File formats


The boolnet (.bnet) format is a simple text format to represent Boolean networks. Each line contains a target variable and its update function. &, | and ! are respectively used for conjunction, disjunction and negation. The target is separated from the update rule by a comma.

The following is an example of a boolnet file:

A, B & (C | D)
B, !A
C, A | D & !B

An optional header of targets, factors is allowed. In addition, comments start with a hash (#).

There should only be one line per target variable.


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