bibliography for mathematical biophysics and relational theories

This is a bibliography for areas of applied mathematics concerned with mathematical/relational and physical modeling and mathematical applications to life sciences,complex systemsMathworldPlanetmath/complex systems biology and medicine.

0.1 A Bibliography for Mathematical Biophysics, Mathematical Biology and Theoretical Biology


  • 1 Erwin Schrödinger.1945. What is Life?. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge (UK).
  • 2 Nicolas Rashevsky.1954, Topology and life: In search of general mathematical principles in biology and sociology, Bull. Math. Biophys. 16: 317-348.
  • 3 Nicolas Rashevsky. 1965. Models and Mathematical Principles in Biology. In: Waterman/Morowitz, Theoretical and Mathematical Biology, pp. 36-53.
  • 4 Rosalind E. Franklin and R.G. Gosling. 1953. Evidence for 2-chain helix in crystalline structureMathworldPlanetmath of sodium deoxyribonucleate (DNA). Nature 177: 928-930.
  • 5 Wilkins, M.H.F. et al. 1953. Helical structure of crystalline deoxypentose nucleic acid (DNA). Nature 172: 759-762.
  • 6 Francis H.C. Crick. 1953. Fourier transform of a coiled coil. Acta Cryst. 6: 685-687
  • 7 H. R. Wilson. 1966. Diffraction of X-rays by Proteins, Nucleic Acids and Viruses. London: Arnold.
  • 8 I. C. Baianu, J. F. Glazebrook, R. Brown and G. Georgescu.: Complex Nonlinear Biodynamics in CategoriesMathworldPlanetmath, Higher dimensional AlgebraPlanetmathPlanetmath and Łukasiewicz-Moisil Topos: TransformationPlanetmathPlanetmath of Neural, Genetic and Neoplastic Networks, Axiomathes, 16: 65-122 2006). mas010/pdffiles/Axio7complx_Printedk7_v17p223_fulltext.pdfPDF file of document
  • 9 I.C. Baianu. 1978. X-ray Scattering by Partially Disordered Membrane Lattices. Acta Crystall. A34: 731-753. (paper contributed from The Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge in 1979).
  • 10 I.C. Baianu. 1980. Structural Order and Partial Disorder in Biological Systems. Bull. Math. Biol. (paper contributed from The Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge in 1979).
  • 11 R. Hosemann and S. N. Bagchi. 1962. Direct Analysis of Diffraction by Matter. Amsterdam: North Holland.
  • 12 D. Voet and J.G. Voet. 1995. Biochemistry. 2nd Edition, New York, Chichester, Brisbone, Toronto, Singapore: J. Wiley and Sons, INC., 1361 pp.. (an excellently illustrated textbook)
  • 13 Robert Rosen. 1997 and 2002. Essays on Life Itself.
  • 14 Rosen, R.: 1958a, A Relational Theory of Biological Systems Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics 20: 245-260.
  • 15 Rosen, R.: 1958b, The Representation of Biological Systems from the Standpoint of the Theory of Categories., Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics 20: 317-341.
  • 16 Rosen, R. 1960. A quantum-theoretic approach to genetic problems. Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics 22: 227-255.
  • 17 Rosen, R.: 1987, On Complex Systems, European Journal of Operational Research 30, 129-134.
  • 18 Rosen,R. 1970, Dynamical Systems Theory in Biology. New York: Wiley Interscience.
  • 19 Rosen,R. 1970, Optimality Principles in Biology, New York and London: Academic Press.
  • 20 Rosen,R. 1978, Fundamentals of Measurement and Representation of Natural Systems, Elsevier Science Ltd,
  • 21 Rosen,R. 1985, Anticipatory Systems: Philosophical, Mathematical and Methodological Foundations. Pergamon Press.
  • 22 Rosen,R. 1991, Life Itself: A Comprehensive Inquiry into the Nature, Origin, and Fabrication of Life, Columbia University Press
  • 23 Ehresmann, C.: 1984, Oeuvres complètes et commentées: Amiens, 1980-84, edited and commented by Andrée Ehresmann.
  • 24 Ehresmann, A. C. and J.-P. Vanbremersch: 2006, The Memory Evolutive Systems as a Model of Rosen’s Organisms, in Complex Systems Biology, I.C. Baianu, Editor, Axiomathes 16 (1–2), pp. 13-50.
  • 25 Eilenberg, S. and Mac Lane, S.: 1942, Natural Isomorphisms in Group Theory., American Mathematical Society 43: 757-831.
  • 26 Eilenberg, S. and Mac Lane, S.: 1945, The General Theory of Natural Equivalences, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 58: 231-294.
  • 27 Elsasser, M.W.: 1981, A Form of Logic Suited for Biology., In: Robert, Rosen, ed., Progress in Theoretical Biology, Volume 6, Academic Press, New York and London, pp 23-62.
  • 28 Bartholomay, A. F.: 1960. Molecular Set Theory. A mathematical representation for chemical reaction mechanisms. Bull. Math. Biophys., 22: 285-307.
  • 29 Bartholomay, A. F.: 1965. Molecular Set Theory: II. An aspect of biomathematical theory of sets., Bull. Math. Biophys. 27: 235-251.
  • 30 Bartholomay, A.: 1971. Molecular Set Theory: III. The Wide-Sense Kinetics of Molecular SetsPlanetmathPlanetmath ., Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, 33: 355-372.
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