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From: Recent development and biomedical applications of probabilistic Boolean networks

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State transition diagrams of the four constituent Boolean networks of the PBN in Figure2. For each constituent BN the attractor states and the transitions between them are indicated with solid circles and arrows, respectively. The remaining transitions and transient states are indicated with dashed arrows and circles, respectively. (a) The constituent BN of the PBN in Figure2 corresponding to transition function f1. There is only one attractor, i.e., {011,111}, which is a cyclic attractor. (b) The constituent BN of the PBN in Figure2 corresponding to transition function f2. There are two cyclic attractors: {011,111}, {001,101} and one singleton attractor: {110}. (c) The constituent BN of the PBN in Figure2 corresponding to transition function f3. {001,110,111} is the cyclic attractor. (d) The constituent BN of the PBN in Figure2 corresponding to transition function f4. There are two attractors: a cyclic one, i.e., {001,111} and a singleton one, i.e., {110}.

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