5 edition of Theories of immune networks found in the catalog.
|Statement||H. Atlan, I.R. Cohen (eds.).|
|Series||Springer series in synergetics ;, v. 46|
|Contributions||Atlan, Henri., Cohen, Irun R.|
|LC Classifications||QR182.2.C65 T48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||89021980|
The Cytokines of the Immune System catalogs cytokines and links them to physiology and pathology, providing a welcome and hugely timely tool for scientists in all related fields. In cataloguing cytokines, it lists their potential for therapeutic use, links them to disease treatments needing further research and development, and shows their utility for learning about the immune system. Immune network theory. Perelson AS(1). Author information: (1)Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM Theoretical ideas have played a profound role in the development of idiotypic network theory. Mathematical models can help in the precise translation of speculative ideas into quantitative by:
A broad review of the various methods and instruments that have been used in multitudes of projects to create artificial intelligence. Although the authors have not presented a clear definition for artificial intelligence, they claim that various parts of the book represent the different viewpoints and applications of what is called “Bio-inspired Artificial Intelligence.”/5. We can see that most of the work is usually based on the adaptive immune response characteristics, especially the idiotypic immune networks or immune network theory, the innate immune response has been neglected and there is not much work where innate metaphors are used as inspiration source to develop multi-agent robotic systems.
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For a long time, immunology has been dominated by the idea of a simple linear cause-effect relationship between the exposure to an antigen and the production of specific antibodies against that antigen.
Clonal selection was the name of the theory based on this idea and it has provided the main. For a long time, immunology has been dominated by the idea of a simple linear cause-effect relationship between the exposure to an antigen and the production of specific antibodies against that antige.
The contributions in this book discuss the various formal approaches available today to analyze the behavior of immune networks. The first part of the book presents empirical data on some molecular and cellular interactions, mainly idiotypic-antiidiotypic, which constitute the substrate for the connections between different cell populations.
The immune network theory is a theory of how the adaptive immune system works, that has been developed since mainly by Niels Jerne and Geoffrey W. Hoffmann. The theory states that the immune system is an interacting network of lymphocytes and molecules that have variable (V) regions.
These V regions bind not only to things that are foreign to the vertebrate, but also to other V regions. Book Description.
Network governance has received much attention within the fields of public administration Theories of immune networks book policy in recent years, but surprisingly few books are designed specifically to help students, researchers, and practitioners examine key concepts, synthesize the growing body of literature into reliable frameworks, and to bridge the theory-practice gap by exploring network applications.
From the very beginning the immune system has surprised immunologists with its unpredicted complexity. No one would underestimate the nervous system; its formidable hard-wired anatomy inspires awe, the experience of consciousness elicits wonder.
The immune system, invented by nature to fight germs, seemed to hold no by: 1. Buy Theories of Immune Networks by Henri Atlan, Irun R. Cohen from Waterstones today.
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It describes the most important state-of-the-art fundamentals and system details in the field, as well as many key aspects concerning the development and understanding of current and emergent services. Immune Network Theory Alan S. Perelson Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NMand Santa Fe Institute, Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NMby: 2 Introduction The symmetrical network theory is a framework for understanding the adaptive immune system The symmetrical network theory involves three types of interactions, namely stimulatory, inhibitory and killing : Geoffrey W.
Hoffmann. How the Immune System Works has helped thousands of students understand what's in their hefty immunology textbooks. In this book, Dr. Sompayrac cuts through the jargon and details to reveal, in simple language, the essence of this complex subject: how the immune system fits together, how it protects us from disease and, perhaps most importantly, why it works the way it : Wiley.
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Sompayrac. Artificial Immune Networks: Models and Applications different from the ‘divide-and-conquer’ and ‘sepa- rate-and-conquer’ approaches in the decision trees and lists. Artiﬁcial immune systems (AIS) constitute a relatively new area of bio-inspired computing.
Biological models of the natural immune system, in particular the theories of clonal selection, immune networks and negative selection, have provided the inspiration for AIS algorithms. A network theory of the immune system. Richter PH. The fact that every antibody also has antigenic properties leads to the existence of a functional network of interacting antibodies and lymphocytes in the immune system.
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2 Chapter 1. Immunology: many facts, few theories selection theory, its immediate predecessor. Towards the end of the book we will learn about a theory of AIDS pathogenesis that is based on immune network theory, and we can expect that network theory will be important in developing a better understanding also of other autoimmune diseases, of.
What was missing was a short book that tells, in simple language, how the immune system fits together – a book that presents the big picture of the immune system, without the jargon and the details.
How the Immune System Works is written in the form of “lectures,” because I want to talk to you directly, just as if we were together in a.How the Immune System Works is now accompanied by a FREE enhanced Wiley Desktop Model – the interactive, digital mannequin of the book – that features downloadable textual content material and footage, highlighting and observe taking facilities, book-marking, cross-referencing, in-textual content material wanting, and linking to references.AISs are based on four main immunological theories, namely, clonal selection, immune networks, negative selection, and danger theory.
This chapter introduces four immune algorithms inspired by the.