Knowledge and Networks in a Dynamic Economy: Festschrift in by Prof. Dr. Martin J. Beckmann, Prof. Dr. Börje Johannsson,

By Prof. Dr. Martin J. Beckmann, Prof. Dr. Börje Johannsson, Prof. Dr. Folke Snickars (auth.), Prof. Dr. Martin J. Beckmann, Prof. Dr. Börje Johannsson, Prof. Dr. Folke Snickars, Dr. Roland Thord (eds.)

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The purpose of the repair operation is to stabilize the cellular activity against such perturbations. , when everything is working according to plan, the cell receives the environmental input ill * and processes it via the metabolic map 1* to produce the cellular output *. As a crude approximation to reality, the repair mechanism functions by siphoning off some of the cellular output, using this material to reconstruct a metabolic map f which is then used to process the next input. The repair map has the obvious boundary condition that if neither the design metabolic map f* nor the design environment ill * have been changed, then the repair map should process the output into the basal metabolism 1*.

This arrangement takes care of the metabolic activity of the network, but we must also make some sort of assumptions about the connectivity pattern involved with the individual genetic components of the network elements. The simplest is to assume that the repair component of each cell satisfies the following conditions: (i) it receives at least one environmental output as part of its input, and (ii) it must receive all of its inputs in order to function. A typical example of such a network is depicted in Figure 1, where the boxes labeled "M" represent the cell's metabolic component, while the ovals labeled "R" are the corresponding repair/replication components.

A possible way of doing this is to suppose that the components of an input sequence m= {u\, u 2 ' ••. , UN} , U i E R m , are concentrations of various chemical compounds in the cellular environment. Thus, in this situation we would have m different chemical compounds in the environment, with the components of the vector u i representing the amount of each of these compounds that is received by the cell at time-step i. Similarly, the elements of the output sequence = {y J ,Y 2"" } ,Y j E R P , would be the amount of various chemical metabolites produced by the cell.

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