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The BioDynaMo Project: Experience Report

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Roman Bauer, Professor Marcus Kaiser

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Abstract

Computer simulations have become a very powerful tool for scientific research. Given the vast complexity that comes with many open scientific questions, a purely analytical or experimental approach is often not viable. For example, biological systems comprise an extremely complex organization and heterogeneous interactions across different spatial and temporal scales. In order to facilitate research on such problems, the BioDynaMo project aims at a general platform for computer simulations for biological research. Since scientific investigations require extensive computer resources, this platform should be executable on hybrid cloud computing systems, allowing for the efficient use of state-of-the-art computing technology.


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Author(s): Bauer R, Breitwieser L, DiMeglio A, Johard L, Kaiser M, Manca M, Rademakers F, Talanov M, Tchitchigin A

Editor(s): Jordi Vallverdú (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain), Manuel Mazzara (Innopolis University, Russia), Max Talanov (Kazan Federal University, Russia), Salvatore Distefano (University of Messina, Italy & Kazan Federal University, Russia) and Robert Lowe (University of Gothenburg, Sweden & University of Skövde, Sweden)

Publication type: Book Chapter

Publication status: Published

Book Title: Advanced Research on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures

Year: 2017

Pages: 117-125

Print publication date: 01/01/2017

Acceptance date: 11/11/2016

Publisher: IGI Global

URL: http://www.igi-global.com/book/advanced-research-biologically-inspired-cognitive/169285?utm_source=IGI+Global+Products+and+Publishing+Opportunities&utm_campaign=3b20a1d4bd-Emerging_Trends_Free_Access_Weekly_Updat10_11_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_bcbd627034-3b20a1d4bd-49315357

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ISBN: 9781522519478


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