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RC (since 2007-07-01)
Research cooperations

Keywords: cooperation, interdisciplinary


J4L (since 2010-08-01)
JAMES II for Game-based Learning

Keywords: Simulation, Games, Learning, game-based learning, human-in-the-loop, JAMES II, JaBInt

Image Processing (since 2007-07-01)
Image Processing
Scientific staff: Dipl.-Phys. Yvonne Schmitz

FaceVal (since 2007-07-01)
Face validation in FAMVal by integration of the visualization tools

Keywords: FAMVal, Mosan, JAMES II, Face-Validation, Visualization

HiViMo (since 2007-07-01)
Hierarchical visualization of models

Keywords: PointBased, JAMES II, Models, Hierarchies, Trees

PiML (since 2007-07-01)
The Pi Markup Language
Scientific staff: Dr.-Ing. Dagmar Waltemath

DBBioMod (since 2007-07-01)
Databases of Biological Models – Towards Enhanced Retrieval

ESQ (since 2007-07-01)
Error reduction and statistical analysis for quantitative data

eDB (since 2007-07-01)
eDB - Design and Implementation of a Database for Experimental Data

CVisRNpi (since 2007-07-01)
Constructing and Visualizing Reaction Networks from Pi-Calculus Models
Scientific staff: Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jörg Schulz

Keywords: PiXplorer, π-calculus, reaction networks, simulation trajectories

The role of nucleo-cytoplasmic antagonist shuttling (since 2007-07-01)
The role of nucleo-cytoplasmic antagonist shuttling
Scientific staff: Dipl.-Phys. Yvonne Schmitz

VioNeS (since 2007-07-01)
Visual Support for the Analysis of the Next Sub-volume Method
Scientific staff: Dr.-Ing. Matthias Jeschke

Keywords: NSM, Visual Analysis, JAMES II

GrViMo (since 2007-07-01)
Graph based visualization of models

Keywords: CGV, JAMES II, Models, Graphs

StochMoCC (since 2007-07-01)
A Stochastic Model to study the Influence of the Cell Cycle on the β -catenin Dynamics in Neural Cell Populations

Keywords: ß -catenin, cell cycle, neural cell, imperative π-calculus, JAMES II

Modelling of lipid rafts (since 2010-10-01)
A model for lipid raft formation and its effects on cell surface receptors involved in the Wnt-beta catenin pathway

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