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|Title:||Modelling Infection Dynamics on Multi-cores: Exploring Parallel Efficient Simulations for the Stochastic Modelling of Bio Systems|
|Citation:||Bracciali A (2010) Modelling Infection Dynamics on Multi-cores: Exploring Parallel Efficient Simulations for the Stochastic Modelling of Bio Systems. In: Monfardini Silvia (ed.). HPC-Europa 2 Science and Supercomputing in Europe - research highlights 2010. HPC-Europa 2 Science and Supercomputing in Europe - research highlights, Bologna: CINECA Consorzio Interuniversitario, p. 113.|
|Series/Report no.:||HPC-Europa 2 Science and Supercomputing in Europe - research highlights|
|Abstract:||Computational approaches to immunology represent an important area of Systems Biology aimed at supporting in-sillico experiments, which will eventually facilitate the engineering of synthetic immune responses. In this broader context, we have explored the possibility of exploiting a novel parallel programming technique for speeding up stochastic simulations of some aspects of the interplay between the immune response for the HIV infection.|
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