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A. H. Louie: Publications

[38]   Louie, A. H. (2017) [monograph]
       Intangible Life: Functorial Connections in Relational Biology
       xxiii + 264 pp. (Anticipation Science, Vol. 2) Springer, New York. ISBN 978-3-319-65408-9
       http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-65409-6

[37]   Louie, A. H. (2017)
       Mathematical Foundations of Anticipatory Systems
       Roberto Poli (ed.), Handbook of Anticipation. Springer, New York. 
       link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-31737-3_21-1

[36]   Louie, A. H. (2017)
       Relational Biology
       Roberto Poli (ed.), Handbook of Anticipation. Springer, New York. 
       link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-31737-3_17-1

[35]   Louie, A. H. and Poli, R. (2017)
       Complex Systems
       Roberto Poli (ed.), Handbook of Anticipation. Springer, New York. 
       link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-31737-3_3-1

[34]   Albertazzi, L. and Louie, A. H. (2016)
       A Mathematical Science of Qualities: A Sequel
       Biological Theory, 11(4), 192–206 
       link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13752-016-0248-0
       [Louie Qualities 2016 pdf]

[33]   Louie, A. H. (2015)
       The Imminence Mapping Anticipates
       Anticipation Across Disciplines.   
       Mihai Nadin (ed.), (Cognitive Systems Monographs, Vol. 29). Springer, New York. ISBN 978-3-319-22598-2, pp. 163-185. 
       link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-22599-9_11
       [Louie Imm Map Anticip 2015 pdf]

[32]   Louie, A. H. (2015)
       A metabolism–repair theory of by-products and side-effects
       International Journal of General Systems, 44(1), 26-54
       tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03081079.2014.937433

[31]   Louie, A. H. (2013) [monograph]
       The Reflection of Life: Functional Entailment and Imminence in Relational Biology
       xxxii + 243 pp. (IFSR International Series on Systems Science and Engineering,
       Vol. 29) Springer, New York. ISBN 978-1-4614-6927-8
       link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4614-6928-5/page/1

[30]   Louie, A. H. (2013)
       Explications of functional entailment in relational pathophysiology
       Axiomathes 23(1), 81-107
       link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10516-012-9189-9    
       [Louie Pathophysiology 2012 pdf]

[29]   Louie, A. H. (2012)
       Anticipation in (M,R)-systems
       International Journal of General Systems, 41(1), 5-22
       tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03081079.2011.622088
       [Louie AMR 2012 pdf]

[28]   Louie, A. H. (2011)
       Essays on More Than Life Itself
       Axiomathes 21(3), 473-489
       springerlink.com/content/71200q3v2867642h
       [Louie Essays on ML 2011 pdf]

[27]   Louie, A. H. and Poli, Roberto (2011)
       The spread of hierarchical cycles
       International Journal of General Systems, 40(3), 237-261
       tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03081079.2010.550579
       [LouieP Hierarchical Cycles 2011 pdf]

[26]   Louie, A. H. (2010)
       Artificial claims about synthetic life: the view from relational biology
       Journal of Cosmology 8, June 2010
       journalofcosmology.com/ArtificialLife100.html#19
       [Post html]
       [Louie Venter 2010 pdf]

[25]   Louie, A. H. (2010)
       Relational biology of symbiosis
       Axiomathes 20(4), 495-509
       springerlink.com/content/h481521x7264626l
       [Louie Symbiosis 2010 pdf]

[24]   Louie, A. H. (2010)
       Robert Rosen's anticipatory systems
       Foresight 12(3), 18-29
       emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=1463-6689&volume=12&issue=3&articleid=1864160
       [Louie Rosen's AS 2010 pdf]

[23]   Louie, A. H. (2009) [monograph]
       More Than Life Itself: A Synthetic Continuation in Relational Biology
       xxiv + 388 pp. (Categories Series, Vol. 1) ontos verlag, Frankfurt. 
       ISBN 978-3-86838-44-6
       degruyter.com/view/product/208476

[22]   Louie, A. H. (2008)
       Functional entailment and immanent causation in relational biology
       Axiomathes 18(3), 289-302
       springerlink.com/content/k7gh4648h6w5m636
       [Louie Entailment 2008 pdf]

[21]   Louie, A. H. and Kercel, Stephen W. (2007)
       Topology and life redux: Robert Rosen's relational diagrams of living systems
       Axiomathes 17(2), 109-136
       springerlink.com/content/x17xx1734w82674w
       [LouieK Topology 2007 pdf]

[20]   Richardson, I. W. and Louie, A. H. (2007)
       A phenomenological calculus of Wiener description space
       Chemistry and Biodiversity 4(10), 2315-2331
       onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cbdv.200790189/abstract
       [RLouie Wiener 2007 pdf]

[19]   Louie, A. H. (2007)
       A Rosen etymology
       Chemistry and Biodiversity 4(10), 2296-2314
       onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cbdv.200790188/abstract
       [Louie Etymology 2007 pdf]

[18]   Louie, A. H. (2007)
       A living system must have noncomputable models
       Artificial Life 13, 293-297
       mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/artl.2007.13.3.293?journalCode=artl
       [Louie ALife_Noncom 2007 pdf]

