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Population processes are stochastic models for systems involving a number of similar particles. Examples include models for chemical reactions and for epidemics. The model may involve a finite number of attributes, or even a continuum. This monograph considers approximations that are possible when the number of particles is large. The models considered will involve a finite number of different types of particles.
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Thomas G. Kurtz (born 14 July 1941 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA) is an emeritus professor of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Wisconsin-Madison known for his research contributions to many areas of probability theory and stochastic processes.
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