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Table 1 Definition of the corresponds-to relation

From: The Process-Interaction-Model: a common representation of rule-based and logical models allows studying signal transduction on different levels of detail

Process(es) P-node(s) L-node(s) Corresponds-to relation
Modification p i …modification process L i L i corresponds to p i
Binding with prior modification p i …binding process, L i ( 1 ) …modification and binding site of molecule one, L i ( 1 ) corresponds to p j ,
  p j …modification process L i ( 2 ) …binding site of molecule two L i ( 2 ) corresponds to p i
Binding without prior modification p i …binding process L i ( 1 ) …binding site of molecule one, L i ( 1 ) corresponds to p i ,
   L i ( 2 ) …binding site of molecule two L i ( 2 ) corresponds to L i ( 1 )
  1. The corresponds-to relation establishes a one-to-one relation between a subset of the L-nodes and the P-nodes and between two subsets of the L-nodes (for an example see Figure6).