Agent-based modelling of viral infection
Perrin, Dimitri (2006) Agent-based modelling of viral infection. ERCIM News, pp. 50-51.
The three phases of the macroscopic evolution of the HIV infection are well known, but it is still difficult to understand how the cellular-level interactions come together to create this characteristic pattern and, in particular, why there are such differences in individual responses. An 'agent-based' approach is chosen as a means of inferring high-level behaviour from a small set of interaction rules at the cellular level. Here the emphasis is on cell mobility and viral mutations.
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