Informative CellML 2.0 Specification¶
This document is the normative version of the CellML Specification, defining the CellML syntax and the rules by which it should be used. It is intended primarily for the developers of software tools which directly consume CellML syntax. Users of CellML models may expand the “See more” blocks throughout this document to access the informative version and see examples. Software-specific information is also available under their respective names or icons throughout the text.
Michael Clerx, Michael T. Cooling, Jonathan Cooper, Alan Garny, Keri Moyle, David P. Nickerson, Poul Nielsen, and Hugh Sorby.
Koray Atalag, David Brooks, Edmund J. Crampin, Jesús Carro Fernández, Peter J. Hunter, Gary R. Mirams, and Maxwell L. Neal.
The authors also wish to acknowledge the significant contribution of the (discontinued) CellML 1.2 draft specification, much of the text of which was incorporated into this specification, although the semantics have changed considerably. The CellML 1.2 draft specification was itself the result of a collaborative effort by a number of researchers during 2008-2011:
Andrew K. Miller (who wrote the text reused here), Randall Britten, Jonathan Cooper, Alan Garny, Peter J. Hunter, Justin Marsh, Poul Nielsen, David P. Nickerson, and Hugh Sorby.