An object oriented computational environment for the stochastic simulation of homogeneous chemically reacting systems is presented and its theoretical background discussed. Some simple examples of applications will be presented to validate the code and to clarify the main features of this approach. A WIN32 executable is available for academic purposes upon request to the authors.

An object oriented computational environment for the stochastic simulation of homogeneous chemically reacting systems is presented and its theoretical background discussed. Some simple examples of applications will be presented to validate the code and to clarify the main features of this approach. A WIN32 executable is available for academic purposes upon request to the authors.

Stochastic Simulations of Homogeneous Chemically Reacting Systems

MAVELLI, Fabio;
2006

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An object oriented computational environment for the stochastic simulation of homogeneous chemically reacting systems is presented and its theoretical background discussed. Some simple examples of applications will be presented to validate the code and to clarify the main features of this approach. A WIN32 executable is available for academic purposes upon request to the authors.
An object oriented computational environment for the stochastic simulation of homogeneous chemically reacting systems is presented and its theoretical background discussed. Some simple examples of applications will be presented to validate the code and to clarify the main features of this approach. A WIN32 executable is available for academic purposes upon request to the authors.
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