Pete Donnell

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In this paper we examine matrices which arise naturally as Jacobians in chemical dynamics. We are particularly interested in when these Jacobians are P matrices (up to a sign change), ensuring certain bounds on their eigenvalues, precluding certain behaviour such as multiple equilibria, and sometimes implying stability. We first explore reaction systems and(More)
Vertebral fractures due to osteoporosis commonly occur under non-traumatic loading conditions. This problem affects more than 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men over a lifetime. Measurement of bone mineral density (BMD) has traditionally been used as a method for diagnosis of vertebral osteoporosis. However, this method does not fully account for the influence of(More)
UNLABELLED We introduce CoNtRol, a web-based framework for analysis of chemical reaction networks (CRNs). It is designed to be both extensible and simple to use, complementing existing CRN-related tools. CoNtRol currently implements a number of necessary and/or sufficient structural tests for multiple equilibria, stable periodic orbits, convergence to(More)
We introduce a mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) framework capable of determining whether a chemical reaction network possesses the property of being endotactic or strongly endotactic. The network property of being strongly endotactic is known to lead to persistence and permanence of chemical species under genetic kinetic assumptions, while the same(More)
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