Re: [cellml-discussion] Time delays in CellML models

2008-02-12 Thread Andrew Miller
Rui Zhu wrote: Dear Catherine, Thank you so much for your reply! It is very helpful! Learning CellML modeling from an expert is a really delightful experience. I am having another thought. I searched online, and it says SBML level2 can deal with the time delay term, Hi Rui, I have

[cellml-discussion] CellML 1.1 to draft CellML 1.2 normative specification mapping

2008-02-12 Thread Andrew Miller
Hi all, I have now defined a mapping between CellML 1.1 and one draft of CellML 1.2. I have put this up at: http://www.cellml.org/Members/miller/mapping-1-1-to-draft-1.2/mapping It currently has all the mappings from 1.1 to a particular 1.2 draft, although it may be missing some of the reverse

[cellml-discussion] Time delays in CellML models

2008-02-12 Thread Catherine Lloyd
Dear All The issue of how a CellML model should handle time delays has been discussed previously by the Auckland CellML group, and at the time there was a tracker item filed on this subject: https://tracker.physiomeproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=70 The topic has been recently raised again (see the

Re: [cellml-discussion] Time delays in CellML models

2008-02-12 Thread Michael Hucka
AM I have been unable to find any way of using delayed AM variables in SBML (although I am aware that SBML Level AM 2 does define support for events which happen with a AM time delay, a rather different concept). SBML Level 2 provides for delay functions via the mechanism of the MathML