An Artificial Chemistry System for Simulating Cell Chemistry: The First Step
Artificial chemistry is a man-made system that is similar to a real chemical system. It represents a good starting point to simulate cell processes from the bio-chemistry level. In this article, an artificial chemistry system which strikes a balance among closeness to reality, fast simulation speed and high flexibility is proposed. Preliminary results have shown that the model can simulate a general reversible reaction well.
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