Agent-Based Modeling for the Theoretical Biologist

Biological Theory 1 (4):404-409 (2006)
Herein is provided a brief overview of agent-based modeling , with a particular slant toward its potential as a tool for the theoretical biologist. Of course, its use for experimentalists is obvious; they are, as a group, already using agent-based models to examine contemporary biological questions ranging from molecular processes to evolving ecological landscapes . For the modeler-theoretician, ABMs offer a new tool for thinking about the structure of biological processes, thus creating a conduit for integrative perspective taking between the experimentalist and the theoretician
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DOI 10.1162/biot.2006.1.4.404
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