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Publisher: Saarland University 2010
Number of pages: 67
This text focuses on the analysis of stochastic models in systems biology. Knowledge of basic mathematical concepts is a prerequisites for understanding these lecture notes. The necessary background in systems biology and probability theory is part of these notes.
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