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Title: CellML metadata standards, associated tools and repositories
Authors: Beard, D.A.
Britten, R.
Cooling, M.T.
Garny, A.
Halstead, M.D.B.
Hunter, P.J.
Lawson, J.
Lloyd, C.M.
Marsh, J.
Miller, A.
Nickerson, D.P. 
Nielsen, P.M.F.
Nomura, T.
Subramanium, S.
Wimalaratne, S.M.
Yu, T.
Keywords: CellML
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Issue Date: 28-May-2009
Citation: Beard, D.A., Britten, R., Cooling, M.T., Garny, A., Halstead, M.D.B., Hunter, P.J., Lawson, J., Lloyd, C.M., Marsh, J., Miller, A., Nickerson, D.P., Nielsen, P.M.F., Nomura, T., Subramanium, S., Wimalaratne, S.M., Yu, T. (2009-05-28). CellML metadata standards, associated tools and repositories. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 367 (1895) : 1845-1867. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The development of standards for encoding mathematical models is an important component of model building and model sharing among scientists interested in understanding multi-scale physiological processes. CellML provides such a standard, particularly for models based on biophysical mechanisms, and a substantial number of models are now available in the CellML Model Repository. However, there is an urgent need to extend the current CellML metadata standard to provide biological and biophysical annotation of the models in order to facilitate model sharing, automated model reduction and connection to biological databases. This paper gives a broad overview of a number of new developments on CellML metadata and provides links to further methodological details available from the CellML website. © 2009 the royal society.
Source Title: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
ISSN: 1364503X
DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2008.0310
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