The Mathematical Biocomplexity Laboratory studies information in biological systems and networks using topology. In the presence of mutations, biological systems create redundancy, preserving key information. For instance, RNA folding creates neutral networks formed by sequences of one fixed structure. We develop a topological framework for networks.

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2005

  • Hansson AAA, Mortveit HS, Reidys CM. On Asynchronous Cellular Automata. Advances in Complex Systems. 2005;8(4):521–538.

2003

  • Barrett CL, Mortveit HS, Reidys CM. ETS IV: Sequential Dynamical Systems: fixed points, invertibility and equivalence. Appl Math and Comput. 2003;134(1):153–171.

2001

  • Mortveit HS, Reidys CM. Discrete, Sequential Dynamical Systems. Discrete Mathematics. 2001;226(1-3):281–295.

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