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- John Baez, Network theory (Part 1), Azimuth Blog, March 4, 2011. Introduction of the idea of green mathematics.
- John Baez, Green mathematics, Azimuth Forum, August 2015. Describes a category-theoretic setting for green math.
- John C. Baez and Brendan Fong, A Compositional Framework for Passive Linear Networks, arXiv:1504.05625v6 [math.CT], Nov 2018.
- John C. Baez and Jacob Biamonte, Quantum techniques for stochastic mechanics, arXiv:1209.3632 [quant-ph]. Text includes treatment from the ground up of Petri nets, both stochastic and deterministic. Example includes SI, SIR and SIRS models.

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