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DiSH-trend: Intervention Modeling Simulator That Accounts for Trend Influences

  title={DiSH-trend: Intervention Modeling Simulator That Accounts for Trend Influences},
  author={S Aleksandar Andjelkovic and Natasa Miskov-Zivanov},
Simulation on directed graphs is an important method for understanding the dynamics in the systems where connectivity graphs contain cycles. Discrete Stochastic Heterogeneous Simulator (DiSH) is one of the simulation tools with wide application, which uses regulator values to calculate state updates of regulated elements. Here we present a new simulation approach DiSH-trend which also takes into account the trends in regulating elements. We demonstrate the features of trend-based regulation, as… 

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