analysis cellular systems complexity computational biology computational life science computational systems biology computer computer science evolutionary biology genome analysis systems biology systems modeling

Editors and affiliations

  • Corrado Priami
    • 1
  1. 1.Centre for Computational and Systems BiologyThe Microsoft Research - University of TrentoPovoItaly

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