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Estimation of Neuronal Signaling Model Parameters using Deterministic and Stochastic in Silico Training Data: Evaluation of Four Parameter Estimation Methods

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5 Author(s)
Pettinen, A. ; Tampere Univ. of Technol., Tampere ; Manninen, T. ; Yli-Harja, O. ; Ruohonen, K.
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This study evaluates parameter estimation methodology in the context of neuronal signaling networks. Based on the results of a previous study, four parameter estimation methods, Evolutionary Programming, Genetic Algorithm, Multistart, and Levenberg-Marquardt, are selected. All the reaction rate constants of the test case, the protein kinase C (PKC) pathway model, are estimated using the selected four methods. The estimations are done with both error and disturbance free training data from deterministic 1/1 silica simulations and with more realistic training data from stochastic in silica simulations. The results show that in overall the evolution based algorithms perform well. However, there is a clear need for further development, especially when utilizing more realistic training data.

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Genomic Signal Processing and Statistics, 2007. GENSIPS 2007. IEEE International Workshop on

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10-12 June 2007

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