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SN g that chemically interact through M ! 1 reaction channels fR1 ; . . ; RM g. The dynamic state of this system is denoted as xðtÞ ðx1 ðtÞ; . . ; xN ðtÞÞT , where xi ðtÞ is the molecular number of species Si in the system at time t. For each reaction Rj (j ¼ 1; . . Inaddition,astatechangevectornj is deﬁned to characterize reaction Rj . The element nij of nj represents the change in the copy number of species Si due to reaction Rj . The N Â M matrix n with elements nij is called the stoichiometric matrix.
Stochastic models: dI ¼ a þ b ! u4 ÀkI dt þ jðtÞ K 4 þ u4 were developed pﬃﬃﬃﬃﬃ by introducing additive noise (jðtÞ ¼ mdWðtÞ), Langevin noise (jðtÞ ¼ þ m kI dWðtÞ), or multiplicative noise (jðtÞ ¼ mkIdWðtÞ) into the deterministic models . Here, WðtÞ is the Wiener process. Numerical simulations demonstrated that the simulated variance from models with different types of stochastic degradation process can be represented by a monomial in terms of the hybridization intensity measurement with different orders.
A number of techniques have been proposed in the R-leap method to determine the total reaction number L and to sample the ﬁring number Kj of each reaction channel . A similar approach, which is called the K-leap method, was also proposed to achieve the computing efﬁciency over the exact SSA . 3 Langevin Approach When the molecular numbers xi (i ¼ 1; . . ; N) in a chemical reaction system are quite large, the value of aj ðxÞt in the Poisson t-leap method may be large for an appropriately selected step size t.
Applied Statistics for Network Biology: Methods in Systems Biology (Quantitative and Network Biology (VCH)) by Matthias Dehmer, Frank Emmert-Streib, Armin Graber, Armindo Salvador