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Stochastic lattice-based models of diffusion in biological systems

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Diffusion is a universal phenomenon, throughout both biological and physical sciences, and a range of deterministic and stochastic models are available to interrogate diffusion-driven processes. Stochastic models are more computationally intensive to simulate, but may be necessary in situations where deterministic models lead to qualitatively different results.

Stochastic lattice-based position-jump (LBPJ) models are a popular framework for representing diffusion. Particles reside w...

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Oxford Maths
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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