Solving the Chemical Master Equation with the Aggregation-Disaggregation Method
Originally, aggregation and disaggregation were considered as acceleration techniques similar to multigrid methods for the solution of linear systems of equations. Recently we have demonstrated that these methods can also be used for the numerical solution of the chemical master equation. Here three scenarios are discussed where aggregation and disaggregation accelerate convergence, reduce complexity and lead to approximate solutions.
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