|Wednesday||2:30 PM - 4:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall D|
|Thursday||2:30 PM - 4:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall D|
The course intends to present the fundamental discrete structures, by stressing their role in the analysis of biological phenomena.
Discrete structures: numbers, sets, sequences, multisets, strings, operations, trees, and graphs. Biological contexts where these discrete structures occur: molecules, and chemical reactions, polymers and genomic strings, biological membranes, metabolisms and neural networks. Languages, automata, and grammars: patterns and regular expressions, computation automata. Biological aggregates: bilinear strings and DNA operations, genomes and evolution trees, multiset transformations, membrane systems and protocells, reaction graphs and metabolic dynamics, methods and problems of synthetic biology. Numbers and induction: number systems, number representations, inductive definitions of important numerical sequences, and structural induction on strings, trees and graphs. Elements of combinatorics: allocations and partitions, binomial coefficients.
Written and oral examination.
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