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Incorporating spatial correlations into multispecies mean-field models

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In biology, we frequently observe different species existing within the same environment. For example, there are many cell types in a tumour, or different animal species may occupy a given habitat. In modeling interactions between such species, we often make use of the mean-field approximation, whereby spatial correlations between the locations of individuals are neglected. Whilst this approximation holds in certain situations, this is not always the case, and care must be taken to ensure the...

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D C Markham More by this author
M J Simpson More by this author
P. K. Maini More by this author
E. A. Gaffney More by this author
R. E. Baker More by this author
Publication date:
2013
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oai:eprints.maths.ox.ac.uk:1759

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