Non-linearity Modeling of Ultra-dilutions: The Histamine Disturbances Case
The knowledge about the world and the laws that govern natural phenomena has been one of mankind’s most persistent interests; theoretic and empiric models are the usual tools to achieve this goal.
In natural sciences, a model is a description of how something works. Descriptive tools are diverse, depending on the characteristics of the system and the model selected (for example: biological, physical, or mathematical models). Modeling is a recursive process, in most cases also iterative, that confronts experimental data (meaning the real world) against theory (Montero and Moran, 1992). The theoretical analysis of an experimental system is done through a gradual abstraction, in order to grasp the features that characterize the system’s behavior. In this stage, the hypotheses, assumptions, approximations, and theories on the subject are taken into account in order to structure the model.
KeywordsSpectral Density Relative Growth Rate Stochastic Resonance Internal Noise Sleep Cycle
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