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What are some examples of undirected weighted networks in ecology?

I'm a math major with a current interest towards network theory. A network can be considered as a collection of nodes, and edges between these nodes signifying some relation between them. The most ...
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Shortest path and influenza spread

I have been researching on the applications of the shortest path problem to biology. I thought about modelling the spread of influenza virus and wondering if there was previous research on the topic. ...
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Applications of shortest path problem

The shortest path problem is the problem of finding the shortest path between multiple nodes. What are the applications of the shortest path problem in biology? A simple google search gives me this ...
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What are some commonalities between biology systems and semiconductor physics?

It seems that fundamentally both neural system and semiconductors are operating using similar principles on the same scale. Things such as drift and diffusion current plays major role in both systems. ...
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What pattern can be learned from the data of RNA seq counts and HiC matrix? [closed]

I now have some data on the RNA seq counts and related Hi-C matrix of gene segment on a chromosome. My concern is, basically, what can we do with these data so as to establish the connection between ...
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What software/approach to use to build a graph based on microarray gene expression correlation?

What software to use to build a graph based on microarray gene expression mutual correlation? I have tried Cytoscape`s Reactome FI and a recipe from R bioinformatics cookbook, however, need a more ...
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Biosphere that simulates sun and moon shifts

Is there an enclosed biosphere that artificially simulates the movement of the sun and moon at increased intervals? It is known that the sun and moon alter plant movements therefore I was wondering ...
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What are some examples of evolving networks in biology?

I'm a master student working on networks analysis in general. A network is something that has nodes and there are links between the nodes. Nodes and links could have attributes. An evolving network is ...
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Neuronal Architecture of the Brain

To what extent do brains (e.g. of humans) contain recurrent connections? I am studying artificial neuronal networks and frequently encountered the statement, that recurrent neural networks are ...