## Notes Page Contents

## Lecture Content &Handouts Bio-Modeling & Petri Nets 2016

Below follows a schedule of the classes in the seminar Bio-Modeling and Petri Nets 2016. The handouts provided are a summary of the first lectures. They are intended for this 2016 LIACS course only and should be used for that purpose. Please report remarks and/or errors. Thanks in advance.

From the table below lecture notes can be downloaded as pdf files by clicking the "X".

# |
Lecture date |
Content |
Reading |
PDF |

00 |
02-02-2016 |
Introduction to Course/Logistics | ||

01 |
02-02-2016 |
Introduction to BioModelling | ||

02 |
09-02-2016 |
Introduction to PetriNets | Handout | |

03 |
16-02-2014 |
Petri Nets ctd | ||

04 |
23-02-2014 |
Practical class, intro to Snoopy, assignments | Chapter 7 of Blaetke | [X] [assignment] |

05 |
01-03-2014 |
Guest Speakers | ||

06 |
08-03-2014 |
Petri Nets ctd + Guest Speaker | Coloured Petri Nets | [X] |

07 |
15-03-2014 |
Petri Nets ctd + Guest Speaker | ||

08 |
22-03-2014 |
Practical | ||

09 |
29-03-2014 |
No class | ||

10 |
05-04-2014 |
Presentation by Michael Liem + paper presentation (Jelco + Lieuwe) | Potato Tuber | [X] |

11 |
12-04-2014 |
project progress + paper presentation (Jeanne + Mats) | C.elegans | [X]+ Erratum |

12 |
19-04-2014 |
projects progress + paper presentation (Lau + Alan) | Model validation of biological pathways using Petri nets | [X] |

13 |
26-04-2014 |
projects progress + paper presentation (Stylianos + Marios) | Modelling and Analysis of the Feeding Regimen | [X] |

14 |
03-05-2014 |
projects progress + paper presentation (Petros + Orfeas) | A discrete Petri net model for cephalostatin | [X] |

15 |
10-05-2014 |
Final project presentations |

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## Course Notes BPN 2016

Grading is based on:

- Participation in seminar discussions (10%)
- Practical exercises (10%)
- Presentation and discussion of journal papers (20%)
- Contribution to a group project, modeling, presentation and report (60%)

The Final mark is the weighted average of the above as indicated, but under the additional condition that both:

- The result for the first 40% (three bullets)
- And the result for the last 60% (bullet) mentioned

should be sufficient (at least 5.5)

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