Journal article

Model selection in systems and synthetic biology.

Paul Kirk, Thomas Thorne, Michael PH Stumpf

Current Opinion in Biotechnology | Published : 2013

Abstract

Developing mechanistic models has become an integral aspect of systems biology, as has the need to differentiate between alternative models. Parameterizing mathematical models has been widely perceived as a formidable challenge, which has spurred the development of statistical and optimisation routines for parameter inference. But now focus is increasingly shifting to problems that require us to choose from among a set of different models to determine which one offers the best description of a given biological system. We will here provide an overview of recent developments in the area of model selection. We will focus on approaches that are both practical as well as build on solid statistica..

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Awarded by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council