# Team:Paris/Analysis/Math+Sim

(Difference between revisions)
 Revision as of 09:10, 26 October 2008 (view source)YannLC (Talk | contribs) (→FIFO)← Older edit Revision as of 09:26, 26 October 2008 (view source)YannLC (Talk | contribs) (→FIFO)Newer edit → Line 7: Line 7: * In order to go further into the details of mathematical analysis of the FIFO, let us remind you the set of equations used and the corresponding network (note that you can have an explanation on the way they have been built on the [[Team:Paris/Network_analysis_and_design/Core_system/Model_construction|Model Construction]] page): * In order to go further into the details of mathematical analysis of the FIFO, let us remind you the set of equations used and the corresponding network (note that you can have an explanation on the way they have been built on the [[Team:Paris/Network_analysis_and_design/Core_system/Model_construction|Model Construction]] page):

- [[Image:Subsystem1.jpg|left]] + [[Image:Subsystem1.jpg|400px|left]] [[Image:FliA_dynamics.jpg|right]] [[Image:FliA_dynamics.jpg|right]] [[Image:CFP.jpg|right]] [[Image:CFP.jpg|right]] Line 20: Line 20:

- Then, we set ideal conditions, by imposing flhDC as a step function, equal to one then to zero. +
- * We wanted to see if our predictions were accurate or not. We then solved the equations, forcing the behavior of FhlDC. In a first step, we imposed a constant production term of 1. Then, at a certain time, we set this production term to zero : +
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+ + * Then, in order to obtain simulations of the expected FIFO behaviour, we set ideal conditions, by imposing flhDC as a step function, equal to one then to zero. +
[[Image:FlhDC_Test_FIFO_cresc.jpg|center]] [[Image:FlhDC_Test_FIFO_cresc.jpg|center]] [[Image:FlhDC_Test_FIFO_decresc.jpg|center]] [[Image:FlhDC_Test_FIFO_decresc.jpg|center]] - In fact we assumed that this behavior for FlhDC was acceptable regarding its estimated behavior in the whole system. + - * We saw [[Team:Paris/Modeling/BOB#Which_gene_goes_were?|previously]] that without FliA, the FIFO would presumably not work. We then simulated a first system, where [FliA] stays to zero value.
+ * We saw during the overall description of the [[Team:Paris/Network_analysis_and_design/Core_system|core system]] that without FliA, the FIFO would presumably not work. We then simulated a first system, where [FliA] stays to zero value to confirm that qualitative conclusion : +
[[Image:essai_without_fliA.jpg|600px|center]]
[[Image:essai_without_fliA.jpg|600px|center]]
- We may see that there is a LIFO behavior rather than the FIFO we expect... + Indeed, we may see that there is a LIFO behavior rather than the FIFO we expect... + * Then, we simulated the entire system, to check if we had * Then, we simulated the entire system, to check if we had ** the lasting burst due to FliA (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the increasing phase. ** the lasting burst due to FliA (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the increasing phase. - ** the effect of fliA which maintained the concentrations to their maximum (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the decreasing phase.
+ ** the effect of fliA which maintained the concentrations to their maximum (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the decreasing phase. We have obtained the following curves, which are in perfect agreement with the theoretical definition of a 'FIFO' process : +
[[Image:essai_with_fliA.jpg|600px|center]]
[[Image:essai_with_fliA.jpg|600px|center]]
- * We observe on these plots that the behavior is quite the one we expected, and that the FIFO is realized. FliA enables the curves to cross, and adds a delay on the genes that are most affected, with gives a better observability of the FIFO behavior. + * FliA enables the curves to cross, and adds a delay on the genes that are most affected, with gives a better observability of the FIFO behavior. + + = Oscillations = + * We wanted to see if, from a mathematical point of view, it was possible for the "short" system presented above to hover. + [[Image:Oscillations1.jpg|400px|center]] = Oscillations = = Oscillations =

## Revision as of 09:26, 26 October 2008

Mathematical analysis and simulations

# FIFO

• In order to go further into the details of mathematical analysis of the FIFO, let us remind you the set of equations used and the corresponding network (note that you can have an explanation on the way they have been built on the Model Construction page):

where CFP, YFP, and RFP will be denoted below as respectively Z1,Z2 and Z3. We have implemented this system using Matlab (see the corresponding codes)

• Then, in order to obtain simulations of the expected FIFO behaviour, we set ideal conditions, by imposing flhDC as a step function, equal to one then to zero.

• We saw during the overall description of the core system that without FliA, the FIFO would presumably not work. We then simulated a first system, where [FliA] stays to zero value to confirm that qualitative conclusion :

Indeed, we may see that there is a LIFO behavior rather than the FIFO we expect...

• Then, we simulated the entire system, to check if we had
• the lasting burst due to FliA (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the increasing phase.
• the effect of fliA which maintained the concentrations to their maximum (more important for Z3 than for Z2, and more important for Z2 than Z1) in the decreasing phase. We have obtained the following curves, which are in perfect agreement with the theoretical definition of a 'FIFO' process :

• FliA enables the curves to cross, and adds a delay on the genes that are most affected, with gives a better observability of the FIFO behavior.

# Oscillations

• We wanted to see if, from a mathematical point of view, it was possible for the "short" system presented above to hover.