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Fast approximate simulation of finite long-range spin systems

@article{McVinish2019FastAS,
  title={Fast approximate simulation of finite long-range spin systems},
  author={R. McVinish and Liam Hodgkinson},
  journal={arXiv: Probability},
  year={2019}
}
Tau leaping is a popular method for performing fast approximate simulation of certain continuous time Markov chain models typically found in chemistry and biochemistry. This method is known to perform well when the transition rates satisfy some form of scaling behaviour. In a similar spirit to tau leaping, we propose a new method for approximate simulation of spin systems which approximates the evolution of spin at each site between sampling epochs as an independent two-state Markov chain. When… Expand

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