Power Law Analysis and Simulation. PLAS is a tool for modeling integrative systems in which the dynamics of change can be described or approximated by systems of ordinary differential equations (ODEs). In is particularly suitable to analyze power-law differential equations. Over the past three decades, systems with this structure have been applied successfully in numerous modeling studies. PLAS was written with the purpose of assisting researchers in the mathematical formulation and numerical evaluation of such systems.
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- Lee, Yun; Voit, Eberhard O.: Mathematical modeling of monolignol biosynthesis in populus xylem (2010)
- Chen, Zen-Yi: The S-system computation of non-central gamma distribution (2005)
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