Table 2

Basins of attraction of the A. thaliana development network
Attractor NHC model (%) Discrete model (%) Continuous model (%)
INF1 0.005 1.66 4.74
INF2 0.016 1.66 4.77
INF3 0.010 0.88 4.01
INF4 0.032 0.88 4.06
SEP 0.144 9.91 11.01
PET1 0.477 10.05 12.74
PET2 0.024 0.14 1.89
STM1 74.556 37.4 28.46
STM2 7.920 1.15 6.54
CAR 16.816 36.25 21.79

An NHC model based on the Boolean functions of the corrigendum to [7] was simulated from 106 random initial vectors. The parameters of the Hill function were n = 2 and k = 0.5 and the decay parameter was τ = 1 for all nodes. The values for the corresponding discrete and continuous model from the original article are cited from there [7].

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Karl and Dandekar BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14:306   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-14-306

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