State Space Truncation with Quantified Errors for Accurate Solutions to Discrete Chemical Master Equation.

Abstract

The discrete chemical master equation (dCME) provides a general framework for studying stochasticity in mesoscopic reaction networks. Since its direct solution rapidly becomes intractable due to the increasing size of the state space, truncation of the state space is necessary for solving most dCMEs. It is therefore important to assess the consequences of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11538-016-0149-1

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