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  • Sathish Periyasamy [Send a message]
    Member since: March 14, 2011
    My principal research interests lie in the area of biological complexity, computational systems biology and cancer biology. As for my PhD, I have investigated modelling approaches to represent biological complexity from molecules to cells. I am currently developing a Collective Intelligence Based Cell Modelling and Simulation Environment using an agent based formalism in a wider framework of Collective Intelligence to model and simulate the collective behaviour of functional products.
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    Periyasamy, S., P. Kille and A. Gray. 2008. Biological Complexity in the Agent World. in Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference Applied Computing, Portugal, 10-13 April 2008. pp. 171-178.

    Periyasamy, S., A. Gray and P. Kille. 2008. The Epigenetic Algorithm. in Proceedings of the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence), Hong Kong, 1-6 June 2008. pp. 3228-3236.

    Periyasamy, S., A. Gray and P. Kille. 2009. Multiscale Adaptive Dynamics from Molecules to Cells. in Proceedings of the Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering, Denver, Colorado, USA, 9-12 August 2009: Omnipress. pp. 105 -108.

    Periyasamy, S., A. Gray and P. Kille, S. 2008. A Collective Intelligence Approach to Modelling Intelligent Cellular Organisation. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Systems Biology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 23-27 August 2008. pp. 152 - 153.



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