Dynamical Systems and Control Theory Inspired by Molecular Biology
Final rept. 15 Aug 2011-14 Aug 2014
RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIV NEW BRUNSWICK NJ
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This project aims to develop new concepts, theory, and algorithms for control and signal processing using ideas inspired by molecular systems biology. Cell biology provides a wide repertoire of systems that are strongly fault-tolerant, nonlinear, feedback-rich, and truly hybrid, while making effective use of highly heterogeneous sensing and actuation channels. Advances in genomicproteomics and molecular systems biology research are continually adding detailed knowledge of such systems architecture and operation, thus offering, in principle, a powerful source of inspiration for innovative solutions to problems of control and communication, sensor and actuator design, and systems integration.
- Genetic Engineering and Molecular Biology
- Operations Research