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Gillespie (stochastic simulation) algorithm

It is not complete answer since paclet we try to use has some typos in it (maybe it needs just version update). At first step we compute data using GillespieSSA ...
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How many solutions does this system have?

This is a exact and "error/warning-messages-free" method. Firstly, there are roots that can be expressed exactly as ...
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How many solutions does this system have?

We can try FindRoot as follows ...
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How many solutions does this system have?

Try ContourPlot and MeshFunctions in order to estimate numerically the number of solutions: ...
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How to speed up generating and filtering large lists of numbers?

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How does FindRoot work?

One technique is to use Groebner bases--the analogy of Gaussian elimination in linear systems--to make an equation in x (solve that), use that in the second equation (in x and y)... solve that for y, ...
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NMaximize doesn't satisfy constraints

It appears that the feasible set is empty. Indeed, ...
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I can't get NSolve to work

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I can't get NSolve to work

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How to ask Mathematica to compute the given sum of the differences of the numbers of the given two sets?

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How to ask Mathematica to compute the given sum of the differences of the numbers of the given two sets?

set1 = {b1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, b7, b8, b9, b10, b11}; set2 = {a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6, a7, a8, a9, a10, a11}; Using Association...
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