Computation, Physics and Beyond pp 330-342
Representing Reaction Systems by Trees
Reaction systems formally model the functioning of the living cell. By representing sets of reactions by trees, we obtain a useful tool to investigate the state spaces of reaction systems. In particular, we give an upper bound on the fraction of inactive states within a subspace of the state space. This subspace represents partial knowledge of the (unknown) state under consideration.
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