] 3 0 Ju l 2 00 4 How to simulate the quasi-stationary state

@inproceedings{Oliveira200830,
  title={] 3 0 Ju l 2 00 4 How to simulate the quasi-stationary state},
  author={Marcelo Martins de Oliveira and Ronald Dickman},
  year={2008}
}
For a large class of processes with an absorbing state, statistical properties of the surviving sample attain time-independent values in the quasi-stationary (QS) regime. We propose a practical simulation method for studying quasi-stationary properties, based on the equation of motion governing the QS distribution. The method is tested in applications to the contact process. At the critical point, our method is about an order of magnitude more efficient than conventional simulation. PACS: 05.10… CONTINUE READING

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