By Thomas G. Kurtz
Inhabitants techniques are stochastic versions for platforms regarding a few comparable debris. Examples comprise versions for chemical reactions and for epidemics. The version may perhaps contain a finite variety of attributes, or perhaps a continuum.
This monograph considers approximations which are attainable whilst the variety of debris is huge. The types thought of will contain a finite variety of sorts of debris.
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