The sensor data for this example was provided by ORCATECH at Oregon Health and Science University with funding provided by NIH R01 AG024059, P30 AG024978, and P30 AG008017.
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B
System theory, Computational complexity, Boolean algebra, Commutative algebra
For a Boolean network we consider asynchronous updates and define the exclusive asynchronous basin of attraction for any steady state or cyclic attractor. An algorithm based on commutative algebra is presented to compute the exclusive basin. Finally its use for targeting desirable attractors by selective intervention on network nodes is illustrated with two examples, one cell signalling network and one sensor network measuring human mobility.
Dinwoodie, Ian H., "Computational Methods for Asynchronous Basins" (2016). Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications and Presentations. 164.