說明 
xxix, 454 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm 

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系列 
Applied mathematical sciences, 00665452 ; volume 202


Applied mathematical sciences (SpringerVerlag New York Inc.) ; v. 202

附註 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 441449) and index 

Preface  Part I. Preliminaries  1. Anticipating the big picture: some clues  2. Chemical and notational preliminaries  3. Reaction networks, kinetics, and the induced differential  4. Open systems: why study nonconservative and otherwise peculiar reaction networks?  5. A toyreactionnetwork zoo: varieties of behavior and some questions  Part II. Some principle theorems: a first look  6. Aspects of reaction network structure  7. The deficiency zero theorem  8. Deficiency one theory  9. Concentration robustness and its importance in biology: some more deficiencyoriented theorems  10. Concordant reaction networks: architectures that promote dull, reliable behavior across broad kinetic classes  11. The speciesreaction graph  12. The big picture revisited  Part III. Going deeper  13. Quasithermodynamic kinetic systems  14. Detailed balancing  15. Complex balancing  16. Deficiency zero theory foundation and some key propositions  17. Deficiency one theory foundations  18. Concentration robustness foundations  19. Speciesreaction graph foundations 

This book provides an authoritative introduction to the rapidly growing field of chemical reaction network theory. In particular, the book presents deep and surprising theorems that relate the graphical and algebraic structure of a reaction network to qualitative properties of the intricate system of nonlinear differential equations that the network induces. Over the course of three main parts, Feinberg provides a gradual transition from a tutorial on the basics of reaction network theory, to a survey of some of its principal theorems, and, finally, to a discussion of the theory's more technical aspects. Written with great clarity, this book will be of value to mathematicians and to mathematicallyinclined biologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers who want to contribute to chemical reaction network theory or make use of its powerful resultsback cover 
主題 
Chemical reactions  Mathematical models


Cheminformatics

