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Modelling Biochemical Pathways with Stochastic Process Algebra

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Systems biology has recently emerged as an exciting new topic in biological research. In contrast with traditional reductionist views of biological entities, systems biology aims to develop a functional understanding of how biological entities work together and form the processes that govern life. Modelling plays a fundamental role in this endeavour and in this talk I will explain some of the benefits of using formalisms inspired by earlier work in theoretical computer science for this modelling. In particular I will focus on stochastic process algebra, which was originally developed for performance modelling of computer and communication systems. I will outline some of the successes, but also some of the challenges of using stochastic process algebras in this new application area.

While the talk will be illustrated with a number of examples, no significant biological knowledge will be assumed.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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