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Vmd ) is a state change vector and vmk , k ∈ {1, . . , d} denotes the change of molecules of species Sk due to a reaction of type Rm . 2 Relation to Continuous-Time Markov Chains The propensities are time-independent since the probability that a reaction occurs within a specific time interval only depends on the length of this interval and not on the interval endpoints. Thus, given a current system state, the next state in the system’s time evolution only depends on this current system state and neither on the specific time nor on the history of reactions that led to the current 1 Note that it is easy to convert this stochastic reaction rate constant to/from the rate constant provided by the law of mass actions.

It is only necessary that all reaction paths that are possible (have positive probability) under the original measure remain possible. That means each probability measure on the path space that meets the aforementioned condition can be considered, even non-Markovian models are allowed as long as they assign positive probabilities to all possible reaction paths. Nevertheless, we should avoid a large increase in trajectory generation efforts compared to the original measure. Thus, obviously the most natural (and valid) change of measure is to remain in the Markovian world and the easiest way is to simply change the original propensity functions to ”Importance Sampling propensity functions” α∗m such that for all m ∈ {1, .

Unfortunately, the second dataset is also carrying a bias, since it was obtained from cancer cells. Nonetheless, both our method and Dynamic Bayesian approach were able to correctly recover approximately one third of the true edges. The results are presented in Table 4 and Figure 5. Table 4. 9 · 10−1 Original SLN BDE Sens. 60 Spec. 39 MDL Fig. 5. Comparison of the networks reconstructed from the experimental microarray data using different methods to the topology postulated by the most recent Boolean model.

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