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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Computational models of biological systems aim at accurately simulating in vivo phenomena. They have become a very powerful tool enabling scientists to study complex behavior. A side effect of their success unfortunately exists and is observed as an increasing difficulty in managing data, metadata and a myriad of programs and tools used and produced during a research task. In this work we aim at supporting scientists during a research endeavour by using Scientific Models as a main guidingdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-87991-6_7 fatcat:6j4qi3juyfa55jiosyj6kzfjsq