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Figure 2

From: Reconstructing Generalized Logical Networks of Transcriptional Regulation in Mouse Brain from Temporal Gene Expression Data

Figure 2

Two examples of many nonlinear interaction patterns which can be modeled in a generalized logical network, but which are impossible to represent in a Boolean network. Asterisks represent observed values in the interaction pattern. Blank cells represent absent values corresponding to the hypothetical interaction pattern. The limitation of the Boolean network is due to its incapability of representing the intermediate values, that is, 1 of the vertical variable and 1, 2, and 3 of the horizontal variable in (b).

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