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Eine ACSL-Anwendung zur Simulation strukturierter biologischer Modelle

  • A. Kremling
  • E. D. Gilles
Part of the Fortschritte in der Simulationstechnik book series (XFS)

Kurzfassung

Das vorgestellte ACSL-Programmsystem erlaubt die Modellierung und dynamische Simulation des Wachstums- und Produktbildungsverhaltens von Mikroorganismen. Es basiert auf einem neuen, modular aufgebauten Modellierungskonzept. In diesem Programmsystem stehen vordefinierte Macro-Unterprogramme zur Verfügung, die reaktionskinetische Ansätze zur Beschreibung von enzymatischen Reaktionen und von Prozessen der Genexpression enthalten. Kinetische Parameter sind, soweit sie aus der Literatur bekannt sind, in Datenfiles abgelegt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Kremling
    • 1
  • E. D. Gilles
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Systemdynamik und RegelungstechnikUniversität StuttgartStuttgartDeutschland

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