GENESIS – The GENEric SImulation System for Modelling State Transitions

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Gillman, Matthew S.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
  • Journal: volume 5,issue 1eissn: 2049-9647
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5334/jors.179, pmc: PMC5627703
  • Subject: Simulation and Modelling, Open Software, Health Informatics, Computer Software | simulation, modelling, disease progression, state transitions, state machine, probabilities, Perl, C++, random number generation, Markov chain, Markov process | C++ | simulation | disease progression | random number generation | modelling | state transitions | Article | Markov chain | simulation; modelling; disease progression; state transitions; state machine; probabilities; Perl; C++; random number generation; Markov chain; Markov process | state machine | Perl | probabilities | Markov process

This software implements a discrete time Markov chain model, used to model transitions between states when the transition probabilities are known a priori. It is highly configurable; the user supplies two text files, a “state transition table” and a “config file”, to th... View more
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