A cobweb diagram for the bias-maps of an Post-function . The stable fixed point is at zero, and therefore Boolean networks constructed using this function are stable.
A cobweb diagram for the bias-map of a function with in-degree of the type . The cobweb diagram shows chaotic behavior for the bias-map.
The iterative values for bias in two Boolean networks. The dotted lines are the corresponding bias iterates calculated numerically using quenched Boolean networks. The numerical results follow closely the annealed approximation (solid lines) in both cases. (a) The Boolean network is constructed using the experimental data set of gene regulatory functions. (b) The Boolean network is constructed using function .
The proportion of Boolean functions in stabilizing, canalizing, and Post function classes over all functions when the number of function input variables varies.
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