Systems, Networks, and Circuits
Just as we are often interested in events that are composed of many elementary (simple) events, in biology the objects under scrutiny are vastly complex objects composed of many individual molecules (the molecule is probably the most appropriate level of coarse graining for the systems we are dealing with). Since these components are connected together, they constitute a system. The essence of a system is that it cannot be usefully decomposed into its constituent parts.
KeywordsCellular Automaton Strange Attractor Boolean Network Laplace Matrix Ultrametric Space
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