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Volume 14   Issue 1   Year 2019
Stochastic Modeling of Compartmental Systems with Pipes

Konstantin K. Loginov, Nikolay V. Pertsev, Valentin A. Topchii

Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS, Omsk Branch, Omsk, Russia

Abstract. An approach to the construction of a stochastic model of population dynamics distributed over a compartmental system with pipes is proposed. Population dynamics is described in terms of a multidimensional random process of birth and death, supplemented by taking into account point distributions reflecting different types of particles. In this model, the belonging of a particle to a certain type is determined by the time of its transition between compartments. The duration of particle transitions through the pipes are not random, but are set as parameters of the environment in which the population develops. Graph theory is used for formalization and compact representation of the model. On the basis of the Monte Carlo method the algorithm of numerical simulation of population dynamics is constructed. The results of computational experiments for a system consisting of five compartments are presented.
Key wordscompartmental system with pipes, population dynamics, birth and death random process, random graph, Monte Carlo method, stochastic model of HIV-1 infection.
Table of Contents Original Article
Math. Biol. Bioinf.
doi: 10.17537/2019.14.188
published in Russian

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