By H. T. Banks (auth.), Dr. Bruce J. Kirby (eds.)
This paintings (in parts), Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathe matical platforms, quantity one zero five and 106, constitutes the court cases of the Fourteenth Biennual Seminar of the Canadian Mathematical Congress, which was once held from August 12 to August 25, 1973 on the college of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. The Canadian Mathematical Congr~ss has held Biennual Seminars for the reason that 1947, and those have coated a variety of issues. The Seminar mentioned during this booklet was once concerned about "Optimal keep an eye on concept and its Applications", a subject matter selected for its lively ~rowth and its vast implications for different fields. either those features are exemplified in those lawsuits. a few lectures supplied first-class surveys of specific fields while others targeting the presentation of latest effects. there have been six individual central teachers: H.T. Banks, A.R. Dobell, H. Halkin, J.L. Lions, R.M. Thrall and W.M. Wonham, all of whom gave 5 to 10 lectures through the weeks of the Seminar. apart from Dr. Dobell's, those will all be present in quantity one hundred and five. in addition to the critical academics there have been 3 visitor teachers: M.C. Delfour, V. Jurdjevic and S.P. Sethi, who offered big our bodies of fabric in or 3 lectures and that are incorporated in Volnme 106. a few of the members additionally spoke and studies of every one of these have additionally been incorporated (Volume 106).
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For example, a certain amplification takes place, with a small change in c-AMP levels yielding a substantial change in the relaxation-contractile characteristics. Furthermore, certain methyl xanthines, such as caffeine and 37 theophylline, apparently block phosphodiesterase activity, resulting in relaxation. epinephrine cell membrane receptor ad nyl cy las C P c-AMP contraction Contraction-relaxation in intestinal smooth muscle. 3 Previous investigations [22,37,5l,52,54,7l,84,92,96J have lead to the recognition of certain features that appear desirable in any mathematical model of an enzyme cascade.
Miech of the Division of Bio-Medica1 Sciences, Brown University. 1 Physio1ogica1 motivation and a review of previous mode1ing attempts. Integral to certain metabolie processes are finite sequences of enzymatic reactions in which the "product" of the nth-stage enzymatic reaction acts as cata1yst or "enzyme" for the "substrate" in the n+1st-stage reaction. The importance of such enzyme cascades acting as "biochemica1 amp1ifiers" by which a change in the level of a hormone circu1ating at extreme1y low concentrations (constituting a sma11 signal) resu1ts in a substantia1 physio1ogica1 response (large response) in the body has been accepted for some time.
Whi1e a number of peop1e have studied the cascades discussed above, re1ative1y few attempts at mathematica1 models for these cascades have been made. 1 ) ----~>yI at the ith stage, where Yi' Yia' YI represent concentrations of proenzyme, activated enzyme, and inactive enzyme respective1y. 2) Y3 Y4 K1 ~ Y1a ~ Y2a I • yI K2 I ~ yZ K3 • Y3a / .. 3) His 39 In the first equation a stimulus term, u(z) = 1 for (i 0), one replaces the kl[U(t) - U(t-h)]y l z ~ 0 , U(z) = 0 for , U z < 0 klYOaYl term by being defined by Levine studies this model under the assumption that the concentration of proenzyme remains constant at Yi y~, so that the model equations become The exact solutions of these equations can be found by standard formulae.
Optimal Control Theory and its Applications: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Biennial Seminar of the Canadian Mathematical Congress University of Western Ontario, August 12–25, 1973. Part I by H. T. Banks (auth.), Dr. Bruce J. Kirby (eds.)