Re: Math for Memes

From: Grant Callaghan (
Date: Sat Feb 16 2002 - 20:30:53 GMT

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    I can't remember who it was who was looking for mathematical models that
    might be useful for the analysis of memes, but here is a paragraph from the
    home page of The Institute for System Biology -- --

    The Institute's mathematicians and computer scientists are creating powerful
    computational software to understand complex systems. This requires the
    analysis of large data sets, the integration of many different types of
    biological information, the graphical display of the integrated data and,
    finally, the mathematical modeling of biological complexity. These
    computational tools constitute one of the grand challenges in biology for
    the 21st century.


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