[17]   Louie, A. H. and Richardson, I. W. (2006)
       A phenomenological calculus for anisotropic systems
       Axiomathes 16(1-2), 215-243
       springerlink.com/content/x2p11tg1984wq858
       [LouieR Anisotropy 2006 pdf]

[16]   Louie, A. H. (2006)
       (M,R)-systems and their realizations
       Axiomathes 16(1-2), 35-64
       springerlink.com/content/e1503x8876611743
       [Louie MR 2006 pdf]

[15]   Louie, A. H. (2005)
       Any material realization of the (M,R)-systems must have noncomputable models
       Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 4, 423-436
       worldscinet.com/jin/04/0404/S0219635205000926.html
       [Louie JIN_Noncomp 2005 pdf]

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[14]   Richardson, I. W. and Louie, A. H. (1992)
       Membranes and meters
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 154, 9-26
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022519305801845
       [RLouie Meters 1992 pdf]

[13]   Richardson, I. W. and Louie, A. H. (1988)
       The metric structure of irreversible thermodynamics
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 132, 125-126
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022519388801978
       [LouieR Metric 1988 pdf]

[12]   Louie, A. H. and Richardson, I. W. (1986)
       Dissipation, Lorentz metric, and information: 
         a phenomenological calculus of bilinear forms
       Mathematical Modelling 7, 227-240
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0270025586900497
       [LouieR Bilinear 1986 pdf]

[11]   Richardson, I. W. and Louie, A. H. (1986)
       Irreversible thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and intrinsic time scales
       Mathematical Modelling 7, 211-226
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0270025586900485
       [RLouie Irreversible 1986 pdf]

[10]   Louie, A. H. (1985) [tierce in the "Red House Book"]
       Categorical System Theory
       Theoretical Biology and Complexity: 
         Three Essays on the Natural Philosophy of Complex Systems
       (Robert Rosen, ed.), Academic Press, Orlando FL, pp.69-163 (out of print)
       amazon.com/Theoretical-Biology-Complexity-Natural-Philosophy/dp/0125972806
       [Louie CST 1985 pdf]

 [9]   Louie, A. H. and Somorjai, R. L. (1984)
       Stieltjes integration and differential geometry: 
         a model for enzyme recognition, discrimination, and catalysis
       Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 46, 745-764
       springerlink.com/content/20p754jk71815331
       [LouieS Stieltjes 1984 pdf]

 [8]   Louie, A. H. (1983)
       Categorical system theory and the phenomenological calculus
       Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 45, 1029-1045
       springerlink.com/content/m301h563w12v2wv7
       [Louie CSTPC 1983 pdf]

 [7]   Louie, A. H. (1983)
       Categorical system theory
       Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 45, 1047-1072
       springerlink.com/content/635736782532364m
       [Louie CST 1983 pdf]

 [6]   Richardson, I. W. and Louie, A. H. (1983)
       Projections as representations of phenomena
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 102, 199-223
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022519383903600
       [RLouie Projections 1983 pdf]

 [5]   Louie, A. H. and Somorjai, R. L. (1983)
       Differential geometry of proteins: helical approximations
       Journal of Molecular Biology 168, 143-162
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022283683803271
       [LouieS DGP Helical 1983 pdf]

 [4]   Louie, A. H. and Richardson, I. W. (1983)
       Duality and invariance in the representation of phenomena
       Mathematical Modelling 4, 555-565
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0270025583900155
       [LouieR Duality 1983 pdf]

 [3]   Louie, A. H. and Somorjai, R. L. (1982)
       Differential geometry of proteins: 
         a structural and dynamical representation of patterns
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 98, 189-209
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022519382902582
       [LouieS DGP Patterns 1982 pdf]

 [2]   Louie, A. H., Richardson, I. W., and Swaminathan, S. (1982)
       A phenomenological calculus for recognition processes
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 94, 77-93
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022519382903307
       [LouieRS Recognition 1982 pdf]

 [1]   Richardson, I. W., Louie, A. H., and Swaminathan, S. (1982)
       A phenomenological calculus for complex systems
       Journal of Theoretical Biology 94, 61-76
       sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022519382903290
       [RLouieS Complex 1982 pdf]

A. H. Louie: Mathematical Biologist

Dr. Aloisius H. Louie is a mathematical biologist. His 1981 PhD thesis topic was on the abstract formulation of categorical system theory in biology. Robert Rosen, then Killam Professor of Biomathematics at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), was his mentor. His other degrees are BSc (1978, Honours Mathematics and Biology) and MA (1979, Pure Mathematics) from the University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario, Canada).

Dr. Louie’s research subjects have encompassed abstract formulations, mathematical modelling, and computer simulations of various natural and physical phenomena, including dynamic behaviour of protein molecules, enzyme-substrate recognition, processes of irreversible thermodynamics, human-pollutant interactions, cell biology of senescence, electromagnetics, anticipation, and pathophysiology.

His premier interest, however, remains the epistemological aspects of mathematical biology. His approach to the subject is called ‘relational biology’. He has thus far written two books on the subject: More Than Life Itself: A Synthetic Continuation in Relation Biology [ontos verlag 2009] and The Reflection of Life: Functional Entailment and Imminence in Relational Biology [Springer 2013].

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