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Optimal explicit stabilized postprocessed τ-leap method for the simulation of chemical kinetics

  title={Optimal explicit stabilized postprocessed $\tau$-leap method for the simulation of chemical kinetics},
  author={A. Abdulle and Lia Gander and Giacomo Rosilho de Souza},
The simulation of chemical kinetics involving multiple scales constitutes a modeling challenge (from ordinary differential equations to Markov chain) and a computational challenge (multiple scales, large dynamical systems, time step restrictions). In this paper we propose a new discrete stochastic simulation algorithm: the postprocessed second kind stabilized orthogonal τ -leap Runge–Kutta method (PSK-τ -ROCK). In the context of chemical kinetics this method can be seen as a stabilization of… Expand

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